Tranada Rhea Burke- Gravesite moment please
Tranada Rhea Burke- Gravesite
Taranada's gravesite at the McCullough Cemetery in Bulls Gap, Hawkins County, Tennessee, USA. This photo is from and was added by Sabrina Combs.
Date & Place: at McCullough Cemetery in Whitesburg, Hawkins County, Tennessee 37891, United States
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Tranada Rhea Burke
Tranada Rhea (Poole) Burke of Phoenix, Maricopa County, Arizona United States was born on October 21, 1957 in Shreveport, Caddo Parish County, Louisiana United States. She was married to Andrew Joseph Styke in Greeneville, Greene County, Tennessee and they later divorced. She had a child Mandy Schnace (Styke). Tranada Burke died at age 40 years old on May 7, 1998 in Kingman, Mohave County, Arizona United States, and was buried at McCullough Cemetery in Whitesburg, Hawkins County, Tennessee 37891, United States.
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