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Clifford "Kip" Burkett

October 22, 1928 – September 25, 2017

Clifford Burkett
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Condolence From: Blake Chelmsford Funeral Home
Condolence: Dear Pastor Steve and Family,
Sending condolences and prayers for peace.
Thinking of you all,
The Staff at Blake Chelmsford Funeral Home.
Tuesday October 03, 2017
Condolence From: Salvatore {Sam} Coco
Condolence:
Please excuse my ignorance on my above condolence......I meant to say godchild. So sorry
Tuesday October 03, 2017
Condolence From: Jeanne Clark
Condolence: Dear Nancy and family, So very sorry for you loss. My heart goes out to you and pray for healing. After so many years, many people stay in your thoughts. Love to you
Sunday October 01, 2017
Condolence From: Salvatore Coco
Condolence:
Many blessings and love to you and the family, Lorraine. Carolyn and I loved and respected you and Kip. You were always so good to us who were in a courtship period. I hope you will forgive us for being so distant through the years. Especially with. our Granddaughter Alane. We didn't mean for it to happen that way, but it did. I hope and pray that God will bless your family and Kip in Heaven. He was a GOOD guy.
Sunday October 01, 2017
Condolence From: Bob & Trudie Young
Condolence: Lorraine, Steve and Donna, we are so sorry for your loss and hope fond memories and the loving thoughts of others bring you and your family some peace and comfort.

As the Principal of my high school, a strong community leader and a respected friend of my parents Mr. Burkett had a deep and positive influence on our lives. We are so grateful for his presence and guidance.
Friday September 29, 2017
Condolence From: Terre Carpenter
Condolence: Cliff Burkett was a shining example of what a school administrator should be;he was an outstanding principal for years at Fort Kent Community High School. His attempts to see that the FKCHS soccer team was treated fairly by downstate officials will long be remembered by the players and coach. In addition,his fairness,respect,friendliness and sense of humor will not soon be forgotten. To my old bowling teammate--RIP C.B.
Friday September 29, 2017
Condolence From: Sharon and Harry Rideout
Condolence: Blessings to all of you, as you grieve and commemorate the life of your husband, father, grandfather and sibling. May your treasure trove of wonderful memories be filled to overflowing, as you gather with family and friends tomorrow and Saturday.

He was a man of distinction, and his life was one well-lived.
Thursday September 28, 2017
Condolence From: Bob and Jill Nadeau
Condolence: We have many great memories of Mr. Burkett from our high school days. We know he's in a good place. Our condolences to Steve and your family.
Thursday September 28, 2017
Condolence From: Larry Hallowell
Condolence: Lorraine and family, Two men other than my dad made a tremendous impact on my life. Cliff was one of the two. He was my high school principal at Washburn and I worked with him at Fort Kent as a math teacher. I learned so much from him. He was a great mentor, colleague, and friend. I loved this man like a father, as he kind of took me under his arm. I followed his lead and became a high school principal and used a great deal of what he taught me. He will be missed by all whose life he crossed. My condolences to the family.

Wednesday September 27, 2017
Condolence From: JUDITH & DENNIS MERRILL
Condolence: I knew "Mr. Burkett" as my Pleasant Street neighbor and principle of my high school. I had the opportunity to see him a few years ago in Augusta and we chatted about his living and raising a family in Fort Kent. He touched the lives of countless and he will be greatly missed by many.
Our sincere condolences to family and friends.

Judith Hackett Merrill
Readfield, ME
Wednesday September 27, 2017