Jack Burton Death, Obituary –Jack Burton, who had been with the Quincy Police Department for a substantial period of time previous to his retirement and who passed away on January 4 at the age of 84 in Blessing Hospital, had been a member of the department for a significant number of time before his retirement. He has been retired for a considerable amount of time. The majority of Jack’s life was spent in Quincy, where he had resided for the last thirty years, providing assistance to the community’s inhabitants (1969 – 1999). Please accept our sincere condolences on behalf of Officer Burton’s family from all of us here at the Quincy Police Department.
We are deeply saddened by Officer Burton’s passing. Officer Burton was a loyal and devoted member of the police force. I wish and pray that he would be at peace for the entirety of eternity when he has passed away. Betty Burton, his wife of 52 years, their children James Burton and special friend Susan Jones of Chattanooga, Tennessee, Don and Colleen Burton, Mike and Melissa Burton, and Chris and Robin Burton all of McMinnville, Tennessee, their grandchildren Andrea and Erica Burton, Joshua and Jonathan Burton, Cassie and Austin Burton, and Baylee, Avery Kate, and Ansley Burton, and their great-grandchildren Ian and Jasper Burton, and their brothers Joe and Christy Burto are among those who mourn
The memorial ceremony honoring the deceased person will take place at the chapel of the McMinnville Funeral Home on Wednesday, June 8, 2011, at one o’clock in the afternoon in memory of the deceased person. Brother Jeff Johnson, who will also function as the master of ceremonies, is going to be in charge of presiding over the event as its host. The casket of the deceased person will be interred at Rockliff Cemetery immediately following the conclusion of the funeral services for the person who passed away.
If you would like to pay your respects to the Burton family, you are more than welcome to do so in the parlors of the McMinnville Funeral Home on Tuesday between the hours of 2:00 PM and 8:00 PM, as well as on Wednesday between 10:00 AM and 1:00 PM. These times are open to the public. Both of these times have been set aside for the visitation to take place. Because of the need to accommodate guests, these visiting hours will continue to be held even though they are not required.