George A. Burton Jr.

Shreveport, Louisiana


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George A Burton, JrGeorge A. Burton, Jr. was born June 21, 1926 in Texarkana, AR., passed away June 10, 2014 in Little Rock, Ar. He was preceded in death by his wife of 55 years, Joan Burton, his son, George Burton III and his parents George and Theo Burton. Surviving family members are daughter...

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You have my deepest sympathy. May good memories provide solace for your family during this challenging time and may God provide you with the assurance that you will see your loved one again in Paradise. (John 17:3)

I remember your Dad as a kind and sweet man I was lucky to have him as A Uncle. He loved family and the times at our Grandmothers and Fathers house when we were all together.

I have fond memories of Commissioner Burton. He always showed respect to me as a young and naïve City employee and offered valuable advice. We need men like him today in all levels of our government.
Al Sumrall

So sorry for your loss. My parents and Aubrey and Theo were good friends. Have pictures that he could have had but had no idea where he was located. May God help you through this and let your memories keep him close.

Sandy, your Father, was such a kind man. Adu and I have fond memories of he and your mother. So sorry for your loss. He loved you so.

Mr. Burton was such a dedicated professional...and a true gentleman.

Mr. Burton, your wisdom and knowledge of "why" election law was created a certain way has been missed by all of us at the Registrar's office. I learned so much from you. Thank you for shepherding me along in my career and sharing your expertise. I enjoyed every story you told me. Godspeed...

The Final Salute

“Brothers in Arms”, Military men and women down through the centuries, have traditionally exchanged “Hand Salutes” as a sign of recognition and as a way to render courtesy and respect one to another.

This “Hand Salute” is the last that we shall render to George A. Burton, Jr. our “Brother-in-Arms”. To his family it symbolizes the love and respect that we have for George. And to George it is rendered as a symbol of honor and gratitude to thank him...

Miss you Daddy