Michelle Louise Burdette
November 25, 1972 ~ February 2, 2020
Michelle Louise Burdette, 47, of Weirton, passed away Sunday, February 2, 2020 in the Allegheny General Hospital, Pittsburgh. She was born November 25, 1972, in Weirton, a daughter of the late Louis Eugene and Evelyn Ruth Brobston Hans, Sr. She was also preceded in death by her brother James Hans, and sister Lissa Rose Hans.
She is survived by her husband Bradley James Burdette; daughters Fawn Davis, Diamond (Zack) Chervenak and Cheyanah Burdette; brothers Louis (Joanne) Hans and Brian (Kathy) Hans all of Weirton; sisters Diane (Gilbert) Bunkley of Colliers, Melissa (Doug) Stonebraker of Ohio, Susan (Earl) Eddie of Weirton, Margaret Panko of Vermont and Sherry (Curtis) McAllister of Weirton and grandchildren Tristin and C.J. Davis, Carson Chervenak, Hailynn, and Paislee Ross and Cadence and Aaliyah Davis
The family’s request for cremation has been honored.
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Michelle and I knew each other briefly. We met through her daughter,Cheyanah, and my grandson, Strider. We had several conversations and communicated through Facebook. She had many struggles. I pray she is at peace now. May the Holy Spirit surround her family with compassion, comfort and peace.
I am so devestated. Michelle shopped at my DG store & we talked for hours as she filled her buggy. I grew to love this wonderful, brave, sweet girl. She loved her children & grandbabies so much & enjoyed having them around every minute she could. She suffered so much the last couple of years, and struggled thru her pain with beauty & grace. I will never forget her, a truly beautiful woman inside & out. I love you Michelle!
She was the most loving, understanding,kind hearted person anyone would ever meet in their entire life. She was so forgiving no matter what the circumstances. She will always be loved and missed dearly <3
I knew Michelle from the store I work at. Such a sweet girl who doted over her children and fought a brave fight to stay with them. My all time, hands down favorite customer who always had a good word about everyone. She is sadly missed.. 💔😪