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BURNS ROBERT (LOU)

Passed away 20.3.2019. Beloved husband of Barbara after 63 years of perfect marriage and family. Father of Louis (dec), Robyn, Geoffrey and Cameron. In-laws Tania, Paula and Shane. Grandfather of Clancy, Imogen, Kimberley, Rhiannon, Caitlin, Justin. God bless, see you soon. It was a laugh a minute!

Published 25th Mar, 2019
ID: 4020318 GB: 4019605

BURNS:

A Funeral Service to celebrate the life of Robert (Lou) Burns of Byford will be conducted in the West Chapel at FREMANTLE Cemetery, commencing at 2.00pm WEDNESDAY (27.3.2019).

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  • BURNS (ROBERT LESLIE)

    Our deepest sympathy to Barbara and family.

    Dearly loved brother of Barbara and uncle of Alan, Murray and families.

    The gardens up there will be great.

    Reunited with your Big Boy and Mum. RIP.

    Monday, 25 March 2019 Published in The West Australian
  • BURNS (ROBERT)

    Deepest sympathy to Barbara and family. A very kind and caring man. I'll miss you Lou and your jokes. You made me laugh and made me cry when I really needed it. You too suffered so much and never complained. Sleep peacefully dear friend.

    Ronnie and family

    Monday, 25 March 2019 Published in The West Australian
  • BURNS ROBERT (LOU)

    Dear Barbara, Geoffrey, Cameron and Robin, our deepest sympathy and love to you all. What a treasure chest of stories and laughter he was.

    Rest peacefully dear Lou. Margaret and John.

    Friday, 29 March 2019 Published in The West Australian
  • BURNS ROBERT (LOU)

    Deepest sympathy to Barbara, Robin, Geoffrey and Cameron and families. Will be sadly missed for all your humour. So long 'Halfarse'. Remembering happy days in Hedland. Jim and Lil Firns

    Tuesday, 26 March 2019 Published in The West Australian

  • BURNS (LOU)

    To Barbara and Family, our deepest sympathies on your great loss.

    Whenever he walked or came by wheelchair at any venue Lou took over the conversation and the story telling commenced and what stories they always were, told as only Lou could. Barbara, you and Lou enjoyed so many years together and we share your grief with you and your family. The Fleet Air Arm Association has lost a legend and a great mate to all. Sleep well Lou, we will miss you.

    The Fleet Air Arm Association of WA

    Monday, 25 March 2019 Published in The West Australian
  • BURNS (LOU)

    Deepest sympathy to Barbara, Robin, Geoffrey and Cam on the loss of Lou. Great memories of our friendship and support during those Carnarvon and Gnaraloo days. May Lou now rest in peace. A True Australian. Bob Michael

    Saturday, 23 March 2019 Published in The West Australian

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