OBITUARY

Ida Jane Burnard

September 24, 1935May 29, 2018

Ida Jane Fisher - Burnard was born September 24, 1935 in Red Bluff, California and passed away May 29, 2018 in Dallas, Texas at the age of 82. She married William M. Burnard on August 26, 1978. She is survived by her Step-Daughter Debra Burnard-Maier, Daughter Judy Rae Hartman, Sister Marge Ehrke, her Grandchildren, Step-Grandchildren and many other family members and close friends. Ida is preceded in death by Husband William M. Burnard, Father Nyle W. Fisher, and Mother Lilian Elene Crique. Graveside service will be held at 1:00 pm Thursday, June 14, 2018 at the Dallas-Fort Worth National Cemetery ( Lane 3).

Services

  • Committal Service Thursday, June 14, 2018
REMEMBERING

Ida Jane Burnard

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William Uhland

June 1, 2018

Cousin Jane, I so enjoyed visiting you at the Lake, and enjoying your "Home Cooking." Later on, my wife would enjoy having a "Girls' Weekend" with you and Margie and Judy. It was always so fun to chat with you about our various relatives. You are now with Uncle Ab, Uncle Arthur, and the rest of the Crique's.

Barbara Tracy

May 31, 2018

Janie you have given us so many memories of the life with my Daddy.. You two made such a fun time into a great time.. The love for the lake , the love for travel.. You were so strong and funny.. we will miss you, but the memories will carry us through.. Say hello to our Dad and let him know we loved you both!

Barbara

Debra Maier

May 30, 2018

Janie, you were my hero! You took what life dealt you and made the best out of a bad situation. You were so interesting to know, the Hot Dog Bashes, all your adventure stories, your passion for rock climbing, long hikes, and shell hunting; I know you added extra years to my dad's life. You had such a sweet kind smile, all the way to the end. I know you'll find a great bunch of people to play Bingo with and have the best cards ever! You were loved by many, near and far...

"You were my captive audience" I will miss our long talks... "Nite Nite"

FROM THE FAMILY