Rosalind “Tina” Lea Burman, 58, Roaring Spring, handed away Friday with household by her facet at Juniper Expert Care at Brookline, State Faculty. She was born at Centre Group Hospital in Bellefonte, to Stella Confer Burman and Henry M. Burman.
Tina is survived by her siblings: Barbara Burman Ermol (Larry) of State Faculty, Brian N. Burman (Kathy) of Monticello, Ga., and Russell Burman (Robin) of State Faculty; three nieces; two nephews; three great-nieces; and two great-nephews.
Tina was an animal lover and had many pets all through her lifetime together with cats, canines, goats, chickens, lambs and raccoons.
She graduated from State Faculty Excessive Faculty and went on to earn her B.S. in bodily schooling/sports activities enterprise from Penn State College in 1984. Whereas attending Penn State, Tina began her enterprise profession working for Motion Sports activities in downtown State Faculty. She relocated to the Allentown/Easton space to work her method up the company ladder for numerous companies earlier than discovering a spot at Daytimers Inc. Whereas there, Tina’s positions included supervisor for company accounts and enterprise operations. In 2002, she moved on to take a place at Crayola. There she managed gross sales groups accountable for 800 accounts, traveled the East Coast for commerce exhibits and reported to the vice chairman of gross sales.
In 2007, Tina moved on for the quiet life within the nation, buying the Walter Martin property in Roaring Spring. She restored the Martin home and turned it right into a 5 bed room retreat often known as the Sunhearth Trails Mattress and Breakfast. In her 10 years there, Tina’s love of entertaining, cooking, antiques and family tree mixed to make Sunhearth a memorable and stress-free place the place company would return 12 months after 12 months.
Together with working the mattress and breakfast, Tina loved working for Blair County Well being Decisions in Hollidaysburg.
Considered one of Tina’s final accomplishments was engaged on the H.O.P.E. Drop In middle in Altoona. H.O.P.E. Drop In offers a secure place selling well being, alternative, function and empowerment for these in restoration.
Companies will likely be non-public and on the comfort of the household.
In lieu of flowers Tina’s household asks that you just make a donation in her identify to both Pets Come First at 2451 Common Potter Freeway, Centre Corridor, PA 16828; or H.O.P.E. Drop In, 711 Ninth Ave., Altoona, PA. 16602.