In loving memory of

John Harvey Burrows
June 24, 1971 - July 7, 2020

Mr. John Harvey Burrows, 49, of Mocksville, died Tuesday, July 7, 2020, at his home.

He was born June 24, 1971, in Mecklenburg County, to the late William Harvey and Peggy Ann Martin Burrows. Mr. Burrows had been the owner of Five Points Station in Charlotte and had currently been employed on the road crew of the City of Winston-Salem. He had attended Reynolda Church and was a member of the Farmington Ruritan Club. Mr. Burrows loved the outdoors, including hunting, fishing and clay shooting. He had served as a youth coach with the hunter safety team. Mr. Burrows especially loved his family and Jesus.

Survivors include his wife, Amy Caudle Burrows; children, Brittany Causey (Matthew Hunter), Tyler Nichols, Kyla Burrows (Joe Prock), Hunter Nichols, Abby Wilkerson and Kenzie Burrows; siblings, Mary Rabon Burrows, William Harold Burrows (Glenda), Shirley Huffman (Shannon); and numerous special nieces and nephews.

A memorial service will be conducted at 11 a.m., Saturday, July 11, at The Farmhouse at Gemini, 3320 NC Hwy 801 N, with Rev. Brandon Williams officiating. The family requests attendees to dress in casual attire and wear masks.

In lieu of flowers, the family requests that memorials be considered for WFBMC Office of Philanthropy Alumni Relations, P.O. Box 571021, Winston-Salem, NC 27157, Memo: John Burrows/Pancreatic Cancer Research; or Reynolda Church, 2200 Reynolda Road, Winston-Salem, NC 27106.

Online condolences:


Victoria wrote on Jul 10, 2020:

"John you will surely be missed God brother. I will remember all the times we all had as young kids going boat riding and going to the fish camp and movies. Say hi to my daddy for me. Love you, Cotton"

Doris Peay wrote on Jul 9, 2020:

"John, the City of Winston Salem will be at a loss without you.Thank you for being a coworker and friend.Rest in peace my friend."

Vicki James wrote on Jul 8, 2020:

"rest easy John...when I hear the dance I will think of ya watch over us all see you again one day friend!!!"

Betty Malpass wrote on Jul 8, 2020:

"RIP John!"