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Charles P. Burns

Garnet Valley, Pennsylvania

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Charles P. Burns, age 72, a 43 year resident of Garnet Valley, PA passed away peacefully on July 16, 2019 at home. Born to Harry & Mary Burns and raised in Upper Chichester, PA, Charles Graduated from Chichester H.S., Class of 1966. He later served in the Army during the Vietnam War receiving...

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To the love of my life. I knew it was going to
be hard for me to lose you. We had a wonderful
46 years. When you find out your partner is so sick and that you only have a short time every minute is important. I was blessed with a few short weeks. I know he is in heaven with his family and friends.I miss him every minute.

His friend and wife. Jean

Dear Jean and Family,
I am so sorry to learn today of Charlie's passing. I met him in late June when Charlie was my husband's hospital roommate, when my husband was admitted for kidney stones. I had the pleasure of talking with Charlie and Jean, and getting to know Charlie a bit while I was hanging out in the hospital room.

He was a kind, brave, and strong gentleman who was more worried about his wife and family than he was about himself. I enjoyed our conversations and...

Uncle Charlie, I was so sad to hear of your passing. I'll never forget the great times us kids had with you and Aunt Jean while we were growing up. The best was dancing in mom moms livingroom with Jean playing the accordion while everybody danced the polka. You were the funnest uncle ever. I wore your reliance jacket you gave me for years. Thanks for always smiling . I won't ever forget you. Love you always, and I will miss you forever.

Chantel, Vincent, Lilly and PJ,
We have been thinking about you guys all day. Hope that you are all ok, as best you can be. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.

Jean,
Our thoughts and prayers are with you this day. God Bless.

Another Legionnaire has been called to the High Command, and has gone to report to the Commander of us all.

You will be missed Charlie !!!

Joe Cuff
Adjutant/Past Commander
Legion Post 926
Aston, Pa

May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.

Our sincere condolences to Jeanie and the Burns family. So many great memories from the "never-ending picnics on Fleming Lane. A wonderful man with a contagious smile... Charlie will be truly missed by all.