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Sgt. Ronald L. Burdette Born December 4, 1954 - January 2, 1986.
1973 Ronald L. Burdette, joined the United States Army after graduating from Compton Sr. High School. Ronald dedicated his life to serving his country until his death in a tragic accident, while serving in the U.S. Army. Ronald was a twin to his sister Donna L. Burdette (Hefflin), also class of 1973 Compton Sr. High School. Sgt. Burdette, also leaves behind daughter Dermetris Burdette, 21 years of age (Jacksonville Alabama). Ronald was always a person with a warm heart, and always was there to give a helping hand to those he loved. Ronald is truly missed by family and friends.
Byron Michael O'Gilvie, graduated from Compton High School in 1973. Although I didn't attend high school with Byron, I finally had the pleasure of meeting him and becoming a good friend of his, but not until 1998, until his passing this year in April. I know that anyone who knew and loved him and visits this memorial page will agree that Byron was a most amazing human being. I know I've never known anyone like him. Byron truly had a special way about understanding, loving and caring for his friends and family. I was honored to know him and to have spent alot of truly precious time with him. This world will never be the same without him and neither will I. Rest in Peace dearest friend; until we meet again. Julie (Gigi) McDonald.