Michael William Burgess

Date of Death: December 3, 2021
Humenik Funeral Chapel
14200 Snow Road
Brook Park, OH 44142
216-265-8700 | Map
Thursday 12/9, 3:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Humenik Funeral Chapel
14200 Snow Road
Brook Park, OH 44142
216-265-8700 | Map
Thursday 12/9, 3:00 pm

MICHAEL  WILLIAM BURGESS age 77 of Parma, passed away peacefully December 03,  2021, while surrounded by family. Michael is survived in life by Anita (nee Becker), his beloved wife of 49.5 years. Cherished son of William and Mary Burgess. Loving father of Patches. Dear brother of Jackie (John) Prior, Margaret (deceased) (Scott) Weaver, and Frances (deceased)Continue Reading

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Joyce J Borossa left a message on January 22, 2022:
I am offering my most sincere condolences to Michael's family, especially his sister, Jackie. Michael, Jackie and I were in the same High School class -- the class of 1962 of Leetonia High School in Leetonia, Ohio. All of us were happy to welcome Michael and Jackie when they moved to Ohio from England. Their parents operated a store right across the street from our High School. Many of us visited that store often to buy snacks. Michael was usually quiet, friendly, and always willing to help others. Rest in peace, my friend. Joyce (Walton) Borossa
Virginia Sobarnia left a message on December 9, 2021:
. I will miss you barbecuing in the back yard and your smile over the fence when you watched my grandchildren play. May God bless you and comfort your wife Anita and family. Virginia Sobarnia
Mary Floyd left a message on December 8, 2021:
My thoughts and prayers to Anita and family. It was my privilege to know Mike, a man who loved his family and country. Thank you for being a good friend. only wish I had lived closer and my Jim would have gotten to know you. RIP
Jan Becker left a message on December 7, 2021:
Mike, my dear brother-in-law, I’m going to miss you. I so enjoyed talking with you on the way home from work as I sat on the freeway in Atlanta. You cracked me up when we would go golfing and loved the thousands of pictures you would take of flowers, trees and animals. Not sure why you took several pics of your new furnace, but that was just the way you were. We all had so many good laughs and times with you, we’ll cherish those memories, and we know whenever we have them again, you’ll still be there with us. Until then you will always be in my prayers and one day, I hope to see you again in the splendor of our eternal home.
Tammy King left a message on December 7, 2021:
My deepest condolences to Aunt Anita in the loss of our beloved Uncle Mike. We’ve lost not only our family photographer, but also a man of great wit and laughs. Love and prayers. RIP
Humenik Funeral Chapel left a message:
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