Jimmy Lee Burden

Jimmy Lee Burden

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Cannelton, Indiana   Jimmy Lee Burden, 43, passed away on September 22, 2015, in Clearwater, Florida.   He was born December 15, 1971, in Tell City, son of Gary H. Burden and the late Deborah Sue (O’Neal) Burden. Besides his mother, Jimmy was preceded in death by his grandparents, Ike and Lilly Burden and Bud and Betty O’Neal.   A U.S. Navy veteran, he worked in construction and enjoyed fishing, hunting and visiting with family and friends.   Jimmy is survived by his father; Gary Burden, Cannelton; son, Drake Burden and daughter, Krista Burden, both of Wisconsin.   A memorial service will be held at 2:00 PM on Saturday, October 3, 2015, at Huber Funeral Home, Cannelton Chapel.  Visitation will be from 1:00 PM until service time.   

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  1. I cant bring myself to say goodbye so will just say til I see you again. I know he had a big heart and was a good friend. Im sorry for the loss to his kids.

  2. I will miss you, you will forever live on in our hearts and memories. Family is forever in this life and the next, I will see you again.

  3. Gone but never forgotton!!! R.I.P. cuz love you forever fly high!!! Sending prayers to the family during this terrible time…

  4. i will keep all the family in my prayers as the days turn to weeks for there are no words that will heal the pain , jimmy was a great friend to every one he touched , lord as the family say there goodbyes please lay your hands on the family to help them with some of the pain good bless every one of you

  5. I met jimmy at a low point in my life. I remember telling him what was going on in my life at the time one day when i went to visit jada. He was so sweet and supportive. He made me feel it wasnt me, it wasnt my fault for what was going on in my life at that time and he made me believe him. He was there at the right time in my life and i’ll never forget that time. Thank you jimmy for all the great things you said to me and for convincing me that not all people are bad at that time in my life. Rest in peace and i’ll see you again.

  6. Praying for God to send His comfort and peace to surround the family at this time, as only He can do.

  7. I want to take this time and send my thoughts and prayers out to Gary ( Jimmy’s dad) & his family!! I also want to send my thoughts and prayers out to Jimmy’s mother’s side of the family/my side too & I want to send lots of love, thoughts, prayers, hugs to Jimmy Lee’s kiddos & grandbabies!! I will never say goodbye but always see ya later, cause one day again I will see you cuz!! I will never forget our last pontoon ride together!!

  8. Was saddened to hear of Jimmy’s death. Our thoughts and prayers are with Jimmy’s family during this most sorrowful of times.

  9. I am so sorry for your loss my prayers and thoughts go out to Gary and Aunt Thelma and all of Jimmy’s family. He was such an amazing person he will me missed by so many. I pray god wraps his arms around his family in their time of need.

  10. My dearest friend Jimmy Lee. U always said good things come to a end.. I never thought this would happen. I am so totally lost .. My love to you Boo and my respects to his father Gary.. U raised a good son a very good man.. My love and respect to all of you… I cherished every moment with Jimmy and i love him with all i am…

  11. You were a wonderful man and a great friend Jimmy. You lifted peoples spirits by just being yourself. I sure wish you could’ve seen how important you were. Sorry your spirit couldn’t be lifted here by any of us. I guess God had bigger plans for you. Love you much just wish I wouldn’t have taken you to the airport or even kept you on the phone longer the last night you called. Tell all my peeps up there I love them. See you when its my turn babe!!!!

  12. THOUGHTS & PRAYERS WITH FRIENDS & FAMILY.. YOU WILL ALWAYS BE IN OUR HEARTS AND WILL BE MISSED DEARLY…. NOT A DAY THAT GOES BY THAT WE DON’T THINK OF YOU!!!! FOREVER AN ANGEL……………..

  13. Heartfelt prayers to family and friends. He will truly be missed. I worked with Jimmy at Titan and he was always so nice. He had a big heart and was a good person. Till we meet again…

  14. To Jimmys family: I am so sorry for your loss. Didnt realize he had passed or wouldve come today for the service. My daughter Ginger went to school at Cannelton with him i believe. Love & Prayers, Becky (Marshall) DuPont -Davis TC.

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Cannelton, Indiana Jimmy Lee Burden, 70, passed away at 3:40 PM Thursday November 4, 2004 at his home. Jimmy was born October 24, 1934 in Cannelton the son of the late Isiah ""Ike"" Burden and Lilly May (Spencer) Burden who survives. Jimmy had been a service technician with Sears and had formerly worked at William Tell Woodcrafters in Tell City, Indiana. An avid fisherman, he was also a member of the Port Charlotte, Florida Shuffleboard Club and was a silver medallist at the Florida Senior Olympics in 2002. Survived by: His mother: Lilly (Spencer) Burden, Cannelton, Indiana A daughter: Cheryl Clarke-Abernethy and her husband Scott, Nashville, Tennessee A son: Jimmy Dale Burden and his wife Julie, Camden, Tennessee A brother: Gary Hugh Burden, Fort Walton Beach, Florida A nephew: Jimmy Lee Burden and his wife Corrine, Fort Walton Beach, Florida Three grandchildren: Michael Clarke, Nicholas & Lexie Burden A great grandson: Keeton Clarke Funeral services will be 10:00 AM EST Saturday November 6, 2004 at Huber Funeral Home located at 129 North Sixth Street, Cannelton, Indiana with burial in Lamb Cemetery at Tobinsport, Indiana. Visitation will be from 6:00 to 8:00 PM Friday and from 9:00 AM to service time Saturday at Huber Funeral Home-Cannelton Chapel. Memorial contributions may be made to Riley Children's Hospital Messages of condolence may be sent online at www.huberfuneralhome.net

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  1. Daddy,

    I miss you every day. You were my everything and you still guide my way. I love you and think of you every day of my life. Until I see you again xoxo

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