Tim-Burleson-Obituary

Tim Burleson

Freemont, Pennsylvania

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FREMONT ; Tim Burleson, 32, died suddenly Jan. 29, 2008.Born Jan. 31, 1976, in upstate New York he proudly served his country in the U.S. Marine Corps for six years. Soon after his discharge his family moved to New Hampshire in 2001. He was employed for several years by Sig Corporation. His...

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I hate this, please watch over us,we always needed you, we always loved you.Kaylee and Kam will carry you on. Forever, Kathy

I worked with Timmy at Sig,his precious children were his life,may he always be apart of their lives.He will be watching from Heaven above.My prayers and thoughts are with Timmy's family at this sad time. May he rest in peace.

Timothy my Love, Thank you. Only you and I know why. Kaylee, Kam, Melanie, Mom, Dad, Jenny, Rocky, B and I will see you again one day, where we can be rejoined once again as family. I will always Love You, Really, Really... God Bless and may you rest in peace my Love..

That day.
Hearts were broken
That day.
Time stood still as a son was taken
That day.
We lost a brother in arms
That day.
A friend was wept over
That day.
God gave comfort to a grieving family
That day.
Heaven gained another warrior
That day.
Life changed
That day.

Tim is a great man, a great friend, and a great father. He will be missed by all.

I worked with Tim at SigArms in Exeter, NH. I remember him as a courteous, polite young man that made everyone laugh and smile daily!
His personality reminded me so much of my own son who is the same age. When I hear the country group, Lonestar, sing "From My Front Porch Looking In" I hear Tim singing this song and beaming from ear to ear because he was so proud to be a father! Rest in Peace Tim
My thoughts and prayers to his children and family.

On behalf of Kaylee and Kam Burleson, thank you for your thoughts of their Dad. When the time is right your thoughts and condolences with be given to them. I know it will mean the world to them.

My sympathy goes out to Tim's Family and Friends. Tim and I worked together at the nuke plant for a while, He sat with me at Exeter Hospital one night when I got injured, and all he could do was make me laugh. Tim Loved his Kids so much! I hope they always know that. You left to early Tim, you were truly a great guy, and will be missed. I hope you’re at peace.

I would like to say that Tim is a good man,all the guys at Seabrook station will miss him very much.

Tim,
You lived your life for your children and to help others. You will be missed by those who knew you best.