Gary Adams Burnett

Gary A Burnett, 61, of Kansas City, MO passed away July 8, 2018.  Memorial Gathering will be held from 5:00-7:00 PM on July 13, 2018 at Heartland Cremation and Burial Society. Mr. Burnett was born June 7, 1957 in Kansas City, KS.

Gary is survived by his sons, Adam (Candice) and Steven (Brandi); six grandchildren, Dylan, Bailey, Trenton, Lukas, Destany, Damien, and Daryn; and his Sisters Glenda McCullough (Donnie), Patricia Burnett, Sandra Wayne (Bill); his brother, Wayne Burnett.


  1. Giny &Lonnie White on July 11, 2018 at 7:57 pm

    Rest in Peace, you were a good person, always enjoyed being around you, it was always a good time. Prayers to all the Family.

  2. Joshua Mackall on July 12, 2018 at 9:48 am

    I never knew you but you changed mine and my sons life forever. So many things in life we take for granted, so many people we choose to ignore and so many situations where we could have helped but didn’t. I will never be that man again. I will always have that shirt to give, I will always be that shoulder to cry on, I will always lend my ears to listen and I will always extend my hand for a lift up. I said a prayer for you on the river Sunday asking the lord to grant you peace and eternal happiness in the kingdom of heaven. I send my deepest condolences to your family and loved ones.

  3. Myra on May 24, 2021 at 3:24 pm

    What wonderful friends you and Jerry have been for so many years. Jerry and Chuck bonded right away once they found each other at the Army Reserve Center. Both were from Sault Ste Marie but had never met before. We spent a relaxing summer in the Sault once the guys were back and going to college. Time apart, but occasionally getting together – with Army buddies in Indiana (in the dark mostly -a gas shortage was going on), one Thanksgiving with you in Plymouth, a weekend in St Louis, and then to South Carolina. Thank you for bringing the Willson rocking chair with you from Detroit. We were so lucky to have you close by in your wonderful house on Pawleys Island where your family could all visit together (and friends, too). We were all so lucky to have known Jerry. He will be greatly missed.

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