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Harold Douglas Burnett

June 21, 1954November 8, 2020

Harold Douglas Burnett, 66, of Huddleston passed away Sunday, November 8, 2020 at his residence.

Born in Bedford County, June 21, 1954, he was the son of Lorraine Harris and the late Harold Berkley Burnett. Doug was an over the road truck driver for most of his career and was also a heavy equipment operator. After he retired, he participated in charitable events and was a skilled craftsman.

In addition to his mother, he is survived by his wife, Pamala Burnett; four children, Jason Jamerson and wife Heather, Marcina Lynn Burnett, Tara Jenkins and husband Michael and Nikki Chumbley and husband Keith; three sisters, Linda Wood, Bonnie Trent and Jenny Mays and husband Darrell; two brothers, H.V. Vasser and Billy Burnett and wife Lisa; 13 grandchildren, Ashleigh, Skylar, Aryan, Julie, Ella, Shiloh, Hudson, Charlie, Owen, Ryleigh, Addi, Alex and Anna and one great grandchild, Mila.

A special thanks to Jennifer Wood for all of her help and comfort during Doug’s last days.

The family will receive friends from 4 to 6 p.m. Saturday, November 14, 2020 at Whitten Timberlake Chapel.

The family requests memorial contributions be made in his memory to Toys for Tots, www.toysfortots.org.

  • FAMILY

  • Pamala Burnett, Wife
  • Jason Jamerson, Son
  • Marcina Lynn Burnett, Daughter
  • Tara Jenkins, Daughter
  • Nikki Chumbley, Daughter
  • Linda Wood, Sister
  • Bonnie Trent, Sister
  • H.V. Vasser, Brother
  • Billy Burnett, Brother
  • Jenny Mays, Sister
  • He is also survived by 13 grandchildren, Ashley, Skylar, Aryan, Julie, Ella, Shilo, Hudson, Charlie, Owen, Ryleigh, Addi, Alex and Anna and one great grandchild, Mila.

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Pamala Burnett

November 12, 2020

Traveling in the big tractor trailer for FL MOORE we went through alot of different states and I saw places I've never seen. I'd read you biographies of different actors I liked especially about Stevie Nick's
I remember loving New Mexico watching prairie dogs guard there babies and freaky tarantulas peeping out there spider dens in the sand they were ugly to me not pretty like the ones at pet stores but I do not like spiders our 2 poodles went with us on trips too buddy and shugzy its was the good times just cruising to drop off one load and go pick up the next and it was always a surprise so we made it a game before we found out where we was going we made bets to see who picked the closest to the next stop by picking a town or state. and I can't tell lol shhhhh what the bets were but we knew lol . I won as much as you . lol yeah baby we had some fun I'm going to miss you and im gonna keep my memories forever. Love you so much baby

JENNIFER G

November 11, 2020

I am so sorry for your lost keeping the family in my prayers

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