James C. Burghardt
Date of Death: May 8, 2010
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James C. Burghardt, 89, of Mulberry, died at 2:25 a.m. Saturday, May 8, 2010, at Mulberry Health and Retirement Community. He was born Aug. 15, 1920, in Romney, and was the son of the late Clyde and Ethel Withrow Burghardt. He lived in Tippecanoe County most of his life and graduated from Jackson Township High…

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L. D. Bud Kimbrell left a message on May 15, 2010:
I remember Jim very well. I remember when the Levee was actually on the Levee in West Lafayette. My father worked for him off and on until he got his own business going. I was even blessed with working at the Levee on the East side. The memories of Jim and his work, and his cars are all good. My prayers for the family, as I know it takes a while for this pain to ease. Clyde, Craig and Tom and Mom you have my condolences. Rest easy Jim, you deserve it.
Anderson King left a message on May 13, 2010:
Burghardt Family,

I knew Jim for a short period of time when I worked at Levee Automotive with his sons. He was a very nice man. His love for antique cars was quit unique. To the family my thoughts and prayers go out to you at you time of grief.

Joyce Haywood Wall left a message on May 11, 2010:
You have our deepest sympathy on the loss of your loved one. Jim was a very remarkable man and he will be missed by many. God will give you the strength you need get through this sad time.Always remember the good times and these memories will be a blessing to all of you.

old friends from Romney

Joyce Haywood Wall
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Ann Marie Stewart left a message on May 11, 2010:
I&m sorry about your loss. I tried to find the funeral home last night, but leave it to me, I got lost. I can&t come this morning due to the timing of preschool getting out at 11:30 in Delphi. I will really miss James. I will try to help Marjorie as much as I can.
Alan L. Gish left a message on May 10, 2010:
Burghardt Family, I am sorry for your loss! Alan Gish.
Peace of mind is a call away. We’re here when you need us most.
Neil and Eva Burgan (Amanda's family) left a message on May 10, 2010:
Our family is so sorry for the loss of your loved one. Although, his suffering is over, your journey to finding a life without him is just beginning. We will keep you in our thoughts and pray that God will fold His loving arms around you and help you walk this difficult road. May you find comfort in the memories that you all made with him.
Norm Nellis left a message on May 9, 2010:
Marjorie, Clyde, Audrey, and Family,
I send my thoughts and prayers to you during your time of loss. The loss of a life partner or a parent is always a major moment in our lives, whatever the circumstances. May God provide a sense of peace and comfort as you move through this time and in your days of grief and remembrance.
Tanja & Ross Egelhoff left a message on May 9, 2010:
May the memories and love you have shared comfort you.

With Love and Prayers,
Tanja & Ross Egelhoff
Gail Hunt left a message on May 9, 2010:
Dear Aunt Marjorie, Clyde, Craig and Tom:
So sorry to hear of your loss yesterday. I will remember Uncle Jimmy as the generous man with a good joke. It was always a treat to visit your house and learn about old cars and what it was like to own and manage a business. He was glad to see us and always had something funny to say. I know your memories are good and will comfort you.
Love, Gail
Nan Nesbitt Holmberg left a message on May 8, 2010:
Dear Aunt Marjorie
Audrey and Clyde, Craig, Roxann and Tom -

You are all in our thoughts.

I am truly glad to have seen my Uncle Jim this past February. We had a pleasant visit sharing memories. Hearing him laugh and seeing him smile is a precious memory.

May his memory be a blessing always. May you all be comforted by the thoughts of others at this time.

Love, Nan and Alan, Samuel and David Holmberg
L. D. Bud Kimbrell left a message on November 30, -0001:
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Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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