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Shannon Rose Hill Funeral Chapel & Cemetery

7301 East Lancaster, Fort Worth, TX

OBITUARY

Charles David Burns

May 26, 1949June 9, 2019
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David Burns (70) was called home on Sunday June 9th, 2019. David was born in Corpus Christi, TX on May 26th, 1949. He moved to Fort Worth, TX when he was about 12. He spent his childhood running with John and his brothers. A few years later he met and married the love of his life Janie. They had two children Jason and Deborah. David served in the army for 3 years during the Vietnam Era. He was very proud to be a veteran.

He spent most of his life in construction with his dad and brothers. They had many stories to tell. David felt his family was his greatest accomplishment.

David was preceded in death by his parents Bob and Margaret Burns, brothers Stephen and Michael, and a great grand daughter.

David is survived by his wife of 50 years Janie Burns, son Jason Burns and wife Tammy, daughter Deborah Madearis and husband Roy (RD), grandchildren Eric Burns and Brooke, Brett Burns, Colton Madearis, Priscilla Madearis Noah Madearis, and a great granddaughter Kinzlee Burns and brother RIchard Burns.

Services

  • Visitation Friday, June 14, 2019
  • Funeral Service Saturday, June 15, 2019

Memories

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John Willhite

June 15, 2019

The Chocolate Sop Story

So David and I first met in the summer between first and second grade. As we became closer friends David invited me to spend the night with his family. The following morning David's mom, Margaret prepared chocolate sop for our breakfast. Needless to say I found this to be great stuff. When I returned home I told my mom about Chocolate Sop and all she said was "No way you are getting candy for breakfast", and so it remained, the only time I had Chocolate Sop was when I was at David's house. Fast forward a few years later and I shared this experience with my wife. Cindy, being the great person she is, offered to try to make Chocolate Sop based on my recollection. It took several interations but I believe we are now pretty close to the original recipe. Today when my family gets together for breakfast Cindy always includes Chocolate Sop in our breakfast menu. I'm happy to say that thanks to the Burns family we have something very special to carry over into our family traditions and even today if you ask my mom, who is 94 years young, she still says "No way you are getting candy for breakfast"

Albert Gatica

June 15, 2019

David was a 2nd FATHER to me bc I was best friends with his son Jason. I remember spending the nignt at their house every Friday & going out to eat at The Rig. I loved his racecar #66 as a kid & loved the trips to Cowtown Speedway. R.i.p. David. Thanks for having me in your life with your family. I ALWAYS FELT LOVED. I also went to the Heart of Texas Speedway a few times & loved being in the pits.

Shirley Ratliff

June 12, 2019

The memory I would like to share about David. Seeing the sparkle in his eyes when his family was all together playing cards, singing, playing guitars. Even in his silence showed the care, love & pride he had for his wife, children & grandchildren. The heavens open up to receive a good man. David, the memories you made here on earth with all of us want be forgotten. RIP