Marshall Lee BURNHAM

June 12, 1945February 7, 2019

Marshall Lee BURNHAM was born on June 12, 1945 and passed away on February 7, 2019.


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Marshall Lee BURNHAM

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Michele Sweeney

February 14, 2019

From the first day we moved into the house across the street, you welcomed me with open arms and blessed me with feeling like I was family. I am grateful for the memories. I will never forget your laugh, love for your family, and big heart. I love you.


February 12, 2019

Prayer is sent to the Burnham Family and may God comfort you at this time.
I can remember countless times upon calling Mr. Burnham for assistance (even after work hours).
Mr. Burnham was always available and ensured the logistic office computers were top notch with the latest software.
A note of gratitude is sent for the endless hours of support, guidance, wisdom, and leadership.
MSG Veronica Cutts

Steven Vorpahl

February 11, 2019

Marshall was my father in law from the very beginning of metting him and dating his daughter he welcomed me into the family with open arms always helping us whenever and whatever we needed to be successful he was an amazing man Tina and I gave him his first 2 grandchildren. We will truly miss you and you win the biggest tv battle

Gladys Simpson

February 10, 2019

I was the person who did the new hire paperwork when Lee was hired at Camp Mabry. I immediately started calling him Leroy. He hired on as a GS-4 and I believed he retired as a GS-12. He was very smart and knew his way around computers and once that talent was discovered he was put to work! He loved every minute of it. He loved to help people with their computer problems and went on to bigger and better things by the end of his career. He was a humble man and loved his family. Later as his girls married and made him a grandpa, he was so very proud of each one of those babies. He and his first wife with myself and my late husband enjoyed playing cards a lot at each other’s homes. The guys were always partners and always beat us. The three of them are all together now waiting on me so they can start beating us again! Lee was like a father to me and I felt like a part of his family when we gathered at Thanksgiving or Christmas. He was a great co-worker and a team player. After I lost my husband, I went to him because he had lost his wife and asked “how long before you started feeling like you again?” He told me it took four years. He was right about that. He and I loved to waltz together when there was a get together at weddings or at one of the Camp Mabry Christmas get togethers. He was a great friend. I got to catch up with him before he started feeling bad in the hospital and we talked for almost two hours. He is going to be missed very much by so many of us that worked with him. I love you, Leroy and when I make my own way home, watch out, I might have gotten better at playing card games and me and Mama might beat you and Milton for once!!!!!

Jose Garcia

February 9, 2019

Rest in peace Mr. Burnham