Charles-Burnett-Obituary

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Charles Wayne Burnett

Bryan, Texas

Mar 22, 1936 – Feb 24, 2013

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You can tell the true character of a man by his actions. When my dad (his older brother Jack) was near the end of his life Uncle Charles came to visit him often. I am sure they shared hunting and fishing stories and the like. After daddy passed Uncle Charles called each of us 5 kids for several months just checking in to see if we were OK. Love you Uncle Charles!

I first met Uncle Charlie when I was 5 and he was about 14. He took me on my first ever mule ride on the back of Francis. It was wild. I was sure I was going to fall off, but he kept a tight hold on me. He said if I didn't cry or tell anyone he made Francis run, I could wear his sailor's cap. We were buddies from that moment on. Even when he put rubber snakes and spiders to scare me, I still loved him. I will forever miss him. Goodbye, Uncle Charlie. I'll always miss your smile and...

May God be with your family at this time of loss. Your family are in our prayer always.

Take comfort in knowing that now you have a special guardian angel to watch over you.

Charlie made the deliveries in our office. We loved talking to him. He was always upbeat, friendly and compassionate. He was never in a bad mood and never complained. He wore a big smile. He'll be missed! You have our deepest sympathies.

Charlie was a lovely man...every time he came into the Ag Communications offices he had a big smile and a kind word for everyone and left us all a little happier. It was a joy to work with him. Sincere condolences to Charlie's family. May you find peace in your cherished memories.

Charlie was a wonderful family friend, and co-worker and I was fortunate to know him in both capacities. Us co-workers in the Texas A&M AgriLife offices have reminisced about him as a person, and as a co-worker--the warm greeting we always received from him when he would enter our offices on a daily basis & he would provide his style of customer service "Charlie style"! Blessings to the family & love & prayers for my beautiful GodSon, Cory & beautiful niece,...

Charlie was always do cheerful and kind. He took good care of everyone on campus and has left a lasting impression in our hearts.

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Charles's Obituaries

Charles Wayne, Burnett, 76, passed away peacefully Sunday February 24 at his home in Bryan with his family by his side.Funeral service will be held 1:00 p.m. Wednesday February 27 at Memorial Funeral Chapel in Bryan. Interment will follow at Little River Cemetery in the Jones Prairie Community in...

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