Steven K. Burlison

09/30/1956 - 02/11/2020

Visitation: 4pm – 6pm Friday, February 14, 2020 at Stith Funeral Home in Danville & 12pm – 1pm Saturday, February 15, 2020, prior to service at the church

Funeral service: 1pm Saturday, February 15, 2020 at Cornerstone Assembly of God

Posted by:
Vicki Burke

Posted on:
02/14/2020

To know Stephen was to love Stephen. My gentle giant friend. I will forever remember your smile and hugs. The world was a kinder place with you in it. Go and enjoy the God you loved and served. Your friend Vicki Burke

Posted by:
Kimberly A. Stitt, President of Hendry County Education Association

Posted on:
02/14/2020

Mr. Burlison will be forevered remembered here in Hendry County, and especially at Central Elementary, for his loving heart, calling to help children, and his kind spirit. Students will remember him as the teacher who cared and always went the extra mile for them. Teachers will remeber how he was always a trusted friend, even a big brother to some. Our lives are better for having the opportunity to work with and know Mr. Burlison. He has touched the lives of all that knew him.

Posted by:
Jacob and Mary McLain

Posted on:
02/13/2020

Steve was always a soft spoken man. We worked with him at Kmart and enjoyed his positive outlook on life and his kindness to us. He even came to our wedding. Prayers for his wife and family. R.I.P. Steve.

Posted by:
Diannie Armstrong

Posted on:
02/13/2020

You will be missed so much here in Clewiston.....rest in peace my friend....loved the time we spent working together ❤ Diannie Armstrong Sara Armstrong Trey Armstrong

Posted by:
Kim Daugherty

Posted on:
02/13/2020

Sorry to here of his passing. We were neighbors way back, when we were in school and he lived in Elkhart/ Dunlap. I have often wondered where he was and what he was doing.

Posted by:
Mike &Tressie Mccavitt

Posted on:
02/13/2020

my condolences to Margie and to Steve’s family he will be greatly missed met Steve in the mid 70’s his love for God was unshakeable but he had his mischievous side always up for a practical joke in his younger years but we all knew his love for God Steve you will be forever missed RIP

Posted by:
Juanita (Templeton) Heckman

Posted on:
02/13/2020

Mr. B was so much more than a teacher to so many of us. He was my first grade teacher at Calvary Christian School in Elkhart, IN in 1986-87 and later the principal of the same school while I was there. He was fun, patient, creative and He gave us many priceless memories to grow up with. He had pizza parties and nature walks and even attempted taking a bunch of us to Sam’s Wholesale Club and letting us ride on the big carts. We laughed all the time and he made each of us feel special for who we are-things we’ll never forget. Mr. B was a gift to us. A very special blessing from the Lord. I am so sorry for your loss and so grateful that we’ll see him in eternity with the Lord.

Posted by:
Lora Votaw

Posted on:
02/12/2020

Steven was a soft spoken and kind man, though I'd known him less than a year, he was always friendly to everyone and such a man of grace. My deepest condolences to Margie and his family. Well done thy good and faithful servant.

Posted by:
Dennis & Anne Weiskircher

Posted on:
02/12/2020

What a great picture of Steven. Our hearts go out to Margie and Steven's family in this time of loss. We've only known Steven since he and Margie moved to Kentucky, but he left a large hole in our hearts. Steven's love for God was evident in the way he treated his wife and everyone he met. We did Life Group together for over a year, and it was obvious that Steven was intensely familiar with the word of God. He was such a wonderful testimony of God's love. We will miss him at church, but we know he is now seeing his Savior face to face free of all pain and discomforts. We continue to pray for Margie as she adjusts to life without her loving husband at her side.

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