Doreen Turner
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jeudi
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Visitation

19:00 - 21:00
jeudi, le 20 juin 2019
Fournier Funeral Services
715 Edward Street
Hearst, Ontario, Canada
705-362-4644
vendredi
21
juin

Funeral

11:00
vendredi, le 21 juin 2019
St. Pauls/St. Matthews United Church
906 Alexandra Street
Hearst, Ontario, Canada

Interment

Riverside Cemetery
Front Street
Hearst, Ontario, Canada
Following funeral service

Nécrologie de Doreen May Turner

Doreen May Turner from Hearst, passed away peacefully on June 17th, 2019 at 10:35 a.m. at the age of 92.  Doreen (born Stephen) was born on August 30th, 1926 in Inverness Shire, Scotland.  She was the proud daughter of the Late James Stephen and the Late Jessie Stephen.  She was also predeceased by her loving son Larry Turner, her sisters; MaryAnn Stephen, Florence Ritchie and her brother James Stephen, all from Scotland.

Doreen is survived by her children; Jonathan (Patricia) of Louisville, Kentucky, Florence Chambers (Edmund) of Omaha, Nebraska and Kenneth (Monica) of Milton, Ontario.  She will also be missed by 10 grandchildren; Krista Crowell from Louisville, Kentucky, William Allerton, Heather Allerton, Kenneth Allerton from Omaha, Nebraska. Richard Turner (Jordyn) from Barrie, Jonathan Turner (Morgan McCartney) from Toronto, Alisha (Reid) from Philadelphia, Mitchell from Milton, Jeffrey from Hearst and Jesse from Thunder Bay.  As well as 6 great-grandchildren; Alex Narducci from Omaha Nebraska, Emma, Luke and Aubry Crowell from Louisville Kentucky, Elliott Halloran and Turner Halloran from Philadelphia.  Doreen also leaves behind her brother; George (Mable) Stephen from Carrbridge, and her brother-in-law David Ritchie of Inverness Shire, Scotland as well as many nieces, nephews and loving friends.

Doreen came to Canada as a war bride on June 6th 1946.  She worked for many years at the Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce and retired in 1992. She also was a lifetime member of the Canadian Legion and was a lifetime member of St. Matthew/St Paul’s Anglican/United Church.

Doreen enjoyed, walking, knitting, cooking, baking, visiting with friends and along with being the most wonderful mother and friend, she would go out of her way to help others. We know that the last 14 years were the happiest because of the love she had for Erwin Beger.

The family wishes to thank the wonderful staff at Foyer des Pionnier’s nursing home in Hearst for the care given to Doreen.  Doreen touched many lives in her life and in her death will always be remembered.  She will be missed and leaves a great imprint in the hearts of all who crossed her path.

In lieu of flowers, the family would appreciate donations towards the St. Matthew/St Paul’s Anglican/United Church in Hearst.  To make a donation, please call Lois Levasseur: 705-362-4176

St. Matthew/St. Paul's Anglican United Church, Box 1029, Hearst, ON. P0L1N0

~The Turner family and the Beger family would like to say thank you to all for attending Doreen May Turner's funeral service.  A special thank you to the Foyer des Pionniers, Saint Pauls/Saint Matthews Anglican/United Church, the Legion, the Legion Ladies' Auxiliary and all who sent flowers, donations and food~.

 

Nous avons le regret d'annoncer le décès de Mme Doreen May Turner, le 17 juin 2019 à Hearst à l'âge de 92 ans.  Elle laisse dans le deuil ses enfants; Jonathan (Patricia) de Louisville, Florence Chambers (Edmund) d'Omaha, Nebraska et Kenneth (Monica) de Milton.  Elle laisse aussi dans le deuil 10 petits-enfants; Krista Crowell de Louisville, Kentucky, William Allerton, Heather Allerton, Kenneth Allerton d'Omaha, Nebraska. Richard Turner (Jordyn) de Barrie, Jonathan Turner (Morgan McCartney) de Toronto, Alisha (Reid) de Philadelphia, Mitchell de Milton, Jeffrey de Hearst et Jesse de Thunder Bay. 

Ainsi que 6 arrière-petits-enfants; Alex Narducci de Omaha Nebraska, Emma, Luke et Aubry Crowell de Louisville Kentucky, Elliott Halloran et Turner Halloran de Philadelphia.  Doreen laisse également dans le deuil son frère; George (Mable) Stephen de Carrbridge, et son beau-frère David Ritchie d'Inverness Shire, en Écosse ainsi que plusieurs neveux, nièces et amis(es).

Doreen fut prédécéder par ses parents; feu James Stephen et feu Jessie Stephen ainsi que son fils; Feu Larry Turner et ses soeurs; Feu MaryAnn Stephen, Feu Florence Ritchie et son frère; Feu Stephen, tous en Écosse.

Épouse de guerre, Doreen arrive au Canada le 6 juin 1946.  Elle a travaillé pendant plusieurs années pour la Banque de Commerce pour prendre sa retraite en 1992.  Elle était membre de la Légion ainsi que de l'église St.Matthew/St.Paul.

Doreen aimait la marche, le tricot, cuisiner et rendre visite à ses amis(es).  Une mère et amie dévouée, qui avait toujours le bien-être de son entourage à coeur.  Les 14 dernières années furent remplies d'amour et de bonheur avec Erwin Beger.

La famille désire sincèrement remercier la direction et le personnel du Foyer des Pionniers pour les soins prodigués à Doreen.  Le passage de Doreen parmi nous, a touché la vie et le coeur de tous qui a eu la chance de croiser son chemin.

Au lieu de fleurs, la famille apprécierait les dons envers l'église St.Matthew/St.Paul à Hearst.  Pour faire un don, s.v.p contacter Lois Levasseur au: 705-362-4176

St Matthew/St. Paul's Anglican United Church, C.P. 1029, Hearst, ON. P0L1N0

 

 

 

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