Deanna Burton Death Milwaukee WI, Deanna Burton has passed away

Deanna Burton Death, Obituary – Deanna S. Burton When Deanna Burton was a child, she lived in the central city of Milwaukee, and she often fantasized about having a career in either the field of journalism or education when she grew up. She worked as a writer and editor for the Milwaukee Times High School Journalism Training Program, where her responsibilities included providing kids in the surrounding area with news articles from the local newspaper. Following graduation from Emmaus Lutheran School and Milwaukee Lutheran High School, she continued her education at Alverno College and Cardinal Stritch University, where she earned a bachelor’s degree in secondary education and a master’s degree in educational leadership, respectively.

Her formal education began at Emmaus Lutheran School and ended at Milwaukee Lutheran High School. At the moment, she is putting the finishing touches on her dissertation for her doctoral degree at Cardinal Stritch. The subject of her research is “African American Males and College Retention,” and it is about college enrollment and graduation rates among African American males. Both Messmer High School and Vincent High School in the city of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, have benefited from her expertise as a language arts educator during the course of her career.

At Oconomowoc High School, Deanna received a promotion in 2006 that allowed her to take on the role of assistant principal. After another three years, she was offered the job of principal at Ixonia Elementary School, where she currently works and considers herself as a “agent of change and a trader of hope.”  Dr. Deanna Burton was an educated, loving, spiritual, special woman. It is still unbelievable that she is gone. Heaven has another beautiful Angel. No more pain. She is at peace now. Please send Prayers to my family. The overwhelming amount of hurt do to losing her is great. I heard the chimes of bells today and I know that was Deanna getting her wings.