Burdette Bradley McLean

Born: Sun., Feb. 2, 1930
Died: Mon., Sep. 6, 2010

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Burdette Bradley McLean, a resident of Pendleton, died September 6, 2010 in Pendleton. He was 80 years old. No services are planned. Memorial contributions in his memory may be directed to the St. Anthony's Hospice, and may be sent care of the Burns Mortuary of Pendleton, P.O. Box 489, Pendleton, Oregon 97801. You may send condolences or sign the guest book online at www.burnsmortuary.com Burns Mortuary of Pendleton is in charge of arrangements. Mr. McLean was born February 2, 1930 in Lewistown, Montana. He was the son of Roy A. and Hazelle K. Brown McLean. He was raised and educated in Stanford, Montana. He married Myrl Marek in 1948. He came to Pendleton in 1952, where he owned and operated Pendleton Appliance Service for over 50 years. He was an avid outdoorsman who loved to fish and hunt, and spent his leisure time traveling to fishing & hunting destinations in the Pacific Northwest. He is survived by: daughter, Reita J. Hamilton of Pendleton, a son, Mickey A. McLean of Irrigon, a daughter Penny Jo McLean of Burns, Oregon and daughter, Marilyn A. McLean of Irrigon, nine grandchildren, and six great grandchildren also survive. He was preceded in death by his parents, a brother, and his wife, Myrl.

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Penny Jo McLean
   Posted Sat September 11, 2010
In loving Memory of my father... we traveled many places together over the years. We hunted together for deer, elk, and grouse. We fished at the coast.It didn't matter which side of the boat he was on, he would always catch more fish! I enjoyed all the time we had together, whatever needed done, we did it together. I remember telling him: "I can't wait until I'm out of school" thru the years and he would tell me: "Don't wish your life away", but as we were talking about it a couple months ago, I told him: "Where did the time go? I wish I could go back and do it all over again!" and he would just laugh and say "I told you so!" We had many conversations over the years, and I looked forward to all of them, we would talk for hours! We had a very close relationship and I will always have those memories forever. God be with you Dad...I love you. Penny

Bobbie Conners Bradley
   Posted Sun September 12, 2010
We are so sorry for the loss of Burdette. Though I didn't know him well, we had some nice visits when he came to Wisconsin. My dad, Tom Conners, will be so saddened to hear of the loss of his brother, Burdette. Though Tom and Burdette lived many states apart, they shared the common bond of Hazelle McLean and those memories. Bobbie Bradley

Kathy Cunnington Baker
   Posted Sun September 12, 2010
My Dear Friend Penny! I just want you to know that you are in my thoughts and prayers! I know how you loved your father and your mother. I remember spending the night with you at their home in the mountains. It was so beautiful up there and we had so much fun! May God Bless you and keep you and give you the strength to get through this! Remember all the good times...that will get you through this!

Mike Dennis
   Posted Thu September 16, 2010
Dear Penny, I am sorry for your loss of your dad and I hope you can find peace in the fact that he is resting now. We all mourn the loss of our loved ones but I think we should spend more time celebrating their lives and the love that they shared with us. It is sad right now, but in time the memories and or the pictures will bring back smiles and cherished thoughts. So if you feel down, turn the tears to laughter and relive all the fun you two had. My thoughts are with you. ~Mike~

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