Holly Burke Obituary, Death – Holly Burke was an incredible friend, a fierce champion, and a sage instructor. She passed away in 2016. She most recently held the position of EMS Liaison at St. Mark’s Hospitals, having previously held it at Jordan Valley Hospitals. Holly is going to be sorely missed. Everyone will grieve her passing in their own unique ways. She fought cancer for a long time but ultimately succumbed to its debilitating effects and passed away yesterday. Holly’s contribution toward the construction of a very vital bridge between the emergency medical services divisions of the fire service and the hospitals to which we transfer patients has earned us a great deal of gratitude, and we would want to express that gratitude to her in the strongest possible terms.
Her contribution helped construct a bridge that connects the hospitals to which we transfer patients and the emergency medical services divisions of the fire service. Her contribution assisted in the building of a bridge that connects the emergency medical services divisions of the fire service to the hospitals to which we transfer patients. Along with being a helpful instructor and a friend who was there for us when we needed help, she also supplied us with materials that we could use to boost our academic performance. This was in addition to the fact that she was there for us when we needed aid. When we were in need of assistance, she was there for us. When we needed her aid, she was there to give it to us and was always ready.
After she has moved on, each one of us is going to have a profound sense of loss and miss her a great deal. She was a wonderful person. She played an extremely important role in each of our lives. During this difficult time, we want the Burke family to know that we are thinking about them and that we offer our sincerest condolences to them. We want to let them know that we are thinking about them and that we are thinking about them. We would like for them to be aware that we are considering them and that they can always count on us to be here for them. By letting them know that we are thinking about them, we hope to demonstrate to them that we care about them and that we are considering them.