OBITUARY

Carol A. Burnett

July 12, 1945October 7, 2021

Carol Ann Burnett, 76, of Galena Park, Texas passed away on Thursday, October 7, 2021 at her home from natural causes. She was born in Houston, Texas, on July 12, 1945, daughter of Claude and Edrie Burkett. She is survived by her two daughter's Nikki Blake and Terri Burnett. She is also survived by her five grandchildren Tasha Blake, Taylor Anderson, Cassidy Blake, Hunter Blake, and Logan Blake. Great-grand children Brooklyn Conner, Brantley Conner, Devan Anderson, Bowen Lucas, Ava Wardell, and Kinlee McNamara. Seven siblings their spouses, and numerous nieces and nephews. Carol graduated from Galena Park High School in 1964 and then went on to attend San Jacinto College from 1964-1965. While attending college she met her late husband E.C. Burnett in April 1965 and the couple got married on October 16, 1965. The couple were married for 33 years. Carol was employed with Harris County Sheriff’s Office as a secretary for Captain Dhorieng from 1994-2006. Carol had a passion for playing softball while attending high school, taking pictures of her grandchildren, going to the Houston Zoo and dancing with E.C Burnett. Carol always donated to these charities. Purple Heart, Toys for Tots, St. Jude’s and Children’s Miracle Network. Mrs. Carol was extremely loved and will be very missed and never forgotten. Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.AdvantageHoustonFunerals.com for the Burnett family.

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Joe Morin

October 19, 2021

Carol was a joy to work with. She always had a smile & treated all of us in the Courts division like her family. She will be missed. My condolences to her family.

Jan Currier

October 18, 2021

Carol was one of the best secretaries our Courts Division had. Always a smile for her deputies! She helped you in anyway she could. Besides one of the sweetest person. She will be missed👮🏻❤️

Karen French

October 17, 2021

Carol was a Special Person.!Always smiling and happy. She always took time to greet you. She knew things happening in the courts division and took care of Her Deputies. She truly took care of us! A Wonderful Woman with A Big Heart. She also loved and was very proud of her family. Very sad to hear of her passing. Carol was a Blessing.💙💙💙

Sally Johnson

October 17, 2021

Remembering my neighbor We went to school together and graduated in '64. Great memories of Carol and entire family.
Prayers are offered up for her entire family.

Linda Mueller

October 17, 2021

Carol was one of a kind, never saw her without a smile and will always remember that laugh. If you were having a bad day, Carol made it better. She will be missed, but is of good health now and still has that smile. Miss ya Carol !

Dorothy Dehnert

October 17, 2021

I just received this notice and I'm so sorry. I worked with Carol for a while in Courts at HCSO. She always had a smile for everyone, even when I knew she wasn't feeling well. She was...and still is...a very special lady. May the Lord comfort her family during this trial.
Dorothy Dehnert

Carrie Burkett

October 17, 2021

My Aunt Carol was one of a kind. She always had stories that made you scratch your head. But aside from that, she always called me on my birthday and told me she loved me. Out of 26 cousins, she always made me feel special. I will miss that call this year on my birthday.

Kathleen Krannig Ellisor

October 17, 2021

Carol was one of my favorite people at Galena Park High School!
She was so funny and quick witted! She made you smile just to be around her. Carol was in my Senior English class where Mrs. Maxwell was our teacher. She and I were the only girls in there. I wish I could remember some of the funny things she said in class but alas I am almost 76 years old so my memory fails me.

Everyone will remember Carol pictured in our Senior Year Book as the Most Athletic girl along with Bill Spencer as most athletic boy. She was a also a Jacketeer and in Spanish Club. She was such an absolute JOY to be around! Everyone will remember her fondly.

Earl and I both sympathize with all of Carol's loved ones...we will miss her, too. But she will be "remembered" in so many other ways...she was a wonderful blessing to all who could be around her!!!
Deepest Sympathies, Kathleen and Earl Ellisor

Paulette Lanier

October 17, 2021

Yes Carol was fond of softball and I played with her for several years while in High School. She was a great 3rd baseman and fiercest competitor. Loved playing with her and being her friend. Great loss but is leaving a legacy with her Children and Grandchildren and selfishness in giving. Will miss you Carol!

Stephanie Solis

October 17, 2021

I just found out. I am so sorry. I loved Carol so much. She always protected what she called her Deputies. I was one of many. She always had a smile and kind words for you. We stayed in contact for many years after she left. I know how much we missed her then and we miss her now. Rest in peace my dear sweet friend. We have it from here.

FROM THE FAMILY