George E. Turner

Born on 07/27/1944

Departed on 12/21/2013

Resided in Caroline County, Virginia

George Edward Turner, 69, of Caroline County, passed away Saturday, Dec. 21, 2013 at Spotsylvania Regional Medical Center.

Mr. Turner was a native of West Virginia and had retired as a heavy equipment operator. He was a member of the Fredericksburg Moose Lodge #1655 and attended Ladysmith Baptist Church. He was an avid sportsman who loved hunting and fishing.

Survivors include his wife of 31 years Barbara J. Turner; seven children: three from the Fredericksburg area: Kim, Dean, and Leo, and four daughters from California: Angela, Kristina, Michelle, and Kimberely; thirty grandchildren; brothers William and Andrew Turner; and many nieces and nephews.

A memorial service will be held at 3:30pm Friday, Dec. 27 at Covenant Funeral Service, Fredericksburg Chapel. Interment will be private.

Memorials may be made to his wife, Barbara J. Turner, in care of Covenant Funeral Service.

 

13 thoughts on George E. Turner

  1. William R. Turner, Sr., Kelly J. Carratura & family on said:

    May you rest in peace…

  2. Kristina Kroening on said:

    May you go with God. REST IN PEACE.

  3. Angie Turner Trammell on said:

    May you Rest in Peace Dad.. I love you.. God Bless.. Your daughter Angie

  4. Kandice Trammell on said:

    Your painful days are over
    Your restless nights have passed
    God took you in His arms
    And whispered: Peace at last.

    May you rest in peace, Grandpa George.

  5. Katrina Turner on said:

    May you rest in peace Grandpa George

  6. Debby Turner-Petty on said:

    Rest in Peace Uncle George. We will miss you deeply.

  7. peggy edwards on said:

    Rest in peace we will miss you and you will always be in our hearts. you were a dear friend and part of the family. we will never forget you we love you very much.

  8. Alfred & Kay Day on said:

    Barbara & Family. A note to tell you how much George and you were so close to our heart. Alfred & George were always paling around together. George would make coffee at the camp, and Alfred would come over. After coffee, they would both take a nap on the sofas–no doubt no hunting that day. George always tooted the horn on his black truck when he came up to the camp, and this was a signal for Alfred to come over. What beautiful memories of a wonderful, caring man who would at times come to our house for breakfast or supper. Barbara, you did such an outstanding job, so be proud as a caretaker and loving wife. We are so sorry for your loss, but at least George is at rest.

  9. Kimberly Turner-Rios on said:

    Dad, I Will always remember you calling me “Baby Doll” that I will always be. Our father in heaven so it must be.Rest in his precious love in peace, You will always be in our hearts. With love your daughter Kimberly

  10. Lil Joe on said:

    GT,Love you and miss you.You will always be my Hunting Buddy.

  11. Todd and Michelle Heier on said:

    Barb,
    We are so very sorry to hear of George’s passing. Our thoughts and prayers go out to you and your families.
    Take care Barb, we are thinking about you.
    Todd and Michelle Heier

  12. Clarence and Shirley Funk on said:

    So sorry to hear this..we enjoyed his visits when he came to the cabin. We remember his politeness and smile. Still talk about the dinner we shared that Sunday with both of you. God bless you and keep you Barbara in the days ahead. Clarence and Shirley

  13. DJ Panknin on said:

    Many memories of George hanging out at my shop when it was in ladysmith was always willing to lend a hand, a good friend who will be missed,was just thinking about him and learned of his passing, Rest In Peace ole buddy

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