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Russell Burror
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Obituary for Russell Burror

Russell Jeffrey Burror passed away on April 5, 2018. He was born in 1973 in Lancaster Pennsylvania. His family moved to Antioch in 1975. He went to Marsh Elementary, Park Junior High and graduated from Antioch High School in 1992. He attended Los Medanos Junior College before transferring to Chico State where he graduated in 1997.

Russell played Little League and Babe Ruth baseball. He also played high school and college baseball, soccer.

As a father to his son, Justin, he loved coaching baseball and soccer for many years.

Russell became a lifeguard in high school and college and worked for the EBRP district as a field supervisor and Antioch Water Park as Recreation Specialist teaching many children how to become lifeguards. He worked for the American Red Cross as a Territorial Aquatics Specialist and recently began working for the Fulton El Camino Recreation District as a Recreation Supervisor in Sacramento.

He is survived by his wife Jennifer and son Justin, parents James and Charlotte and brother, James Jr. (Tina). He is also survived by his nephews Matthew and Andrew and niece Lauren and many cousins. Russell was preceeded in death by his maternal and paternal grandparents, cousin Eric and brother-in-law David.

In lieu of flowers the family request donations be made to the Antioch High Golf team Attn. Boys Golf Team 700 W.18th St. Antioch Ca. 94509 Attn: John Luis or Friends of FEC 2201 Cottage Way Sacramento, Ca. 95825.

Plans for a Celebration of Russell’s Life are still pending.


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