Condolences for Michael G. Burke

Cheryl Warner posted on 4/17/22

While growing up in Warwood, Mike was a "fixture" who could make you smile and laugh no matter what your mood. Truly infectious personality! May all find comfort in their memories of Mike and that as we remember him, God does too. John 5:28,29


Jeff Shallcross posted on 2/21/22

I am so sorry to hear the passing of mike, he was a great guy


Joy Jeffries posted on 2/21/22

I worked with Mike for 12 years and it was an honor to do so. So many happy memories with working with him everyday. I will always remember his big smile and his contagious laugh! I will also never forget how happy and excited he was when we took him to wwe wrestling shows! I'm so very sad that I could not be there today to say goodbye to him, but I will keep his memories with me always!


Judy, Sheri and Fawn posted on 2/20/22

We have so many great memories with Mike. He would join our family for Christmas Eve celebrations and Fourth of July parties. They were large gatherings of family and friends, and Mike was the center of attention. He was loved by all and shared his excitement with everyone. Our lives are richer because of the joy that Mike gave us. He will be remembered with love ❤️.


Connie and Frank (Buddy) Kimble posted on 2/20/22

Mikey had a great life at the TAW group home. He loved everyone. He will be missed. Hugs and kisses BUDDY.


Matthew Watson posted on 2/19/22

Mike will forever be Redbird! I played at 3rd street in the 80s and 90s and grew up in Warwood. Mike was at every game cheering us on. I will never forgot how excited he was to put on a helmet and run the bases. Such a loving person!


Kim Gouge posted on 2/19/22

What a gentle soul Mike was. It was a privilege to know him and his big smile made so many of my days brighter.



Christina posted on 2/19/22

What an absolute privilege it has been in my life to have known such a wonderful and happy man! There will always be a special place in my heart to hold the memories until we meet again.


Lyn posted on 2/18/22

Mike was always a fan of the baseball field and games. Mike always asked me if I would bring him a cake or pie. When I would pull up in my car from shopping he would joyfully come outside to help unload and knew the dessert would be there. Mike was a friend to me and to Diana for many years and he will be truly missed.