In Memory

Jill Burdett - Class Of 1972



Joel E Ferris High School
Classes of 1966 - Present

Deceased Classmate: Burdett, Jill (1972)
Date Of Birth: 2-11-1954
Date Deceased: 12-19-2010
Age at Death: 56
Cause of Death:
Classmate City:
Classmate State: WA
Classmate Country: USA
Was a Veteran: No
Survived By: Survived By: She is survived by her lifelong partner, friend and father to her four eldest children Rick Turner, son Josh and Christina and their kids Jalyn and Carson, son James his wife Natalie and their kids Cole and Olivia, son Sam Turner, his fiancé Penny Myers and Sam's daughter Aubrey, daughter Sasha, daughter Kim and her son, the youngest grandchild, Leo, just 19 days old, and her youngest son Brad and his son Brad Jr. as well as her mother, Pat and siblings: Suzi, Jeff, Jeannie, Judy and Bob.

BURDETT, Jill D. (Age 56) Jill was born to Robert and Pat Burdett in White Salmon, WA February 11, 1954. This world lost two beautiful souls on Saturday, December 19. The angels of heaven came down to take Jill Burdett and UnaBelle Turner home to be with their Heavenly Father. There, they will set up shop and have a new home, ready for all those whom they have left behind. Jill and UnaBelle were both believers in our Lord Jesus Christ and have been called home to be with him. We may never know why God chose this moment in time, but we are confident that He welcomed two more Angels into his midst for the holiday season. Jill was an extraordinary woman who always put the needs of her family and friends before her own. With her beautiful smile, she would brighten up any room she entered, and all the lives she touched. She spent the better part of her life as a mom and as grandma. Jill would move mountains to provide anything she could for her children and grandchildren, and is characterized as unselfish, full of unwavering love and unconditional love, kind hearted and nurturing and endlessly devoted to those in her heart. Jill was creative and loved crafting with her kids and grandkids. She also loved spending time in the sun, swimming, gardening and cooking, and could often be found in her kitchen. She was a remarkable woman and will be missed.