My Mom signed me up for Ms. Burdette's Kindergarten and Day School in the 70's and she was a fantastic person and teacher. Every time I pass by the family home place at the intersection, I can see the cars lined up to us kids up. God Bless her and your family. She was loved by many!
Larry, Patricia and Stacey Richardson
I have the fondest memories of your sweet mother. She was my kindergarten teacher and became my friend as well. Our families intertwined through the years and we had the same maid growing up, Mrs Mattie Ridley. Mrs Sarah was the sweetest, most kind hearted lady always had a smile and never failed to ask me how my family was doing when I would see her. Growing up I visited the downtown store just about everyday and always had conversations with Mr Burdette and Mrs Sarah when she was there. I send my deepest condolences for you loss and pray God wraps his loving arms around you for strength. She lived a beautiful life and will always be remembered. Love Patricia Truitt
Mrs. Burdette was a Godsend for my daughter who lost her Dad when she was 5.We moved home from Alaska and my daughter attended her Kindergarten, Mrs. Burdette was a loving influence on her. For that I will forever be greatful. Praying for her family she will surely be missed.
Quattlebaum’s was founded in 1930 by Robert B. Quattlebaum on Roanoke’s West Point Street. Relocated to Maple Drive, Quattlebaum Funeral Home was just across from Knight Sanatorium for many years. In 1953, a new building was constructed on College Street – where the funeral home is today.
Quattlebaum Funeral Home
319 College Street Roanoke, Alabama 36274 Phone (334) 863-4141