Warren Michael Burns has passed from this earth to be with the lord at the age of 54 after struggling with a long illness. Warren was born on October 19, 1964 in El Paso TX to Tom and LaVois Burns and was the third child of their 3 sons. At the age of 11, they moved to Van Horn TX where Warren later graduated in 1983. Right out of high school Warren join the US Army's 2nd of the 187th Air Born Rangers. Once retiring from the military, he settled with his 4 kids in Sierra Blanca TX where he was not only a welder, but also showed his love for being a ranch hand. In Early 2000, Warren decided to change careers and went back to school to become a lab and x-ray tech to work at the hospital in his hometown Van Horn TX. On 09/01/2011, he married his wife Belinda and settled in Grandfalls TX with their now 5 kids to later finish his working career in the oil field. Warren will be remembered for not only giving his time as a volunteer firefighter and EMT, but for his love for the cowboy lifestyle and his act of bravery as a Moatengator for the US Army. Warren Burns was preceded in death by his mother LaVois and older brother Wayne Burns. He is survived by his wife Belinda, his father Tom, his brother Butch, his 5 children Brandi, Danielle, Dustin, Thomas, and Gunner Burns and 2 stepchildren Augustyn and Brandon, along with his 7 grandchildren. A memorial will be held for him on Tuesday, March 26, 2019 at 4:00 p.m. at the Harkey Funeral Home Chapel in Monahans Tx with his brother Butch officiating. Visit our website harkeyfunerals.com to sign the guestbook or leave a personal note for the family. Funeral arrangements are under the direction of Harkey Funeral Home.
I’m very sorry for your loss. God promises that soon he will call out to those sleeping in death, and they “will hear his voice and come out.” John 5:28,29. Soon we will be with our loved ones again. Please take care,
My condolences to the family. Will keep the family in prayers.
Terry Sanchez BecerraVan Horn, TX
My condolences and prayers to the Burn's Family.🕆
Lupe Rocha VenturaOdessa, TX
My deepest sympathy to you Belinda and to the family.
Barbara BowdenGrandfalls, TX
Our deepest condolences to the families you will forever be missed Warren ..love the Garcia family ..
Nacho GarciaOdessa, TX
I am devastated to here this sad news. I know your hearts are aching a pain no words will console. I pray you will find joy and peace within soon.
Denise McGee LogueHouston, TX
Condolences to the family. Prayers for peace for all of you.
Michelle GilbreathSNYDER, TX
Warren was my scout leader in van horn for a short time he wil be dearly missed 🙏🙏🙏🙏
KeithRound Rock, TX
I am very sorry for your loss ... and equally saddened at the loss of a Moatengator Brother. Descansa en Paz, Hermano.
Gene RobertsEl Paso, TX
Warren was a great friend and soldier. We served together as paratroopers in Panama.
My condolences to the family. He will greatly be missed by all the lives that he touched.
Tracy McCallumMoss Point, MS
I am so sorry for the families loss. Wishing peace and healing during this difficult time.
Victoria williamsGrandfalls, TX
Much grace for all the Burns family as you grieve the loss of your dear husband, father, son and brother.
Nona GarlickLa Grange, TX
So sorry for your loss. We served together in Panama. May the lord bless you and the family. MOATENGATOR RAHH
Victor AguirreCarson City, NV
So sorry for your loss of your love one. May God take your family in his arms and comfort them in their times of sorrow amen.
Clint McMullenMonahans, TX
I know the pain of losing a husband so my heart aches for you. Our deepest sympathies are with you and your family
Barbara CrawfordGrandfalls, TX
Prayers for your family n friends.
Dondi GrahamGrandfalls, TX