I only met Michael a year ago, and was charmed by his quiet intelligence and love of the arts. How terribly sad not ever to see him again.
Joan Shore (Paris)
I was so saddened to hear of the passing of mike . He was my first client in1973 and remained a very dear friend thru out the years. He was such a perfectionists and his apartment buildings added to the beauty of palm beach. My husband and I always enjoyed our dinners together, and our interesting conversations. we will miss him so very much., Please accept our sincerest sympathies and.condolences to the entire Burrows family and know that Mike will always be remembered in our hearts. Sincerely Rita and Herb Krauss
I grew up on Linda Lane in West Palm Beach, a next door neighbor of Mr. Burrows. He employed me on the construction of the Winthrop House, the former site of the Lido Pool in Palm Beach. He gave me a great opportunity in my youth that I have never forgotten. My condolences to all.
I spoke with Michael many times, meeting him first in our elevator where we both reside at Trump Towers, WPB. We had in common growing up and transplanting here from Newton, MA. We shared many stories about Newton and Boston and he was so typical of the "proper Bostonian"... always a gentleman, always kind and friendly, with a beautiful smile. I will truly miss him, as there are not enough people like him in this world.
Rest in Peace, Michael.
With much love, from your friend and neighbor...
On behalf of Banyan Golf Club, we express our heartfelt sympathy to the family and friends of our member, Michael Burrows. A true gentleman who will be missed.
Banyan Golf Club
Michael Burrows was a special man who always made sure I was ok, even if he had to go out of his way. He will be fondly remembered and sorely missed.
Michael Burrows was a special man who always made sure I was ok, even if he had to go out of his way. He will be fondly remembered and missed.
I knew Mr. Burrows from waiting on him at Home Federal Savings and Loan in Palm Beach. He was a very intelligent, business-savy man, who would ride his bicycle to the bank several times a week. So sorry to hear of your loss. I extend my sympathy from Australia where I live at present.
I had known Michael since childhood. His grandparents lived across the street from my residents, and we played together.
I worked with him on many of his construction projects and found him honest and forthright. He was a gentleman and true to his words. Goodbye Mike. We will remember you!
A fantastic friend I would see on The Lake Trail doing his morning walk...we talked real estate politics and life..he was a gentlemen of the first order and a genius builder...and a dear man...