Richard Lee Burnett

1941 ∼ 2019

John L.G. Bynoe III of SALEM wrote:

My Buddy, Rest in peace.

Mr & Me Robert Hasan of st petersburg wrote:

He was one of the best. We are going to miss you my friend.

Ellen Moran of West Barnstable, MA wrote:

Dear Judith, I’m so sorry for your loss! I hope your good memories will help you through this difficult time. Richard is now at peace. Sincerely, Ellen

Judith and John Robey of Brockton, MA wrote:

Dear Boss, Mr. B will always hold a special place in our heart. His presence and his smile will be missed. I am truly blessed to know the both of you. I lobe you. Judy and John

Edwin L Silva of Chelsea wrote:

I'm really sorry for the lost of a great kind and humble men Richard Lee Burnett God have him on his glory. Amen Edwin L Silva

Leola Wilson of North Providence wrote:

To the Family When the candle goes out the profoundness can be devastating, but there is a glimmer of light, because love holds memories that keep flowing forever. Wishing you comfort in your loss

Terri-ann Morgan of Hyannis ma wrote:

Sorry for your loss mrs Burnett .. we miss your mr Burnett sleep in peace

George a& Betty Foley of Mashpee, MA wrote:

Oh, judy, he had a long struggle, and was such a good man. I’m sure it wasn’t easy, but you took good care of him and made sure he was well cared for. May God shine His face upon him and bring him to Eternal life, and may God give you comfort and peace.

Dr. Lloyd Sheldon Johnson of Cambridge, MA wrote:

Richard was a shining example of a real and genuine human being: kind, generous, devoted husband, loyal friend, honest and sincere. I will surely miss the many stories, laughs, and good times we shared. We are all blessed to have shared some life with this incredible person.

William (Willie) Barnes of Brockton MA wrote:

Condolences to Judith and her family.

Leona Jackson wrote:

I’m so sorry to hear of Richards passing. I’ll always remember his warm, welcoming smile and generous spirit. My condolences to his wife and family. May he rest in eternal peace.

Frances Waithe Bernat of Quincy, Ma. 021691 wrote:

Sincere Condolences. I just heard about Richard yesterday,at Margaret Queeley Greer’s repast from Your cousin Cicily. Blessings to you for a job well done.Take care of Judy now. Love to you,Frances Waithe Bernat

Lynda Welch of New York, NY wrote:

Those of us who were/are fortunate to have known/know Richard over the years, owe him a debt of gratitude for inspiring us to be kind to each another. How could you do otherwise, especially in Richard’s presence, without feeling guilty? After all, Richard consistently exhibited thoughtfulness and generosity. He always projected a positive attitude, in spite of the circumstances. He went out of his way to do a favor or give a helping hand to a friend. And all the while, Richard always displayed his beautiful and engaging smile! Richard was/is a devoted husband and took every opportunity to ensure that Judith was comfortable, happy and wanted for nothing. In fact, Richard is still looking over Judith and protecting her every move. So, it wasn’t surprising recently when Judith asked Richard to give her a sign to let her know that he was okay and he responded by ensuring that the next song on the radio was one of their favorites, “Ain’t Too Proud” by the Temptations. Now that’s what you call, taking care of the one you love! As a friend whose life has been enriched by experiencing Richard’s gentle spirit and soul, I say, Thank You, Richard. I’m a better person because our paths have crossed. And you will remain in my memory as one the nicest people I’ve ever met. Keep smiling!!! With happy thoughts of my times spent with you and Judith. Lynda Welch