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24 Apr 1972 1
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20 Apr 2010 1
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Aaron Dale Burkeen 2
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Aaron D Burkeen 1
Birth:
24 Apr 1972 1
Death:
20 Apr 2010 1
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Aaron Dale Burkeen a resident of Philadelphia, MS, worked as a Crane Operator for BP and died at the time of explosion. 

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Avoyelles Today, Philadelphia, MS

Aaron Dale Burkeen, 37, oil rig disaster victim Posted May 1st, 2010

PHILADELPHIA – Memorial services were Friday, April 30, 2 p.m. at John E. Stephens Chapel with the Revs. Barry Fulton and Kevin Bryan officiating. Burial will be in North Bend Pentecostal Cemetery.

Mr. Burkeen, 37, of Philadelphia, died Tuesday, April 20, 2010, on Transocean Horizon in the Gulf of Mexico southeast of New Orleans. He had worked for Transocean deep water drilling for 10 years. He attended Neshoba Central High School and East Central Community College.

Survivors include his wife, Rhonda Burkeen of Philadelphia; daughter, Aryn Sydney Burkeen of Alaska; son, Timothy Dale Burkeen; parents, Mary Bryan Burkeen and Roger Burkeen; sisters, Janet Patricia Woodson and her husband, Archie and Felesia Dawn Hamilton and her husband, Charlie, all of Philadelphia; four nephews; two nieces; numerous aunts, uncles and cousins; mother-in-law, Doris Marrs of Pamplin, Va.; and sisters-in-law, Anita Barnes of Philadelphia and Crystal Poole of Henderson, N.C.

He was preceded in death by his maternal grandparents, Gladys and Verda Bryan; and paternal grandparents, Francis and Robert Goodwin and B.C. Burkeen.

For a list of the ten co-oworkers of Mr. Burkeen, who also went missing after the explosion of the oil rig visit:
http://www.avoyellestoday.com/content/names-those-missing-gulf-oil-well-...

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