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5201 Lakeshore Drive
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Raymond Turner

Raymond "Ray" Turner

Tuesday, December 13th, 1938 - Monday, February 8th, 2021
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Raymond “Ray” Lewis Turner of Bonnyville, Alberta passed away at the age of 82 years.
Ray is lovingly survived by his four siblings: Richard Turner of Ponoka, AB, Clarence Turner of Elk Point, AB, Bertha Stare of Saskatoon, SK, Bruce (Beverly) Turner of Courtenay, BC; numerous nieces & nephews; as well as his congregational families in Bonnyville & Vermilion.
Ray was predeceased by his parents: Leo & Goldia Turner; four siblings: Lawrence Turner, Stanley Turner, Volney Turner, Frederick Turner in infancy; brother-in-law: Barrie Stare.
A private, invitational only, funeral service was held on Friday, February 12, 2021 at 11:00 a.m. at Memento Funeral Chapel, Bonnyville, Alberta with Darrel Turner, Leah Lennox & Holly Goldsmid officiating. Eulogy by Dean Thompson. Pallbearers: Don Winter, George Hofer, Phil Pearman, Bryan Pearman, Braden Thompson, Delton Thompson. Final resting place, Vermilion Public Cemetery, Vermilion, Alberta with Darrel Turner & Graeme Goodkey officiating.

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    Friday, February 12th, 2021 | 11:00am
    Friday, February 12th, 2021 11:00am
    Memento Funeral Chapel, Bonnyville
    5201 Lakeshore Drive
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    Due to Covid 19 restrictions a private invitational only funeral service will be held.
  • Interment

    Vermilion Public Cemetery
    44 Street south on Hwy 16
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Karen St.Amant

Posted at 10:50pm
Sending condolences to Ray's family and know that he touched many lives. I worked at the hospital for many years and would see Ray or talk to him on the phone often when he called. Often he just wanted to have someone to talk to, voice his concerns or tell us whatever was going on in his world. He was always understanding of busy times and appreciative of time spent with him. Ray gave many smiles and had a neat quirky sense of humour. When he would laugh, the world laughed with him!
Loved those moments. He will be missed.

Donna Fedorus

Posted at 07:43pm
Sending my condolences to the rest of the Turner family. The Turner’s lived in the Muriel district as did my family ( Martin Aarbo family) we knew them well . I attended Volley’s funeral and still keep in touch with Bertha. We also saw Raymond many times in Bonnyville’s and have talked to Clarence who is in the Elk Point lodge. Donna Aarbo Fedorus. RIP

Ed & Maureen Anderson

Posted at 02:52pm
We have known ‘Ray’ for many years. His Dad built the barn on the farm back in the late 40’s. Before my time but Eddie remembers the boys coming with their Dad. After we were married Raymond and brothers would drive in for a visit. Always full of stories! When he moved to Bonnyville he didn’t come to the farm as often but we would see him in Bonnyville; on the street, sometimes at the restaurant; happy to see and visit with Eddie. So sorry to see he has passed on. Our condolences to his family!

Angi Petrie

Posted at 04:15pm
For the four years I worked in BV, Ray would come by my office twice a day to chat and visit. He always had the latest story or we talked about things that made him happy. Sometimes we just sat and watched the cars go by. We laughed and he was part of my day that I really looked forward to. I tracked him down last year at Extendcare and he remembered me. Again , we enjoyed a good conversation and laughter. I wish for
Ray’s family to know how important he was to so many people and how many lives he touched. I am truly grateful I get to call him my friend. Rest In Peace Ray. I will miss you

Audrey Lajeunesse

Posted at 07:51pm
I’ve had fun talks with Ray for over fifteen years! I considered him a friend.
I remember when he would stop by our embroidery shop and watch the
machines sew. He really enjoyed that. We will miss him. RIP Ray. 🙏

Bryon and Marjoire Pearman Posted at 03:26pm

Our Sincere Sympathy to you Bertha, Richard, Clarence, Bruce and your families. We had the privilege of walking along beside your brother Ray for the last 38 years. On the same path with its hills and valleys and twists and turns. I’d like to mention the hilltop times of Rays weeks was when he attended his little fellowship meetings and shared a few words of thanks and appreciation to the God of Heaven for his Son Jesus. We witnessed this last year as Ray crossed his last miles of bumpy road in awe. To see him fitting into his new home, pushing though his lonely days and struggles with his health, though it all seeing his peace and contentment like we had never seen before. We miss is regular phone calls. May you find Comfort in your loss. Love Bryon and Marjorie Pearman

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