Thomas E. Burrus
1936 - 2021

Tom a proud retired Everett Longshoreman has left this world for his forever home. He will be missed by many friends and family including his loving wife Paula Marie and children with their families: Debbie, Willie, Sandy, Tracy, Kelly and Tonya

October 13, 1936 - September 8, 2021
Published by The Herald (Everett) from Sep. 12 to Sep. 13, 2021.
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My dear sister Marie, Ronnie and I are both so sorry for your loss and know this must be terrible for you . I wish I could take away you grief and pain and leave you only love and peace but, we both know that that is impossible. So, I will leave what I can, which is our deepest sympathies and ALL OUR LOVE. You are in our prayers always but, especially now in you time of need. Tom was a good man and was especially good to you and I always will be grateful for that. I always liked Tom and grew to love him as our years passed by. My most favorite memory of him is when he gave Levi the clam and didn't know he needed to looen it from the shell for the little guy and Levi was crunching aways because uncle Tom had given it to him. I love you Marie and I always will and I am deeply sorry for your loss . Love Always Your Little Sister Barbara and Brother In Law Ronnie.
Ronnie Lee & Barbara Jo Bercier
September 26, 2021
I am so sorry for your loss, you all are in my thoughts & prayers. Tom was a great longshoreman with a great sense of humor. I know he will be missed.
J'Nene Boland
September 21, 2021
Sorry to hear of Tom's passing, He will be missed. Our thoughts are with you Marie.
Linda Johnson & Don Smith
September 19, 2021
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