Luke Burrow

November 7, 1996 ~ January 21, 2018

Luke Anthony Burrow, 21, of Hunnewell, Kansas, departed this life Sunday January 21, 2018 at OU Medical Center in OKC, surrounded by family. Luke attended South Haven Schools and Kiowa School. When in school Luke loved playing sports.

Luke was born November 7, 1996 in Lawton, Oklahoma. He was the son of Kimberley Ann Burrow, the first of 4 children.

Luke loved the outdoors, his favorite thing to do was hunting and fishing.  Luke loved everyone he met and everyone that met Luke loved him for his friendly and outgoing personality and his beautiful smile. No matter what Luke was doing or what was going on Luke always had a smile on his face. Luke’s smile would brighten the darkest days and make everyone smile when they were down.  Luke loved spending time with his PaPa and Granny and always wanted to spend time with his brothers, sisters and helping his dad work on vehicles and aggravating his mom.  The happiest day of his life was when his son was born.  He loved his Aunt Kenda who preceded him in death. He loved going to her house and spending time with her and when he needed someone to talk to she was always there.  Now he is with his Aunt Kenda having some long talks.

Surviving are parents Stanley and Kimberley Burrow-Cook and 3 siblings; Cody Dale Hansen, Melissa Jean Bingham, and Destiney Marie-Tjaden Cook of Hunnewell, KS; girlfriend Kortnee Cassady and 4-month-old son Waylon Luke Burrow of Blackwell, OK; grandparents Bill and Betty Burrow of Hunnewell, KS; Aunt and Uncle Alan Skinner of Ponca City, OK, Aunt and Uncle Billy Burrow Jr. of South Haven, KS, Aunt and Uncle James Burrow of Brighton, TN; and cousins.

He was preceded in death by Aunt Kenda Burrow-Dixon and great grandpa Kenneth Martin.

Funeral services will be held at 10:00 a.m. Saturday, January 27, 2018 at Schaeffer Mortuary in Caldwell, Kansas. 

Memorials may be left in Luke's memory to the Luke Burrow Memorial Fund to assist with funeral expenses and sent in care of the mortuary. 

Visitation will be held Friday evening. 

 

Condolences

I remember Luke as a sweet kid with a big smile! Always willing to help when he was at school. I always enjoyed him. My thoughts and prayers go out to his family.

R. I. P Luke burrow and tell your kenda the I said hi and we all miss you and her a lot

Luke, I can not believe your gone, I sure will miss that beautiful smile and your caring personality. I will alway cherish the wonderful memories of us camping with you and your daddy Vince and Grandma Janice. We love you and miss you. Fly high our beautiful angel.

Luke Aunt Karen loves you so much I will miss you like crazy. You were loved by so many. I will always see that big smile of yours when I think of you. #forever21

Luke, I will forever miss you and cherish every moment we had together growing up. I couldn’t have asked for a better best friend than you! I will always remember when we would ALWAYS watch shrek everyday We knew it word for word. when we went to try out for American Idol lol. There’s so many I can say but I’ll keep it short. The relationship we had was something I’ll never forget. You were like a brother to many of us. We will forever miss you and we will keep your memory alive. I love you Luke Duke!

We will miss you buddy. Memories of jamming r&b and you singing when you was a little guy. That big smile is unforgettable... we love you so much & my boys still talk about when we use to come up to visit & you & Cody and them playing outside. :( give AUNT kenda a huge hug for me.

I am so sorry for your loss.  I remember well having Luke, Cody, and Melissa as students at South Barber.  Luke was always a pleasant young man who wanted to do well.  Luke's smile was contagious.  My sympathy to all of you.  

Prayers for peace for the family and all the loved ones. He was a sweet gentleman and will be truly missed.

Luke, 

Though I lived so many miles away from you and didn't get to spend as much time as I'd like with you, you were always in my heart. I know you know I love you, and not only me, but your Daddy Vince, Grandma Janice, Grandpa Larry, Aunt LeeAnn, and all your cousins and family from your Holloway side also love you deeply. I say love because I know and believe you are only dead in body, but your spirit is with the Lord, for to be absent from the body, is to be present with the Lord.

WE WILL ALWAY'S LOVE YOU LUKE!