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December 22, 2010
Don and Patti, Colleen and Bill, I'm not sure you remember me as I lived across the street from you on Park Avenue in Ketchikan, but always remember your folks as very nice parents. They were always welcoming to the entire neighborhood as I remember it and even remember the day you guys moved out to move to Anchorage. Sorry for you loss, I too lost my parents, both within a year's time. I hope your grief is short lived and your wonderful memories of your folks long lived. Peace.
December 08, 2010
Rod, Already we miss seeing you and your family; neighbors for over 40 years, I always glanced across the street to insure that all was well. You did a fine fine job. You and Shiela enjoy being together again.
December 06, 2010
To Patti, Don, Colleen & Bill,
Please accept my deepest sympathies. I am so sorry for your loss. Rod was a very influential man with such high standards, morals, values and qualities. He loved his family so much that he just sparkled when he talked about any of you. You are all very fortunate to have had such a wonderful role model to share your life with. His qualities are very rare and I feel very honored to have known him and spent time with him. You are all in my prayers.
December 02, 2010
The first time I met Rod was when he picked me up at the Anchorage airport a few years ago...we quickly realised that we were the only two people looking expectantly for a stranger. He quickly made me feel comfortable...my sympathies are with all the family in your loss. Peace and comfort to you all, Patsy Stratton (Jim's mom)
December 02, 2010
To the Burgh family, I have known your Dad for the past 40 years as his insurance agent. He was one of the most facinating persons I knew. Whenever he called the office, I knew I was in for a challenging discussion on insurance or better yet, where had he and Sheila gone now and what were their best memories of that exotic place. He was certainly one of my favorite clients. I have wonderful memories of him and will certainly miss him. Please know my thoughts and prayers are with you.
December 01, 2010
My name is Kris Stamnes Welch. I am the daughter of Rodney's cousin Patricia Burgh Stamnes. First of all I want to tell all of Rodney's family how sorry I am for their loss. While he was a strong presence in all our lives, he had such a loving heart and me and my five sblings were fortunate to have been showered with his love all our lives. Our father died when he was 36 and ever since then he made every effort to stay in touch with us in the Seattle area. He has been a strong male influence in our lives. He had a special place in his heart for our mom who was an only child so they were like siblings. I have learned a few new things about Rodney from his obituary such as his proficiency in the world of music.
I am deeply saddened by his death but know for sure that his kids have a lifetime of happy memories to soften the blow.
So, my love and hugs to them and the grandchildren who were his world.
Kris
PS Patti-please call me again. 4259224382.
December 01, 2010
To Rod's family and friends. He and Shiela contributed so very much to the Anchorage and Alaska that we enjoy still today. May they both rest in peace for lives well lived.
November 30, 2010
Burgh Family,
Keep this in mind that almighty God is far more powerful than death. And he promises to destroy this enemy once and for all. The bible teaches that there will come a time when the "last enemy, death will be brought to nothing." (1 Cor. 15:26) This is indeed good news. While we await that day, maintiain your most holy faith.
November 30, 2010
We are Steve's parents, Patti's inlaws, we live on Eachon Blvd. We enjoyed Rod when he came to visit. The kids always called him Big Grampa, as Vic is shorter as Little Grampa. We loved having him for dinner with us at all sorts of events. We miss him already just knowing he won't be down again to Idaho to share the birthdays and holidays. We pray the Lord will comfort and bless all his precious family and friends.
November 30, 2010
To the entire Burgh family, our condolences go out to you. Rodney was a wonderfully charming fellow. We were blessed to have known him for decades! He lived a fabulous full life and for that we should all be thankful. Cheers now to Rodney and his reunion with his beloved Sheila. We love you all.
Dave and Linda Hartman

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