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|Utah Quilter in D.U.P.||Paul Smith Burningham|
Please move memorial pictures and delete this newer memorial. Thank you.
Dr Paul Smith Burningham
Birth: Sep. 3, 1934
Salt Lake City
Salt Lake County
Death: Jan. 14, 2005
Paul Smith Burningham, D.M.D. 1934 ~ 2005 Paul Smith Burningham, our beloved husband, father, Papa and friend returned to his Heavenly Father Friday, January 14, 2005 at age 70 after a long battle with heart disease. Paul was born September 3, 1934 in Salt Lake City, Utah the second of three sons born to George Leland Burningham and Ina Smith Burningham. After Paul lost his father at age four, his mother moved the family to Holladay, Utah to live with her widowed mother. When Ina Burningham married Charles Wilson, the family moved to Denver, Colorado, where Paul graduated from East High School. He enlisted in the United States Navy during the Korean War and was stationed in Washington, DC, where he met his sweetheart and eternal companion, Peggy Ann Bell. Paul and Peggy were married in the Salt Lake LDS Temple November 2, 1955 and are the parents of three children. In acquiring his education, Paul attended Brigham Young University, the University of Utah, and Washington University of Saint Louis School of Dentistry. The family eventually settled in Turlock, California and Paul practiced there for 20 years. After retiring from dentistry, Paul and Peggy moved to Springville, Utah and then came to Meridian, Idaho five years ago to perfect the art of spoiling their grandchildren. Paul was a lifelong active member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and served in countless callings. In Turlock Paul served in bishoprics for 13 years, and served as the bishop of the Turlock Ward for seven years. He also served as a counselor in the Fresno, California Mission presidency for four years. In Springville he served on the stake high council. After coming to the Boise area, he and Peggy filled a CES mission at the Boise State Institute of Religion and at the time of his passing they were serving as temple workers in the Boise Temple. Paul also served as the High Priests secretary in the Vienna Woods Ward. Paul was known by friends and family alike as a kind, gentle bear of a man. He was an excellent athlete, excelling in swimming, softball, tennis, basketball and he especially loved to golf. Blessed with a beautiful and strong voice, he loved to sing and was a bass soloist with the Utah Valley Chorale and sang with the Utah Civic Opera. Paul was also a talented artist who loved to draw and paint. Our Papa found his greatest joy and happiness in spending time with Peggy, his children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren. The family suggests that memorial contributions be made to the LDS Perpetual Education Fund or your Ward Mission Fund. The family would like to express our gratitude to all of the health care professionals who cared for Papa over many years of illness.
Published in the Deseret News from 1/15/2005 - 1/17/2005.
George Leland Burningham (1906 - 1939)
Ina Smith Wilson (1908 - 1995)
G. Leland Burningham (1931 - 2005)*
Paul Smith Burningham (1934 - 2005)
West Weber Cemetery
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Created by: JRob
Record added: Mar 18, 2015
Find A Grave Memorial# 143881110
Dr Paul Smith Burningham
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Thank you so much!!
Added by Marie on Mar 20, 2017 9:18 AM
May I use your grave photo of Marion Bingham Watson and Elva Clark on familysearch.org for my genealogy?
Added by Marie on Mar 14, 2017 9:54 AM
|Krista AQ & Tommy Thompson||RE: #40865595|
Memorial # 40865595. I've already posted the photos, thought you would like to know that your "no headstone" shot was incorrect.
|Krista AQ & Tommy Thompson||#40865595|
Hi! Just wanted to drop you a note--you've posted a "no headstone" shot on this memorial. I was able to find the headstone and photograph it. I thought you'd want to know.
|FamleLady||RE: Also Clontz Dup|
It seems no matter how hard we try not to we still cause dups, but I always hope people will react like you and get rid of them as they are found. Keep up the good work.
|mickyo||Suzann Shaw Harris|
Thank you for the correction on Suzann Shaw Harris. I generally try to recheck and make certain the memorials are correct. I appreciate you bringing my error to light. I have updated it and connected her to her parents.
Added by mickyo on Nov 17, 2016 8:26 PM
|Dudley Petty||RE: Steven Ray Petty|
|Don Calhoun||Uintah Cemetery|
Thinking about doing a full photographic inventory at Uintah Cemetery before winter sets in. There are 119 souls without tombstone photos. Probably a bunch of folks not entered into Find A Grave.
I probably can do it in 4 or 5 visits. What do you think? Kinda busy right now re-shooting a section (8000 souls) at Lindquist on Washington Blvd. I wonder is anybody has ever done an inventory there? What do you think?
|Rita Criger||Hettie Tuveson (101804716)|
We plan to visit the cemetery to see my Aunt Hettie Tuveson grave. I would like to request a map to located her grave. Could you help me? Please send it to email@example.com Thank you Rita
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