- 37 years old
- Date of birth: Feb 22, 1977
- Date of passing: Dec 20, 2014
|Love and memories last forever...|
Alexander W. Burns, “Alex”, age 37, of Mullica Hill, formerly of Woodbury Heights, passed away suddenly on Dec. 20, 2014.
Alex was pre-deceased by his mother, Linda A. (nee Wilson) Burns in 1987. Beloved son of Dennis Burns and Sharon Morgenroth Burns, of Mullica Hill. Dear brother of Carissa Burns (Robert Grassi) of Mt. Ephraim and Debbie (Grant) Stone of Hanover, PA, and loving uncle of Hailey Burns, Taytum Grassi and Addison Stone. He is also survived by many caring aunts, uncles and cousins.
Visitation Sat., Dec. 27 from 11am-12:30pm followed by a time of sharing at the Catholic Community of the Holy Spirit, 17 Earlington Ave.,, Mullica Hill, NJ 08062. Interment private.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in memory of Alex to the charity of the donor’s choice.
"My wife and I were truly saddened to learn of Alex's passing. We went through school together and had several meetings since then. From the first day we met at Gateway, he was always the nicest kid in any room. I'm sorry for your loss.
Matt Galbraith and Donna Rachuba"
"Dear Carissa, Debbi and family, please accept my sincere condolence for your lost of Alexander. But, have peace and comfort in knowing that your love one is in God’s memory awaiting the time to awaken from sleep as described in John 5:28, 29 and Psalm 37:29. See also the comforting message found at, www.tinyurl.com/mezwv23"
"Dear Carissa and Dennis,
This very sad news of Alex's sudden passing brought back so many memories of a young boy at Woodbury Heights Elementary School. He was bright, eager to learn, and had such an gentle look when you were conversing with him. I truly can see him very clearly, and reflect on those days long ago. As the years have passed, we lost touch, but his years were gone way too soon. I pray for peace and comfort in the coming days to be upon you all. May Alex find the loved ones he lost long ago and be at "home" with them.
"Earth has no sorry that heaven cannot cure. Our thoughts and prayers go out to ypu and your family.
May the comfort of God be with you.
"Alex know this You were deeply loved by all! I will miss you sitting with the other "guys" at the family gatherings we shared. I will always treasure the Memories of the times I was around you; Your special Gentle spirit will stay around all of us always. I was lucky to have had the Privelege to be selected to be your Godmother, and still have the little charm and Christmas Ornament you gave me when you were a little boy! I know without a doubt you are safe now in the arms of your Mother and all of those who have gone before you. God Bless!"
"It is with a heavy heart that I write this tribute for a man who was taken too soon. Alex was one of very few words, but he touched many who had the privilege to know him. I will miss our holiday gatherings with Alex and his father together on the sofa watching and commenting on whatever game happened to be on TV, I will miss the wonderful way he had with the little ones in the family, I will miss him. Rest in peace Alex."
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