Condolence & Memory Journal

I am grateful to the Burnham family for the unique opportunity they afford me to live in their former family home, which Mr. Burnham cleverly converted to gracious, lovely, apartment living spaces: I get to enjoy Mr. Burnham's creativity every day. For me, he lives on. Thank you, Mr. Burnham.

Posted by allen swartz - melrose, MA - Acquaintance   October 20, 2021

My mother and aunts enjoyed over 20 years of living in apartments in Bud's childhood home on Vinton Street. My condolences.

Posted by Jayne Wentworth Hall - School   October 20, 2021

I would like to extend My Condolences to Dave & Joyce as well as the entire Burnham Family. I just finished watching the Video Tribute Honoring 'Bud's Life"! Unfortunately, I never got the opportunity to meet him but Fortunately, I have had the opportunity to have a Business Relationship with David. You may know the old saying, "The Apple Doesn't Fall Far From The Tree"! Reading the Highlights, I now understand where Dave may get some of his Work Ethics, Personality & Sense of Humor! However, I also realize that, Behind Every Good Man- "There Is A Greater Woman"!! Cherish the Life that you have shared & Treasure the Memories Forever!

Posted by Ken & Carol Dempsey - Burlington, MA - Family Friend   October 18, 2021

So very sorry to learn about Bud's passing. Had hoped to be in touch with him. He was my first boyfriend over 65 years ago. I remember Bud as fun loving, kind and a hard worker. At 16 he mowed lawns and was dedicated to his business. Childhood memories were great. Condolences to Emelie and the family.

Posted by Margot Ferguson - St.Petersburg, FL - Classmate   October 17, 2021