Paper: Evansville Courier & Press (IN)
Deceased: Burneda Frances (Scroggins) Gallion
Date: November 12, 2007
Burneda Frances (Scroggins) Gallion, 69, went home to be with the Lord at her home surrounded by family and friends on Saturday, November 10, 2007. A native of Evansville, she also lived in Wadesville and Crossville for many years before returning to Evansville in 2003, a year after her husband, "Delmo," went home to be with the Lord.
Burneda worked many years at Kent Plastics, which later became Ball Plastics and Whirlpool of Evansville. In later years became a homemaker. She loved her children and grandchildren. In her early years she enjoyed horseback riding and sunbathing, and in later years enjoyed singing karaoke and sunbathing. All who met her were touched by her beautiful smile and sweet disposition.
Preceding her in death is her husband of 45 years, Walter "Delmo" Gallion. Succeeding her in death are her children, James Gallion of Evansville, Steven Gallion and wife, Letty, and grandchildren, Cody and Bianca of San Antonio, Texas, and Nikki (US Navy) of Pensacola, Fla.; Richard Gallion and wife, Erica, and grandchildren, Harley and Harrison of Evansville; Kenneth Gallion and wife, Sharon, and grandchildren, Kendall Honeycutt and husband, Brad, of Clayton, N.C., Aaron, Emilee and Abigail of Fayetteville, N.C.; Melinda Bidabe and husband, Steve, of Chandler, Ind., and grandchildren, Krystal of Norris City, Ill., Ashley of Chandler, Ind., and Steve Jr., (US Navy) of San Diego, Calif.; and great-grandchildren, Preston and Dylan. Also, brothers, James Scroggins  of Kissimmee, Fla., Charles Orange  and Paul Scroggins  of Evansville; and sister, Violet Sweeney  of Las Vegas, Nev.
Special thanks to Lori and Ann of Vista Care Hospice and special thanks to the family and friends who have provided cards, flowers, food, love and concern.
Services will be 10 a.m. Tuesday, November 13, 2007, at Alexander West Chapel, officiated by Rev. Ken Gallion, with burial at Locust Hill Cemetery. Friends may visit Monday from 2 to 8 p.m. at the funeral home.
Condolences may be made online at www.mem.com. Arrangements by Alexander West Chapel, 2100 W. Illinois St.
Copyright, 2007, Evansville Courier & Press