Carol-Burkett-Obituary

Carol Burkett

Chicago, Illinois

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Carol A. Burkett of Chicago passed away February 15, 2016. Loving wife of Lyle for 39 years; dear mother of Jeremy (Bree) and Jason (Mayra); proud grandmother of Lucas, Bennett and Owen; beloved daughter of Allen (Jackie) Millard and the late Jacqueline Millard; fond sister of Allan (Debe)...

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Carol will truly be missed, always a smile on her face and the first to lend a hand, Carol was an outstanding cook and loved by all. Dean

Dearest Lyle and family, we are sorry to hear of your wife's passing. May God lift his face toward you and grant you peace during this time of grief.

Lyle and family, I am so very sorry for the loss of your wife and family member (Mother, daughter, daughter in law etc). I know Carol will be missed. Your family is in my thoughts and prayers. May God watch over her and your family as they remember and mourn her loss. Find comfort in the many memories.

Lyle, So sorry for your loss. My condolence to you and your family
May she rest in peace.
Greg Gags from Babes

I was so sorry to hear of the loss of Carol. I had been try to contact her and Lyle since we all lost ouch with each other. I met Carol during a snowball fight with neighbors and she became a good friend. I was so happy when I found out that she was dating and then married my grammar school friend Lyle. She will be missed and I wish I had been in touch with her. God now has another angel watching over us.

My prayers are with my brother, their children and grandchildren. I pray for comfort, peace and strength during this very difficult time. I will always remember Carol as a kind, giving person, who was a great cook. I always enjoyed Christmas' knowing Carol would prepare a wonderful spread of food. We will miss her and will always love her and keep her memories in our hearts. Love you Lyle, Jeremy, Jason, Bree, Myra, Lucas, Ben, Owen. You all meant the world to her. Kendra

You will be missed and God bless

Steve