Bertha Shipps Burns was born in Brunswick, Nebraska on February 19, 1936.  She lived in Norfolk, Nebraska many years and was living in Bullhead City, Arizona at the time of her death June 19, 2018. 

A Graveside Service will be held Thursday July 12,  11:00 a.m.  at Hillcrest Memorial Park 1950 N 13th St., Norfolk, Nebraska. 

Reception will be held directly after service at the VFW Club 316 Braasch  Ave. Norfolk, Nebraska.

She was preceded in death by her husband Phil Burns, daughter Kaye Barg and Grandson Kenney Berglund.

She is survived by her children and their spouses: Faye and Greg Osborn of Lincoln, Gaye and Robert Lewis of Neligh, Jay and Debbie Deitloff, Bullhead City,

Maye and Edward Mueller of North Platte. Son-in-law Gary Barg of Republican City.   Also many Grandchildren, Brothers, Sisters and extended family.

Memorials in her honor are ask to be directed to Wyuka Foundation Littlest Angels Fund. Donations may be sent to Wyuka Foundation  3600 O St. Lincoln,  Nebraska 68510.

2 Responses to Bertha Shipps Burns

  1. Alex says:

    I extend my sincere condolences to the Shipp and Burns families on their loss. Jehovah God promises us that through his son Jesus, he will wipe out every tear from our eyes, and death will be no more, neither will mourning nor outcry nor pain be anymore. Revelation 21:3,4
    Please take comfort from this promise during your time of bereavement.

  2. Michael says:

    Dear Burns family. I am so sorry to have read of the death of Bertha. Please accept my sincere condolences. I would like to share something that I have personally found to be comforting. It is found in the Bible at John 5:28, 29 and Revelation 21:4. (Please read) May God give you and your family comfort in His promise that soon we will never experience losing our loved ones in death and we will be able to see them again once they are resurrected. With deepest sympathy and warmth of heart.

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