Dennis Burns

Obituary of Dennis W. Burns

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Dennis W. Burns, 70, of Port Elizabeth, cherished son, brother, and uncle passed away on Friday, June 28, 2024. Dennis was born on December 7, 1953 in Newport, NJ. He moved to Port Elizabeth in 1966 and resided there until his passing. In his younger years, he fought his way back to good health after a motorcycle accident that left him mildly impaired. With determination and exceptional devotion from his father, mother, physicians, and nurses he relearned how to walk, write, and speak. He graduated high school and obtained his drivers license. In his free time, he enjoyed spending time with animals and raising chickens and ducks. He loved to go fishing, crabbing, visiting friends, and playing cards with his mother on a daily basis. Dennis loved everyone and never passed judgment on anyone. To know him was to love him! He believed wholeheartedly in God. He was a Christian who attended the Baptist churches in Cedarville and Fortescue throughout the years. He is survived by; his mother, Betty Burns; sister, Gina Burns Barber; and nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by; his father, William Burns, Sr.; brother, William Burns, Jr.; and grandparents, Norman and Florence Burns, Casey and Alma Creighton. Per his request there will be no services, please remember him the way that he was; love, light, joyful, always smiling, and amazing grace. Written condolences can be sent to the family through the funeral home website Lovingly Submitted, The Family
A Memorial Tree was planted for Dennis
We are deeply sorry for your loss ~ the staff at Padgett Funeral Home
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