Phyllis A. BurnsMarch 22, 1931 – October 25, 2004
Phyllis A. Burns, of Las Vegas, formerly of Glenwood Springs, passed away Monday, Oct. 25. She was born March 22, 1931.She leaves behind sons Mike Kelly, of Seattle, Tom Kelly and wife Kathy, of Sarasota, Fla., Cary Burns and wife, Karen, of Everett, Wash., and Louis Kelly, our wandering soul; daughters Patricia Bennett and her fiance, Randy, of Hartsel, Laura Rogers, of Reno, Nev., and Robin Burns and her fiance, David Downing, of Las Vegas; a brother, Marvin Daws and wife, Patti, of Oregon; and a sister, Joyce Cullison and her husband, Harold, of Indianapolis. She is also survived by several grandchildren: Jennifer Bucher; James Bennett; Michael J. Kelly; Michael Rogers; Leighana Orosco; Tim Burns; Garrett Arthurs; Cambrie and Kristen Burns; Chelsea Foreman; Brenna Rogers; Ashley and D.J. Bucher; Morgan and Sean Kelly; Nate, Brianna and Nick Bennett; Katie and Kendall Kelly; Kristina, Teresa and D.J. Petit; and Jacob, Paige and Joseph Kelly.She also leaves behind some wonderful people (you know who you are) who helped her this past summer. The family truly appreciates all that you did.She was preceded in death by her son Timothy R. Kelly in 1974.She was dearly loved and will be greatly missed by all. It is upon her wishes that there will be no services. Remember her with love and think of her as you pass by Santa Barbara Beach.She was dearly loved and will be greatly missed by all. It is upon her wishes that there will be no services. Remember her with love and think of her as you pass by Santa Barbara Beach.
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