This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Elizabeth Burton 75 years old , born on July 20, 1943 and passed away on March 7, 2019. We will remember her forever.

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Elizabeth (Betty)

Mrs. Elizabeth Jane (Johnson) Burton was born on July 20, 1943 to the late Floyd and Hazel Johnson in Lebanon New York, passed away on March 7,2019 in Lakeland Florida with family by her side.

Elizabeth first attended school in Knoxboro, N.Y. and graduated from Madison High school. Elizabeth was a loving wife to the late Cleve Burton Sr.

Elizabeth always talked about how she enjoyed working at the Boat Restuarant in Vernon, and later working at Walmart in Oneida N.Y. after her retirement in 2005 she moved down to Florida to live.

Elizabeth is preceded in death by her parents, her late husband Cleve Burton Sr., one brother Leon Johnson, and one sister Margarie Peck.

Elizabeth is survived by five sons David (Carol), William, Paul, Cleve Jr., and Patrick (Jessica) and one daughter Constance Dunham. As well as grandchildren and great-grandchildren,  three brothers, two sisters, and nieces, nephews, and cousins.

There will be a Celebration of life held at the Cornerstone Baptist Church with Pastor Larry Lindow, on March 12,2019 at 3p.m. located at 6725 Green Road Lakeland Florida, 33810.

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Shared by Aubrey Hardman on March 9, 2019

I didn't know Elizabeth very long, but I loved her the first time I saw her! I was so blessed to spend some good days with her in January. Her personality and sense of humor were contagious. I could feel the love she had for her family. The first thing she wanted to do was show us her photo album. And hearing her talk about some of the moments in there was priceless. I will love her and miss her forever. She raised some wonderful sons and a strong woman. For this I will be eternally grateful.