Everett Turner
July 11, 1934 - January 12, 2012
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Everett Andrew Turner, 77, of Port Charlotte, Florida passed away Thursday, January 12, 2012 at Tidewell Hospice House in Port Charlotte. He was born July 11, 1934 in German Township, Ohio and moved to Port Charlotte in 1994 from Washington State. Everett was a veteran serving in the US Navy and retired from the US…

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jamae garvin left a message on March 2, 2019:
Well it has been seven years since you past away. Mom is with you now, and there isn’t a day that goes by that you are not in my thoughts. I know that I didn’t tell you enough but I hope you know that you are my dad even if it’s not biological. I always considered you my one and only dad. I miss you terribly....
Jean Hoyle-Corrigan left a message on January 15, 2012:
Dear Donna. I am so sorry to hear about Evert. I always enjoyed working with him, he could always make me laugh. I will always remember him as a good friend. May he rest in peace and I will pray for him and you. As always, Jean
Louis E. Nagy left a message on January 15, 2012:
We were so sorry to hear about your husband. We had some good times when he was the Grand Knight at St. Max. May God's love bring you and your family confort and strength. Please accept our deepest sympathy . Peace and Love Lou and Eleanora
Darrell & Paula Erisman left a message on January 16, 2012:
Donna, We will miss Everett and his quick humor, funny stories and the many good times we had together. But the memories will live on forever. He will truly be missed, but not forgotten. Love, Darrell & Paula
Bob Mungovan left a message on January 16, 2012:
Dear Donna, I was deeply saddened to hear about the passing of Everett. He was a good man who was loved by many people. The memories of his wit and his ability to put together an incredible feast will be remembered by all who knew him. Please accept my deepest sympathy and may God bless you and you family during these difficult times. Love, Bob.
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Lester and Jan Turner left a message on January 16, 2012:
Evertt was a good brother and a good friend.We are going to miss the phone calls we had with him.He is one of the reasons that we come from a loving family.We will miss him very much,but we will see him on the other side. When we all get Heaven,what a wonderful time we will have.Save some seats for the rest of us,Everett. Love you very much , Love you Donna .May you find peace in your memories. Les & Jan
Lester and Jan Turner left a message on January 16, 2012:
Dear Donna, We are so sorry to hear of Everett passing away...We will miss our phone calls we had.He was the reason we were a loving and caring family.He will be greatly missed by all of us When we all get to Heaven,What a wonderful time we will have. Just save some seats for all of us,Everett....We love you very much... Love you, Les and Jan
Rhonda Wade left a message on January 16, 2012:
Jan and Family, I will always be able to remember Uncle Everette with a huge smile on my face, cause that is what he loved... to make people smile and laugh! As a kid my family would go to his house for Thanksgiving and we could not wait for the "entertainment" to begin after dinner! Those are memories I will never forget! The disappearing leg, the finger switching hands, the "music" to go with the "tricks"! He was a special person and will be surely missed! My best to all of you. Love, Rhonda (Ron and Karens Daughter, Grace's Granddaughter)
Pamela Turner Billet left a message on January 16, 2012:
Dad, Thank you for making me the person I am today! I LOVED my childhood and have so many fond memories that will live in my heart, always. I know that you will watch over me & guide each and every day. Love you & miss you, Pam
Pat Turner left a message on January 17, 2012:
Greg Turner left a message on January 17, 2012:
I have many wonderful memories of my father, many of them are sense of humor, self acceptance, perseverance, unconditional love and strength. There were many of times a phone call of support got me through some tough moments in my life with words of wisdom and grace. You had a profound effect on my life of in believing in my abilities and in doing so taught me to believe. You taught me to not be deterred by lifes' setbacks cause they will always be there, for you will face others in your life and they will surely test you too. It is these principles that are the foundation of my successes today and I will carry throughout my life. I'll never forget your Navy stories or the jokes you always had for all of us. It is to you Dad I will carry forth everything our family believed in to become happy, successful and see unlimited possibilities in our futures. You are in my memories always. Sorely Missed. Love Greg
Cherie Vetter left a message on January 18, 2012:
MY Uncle Ed... The most unbelievable character... you will be missed by all... RIP Uncles can often be seen as a replacement father figure To me you were more than an Uncle, you were truly a great man in my eyes Someone I could pour my thoughts out to knowing you would cherish the confidence to the end. You've made me laugh, when I wanted to cry. You've made me stronger, when I felt so weak I could die. Whenever I was upset I knew you were there with a shoulder to cry on. Whenever I face a problem and needed some help I know you were one I can rely on. You've always made me happy, I hope now you will truly see. You're more than just an Uncle, to me. ------------ The family is not destroyed, but transformed. A part of it enters the invisible. We believe that dying leads to absence, when it really is a hidden presence. We believe that it creates infinite distance, when it does away with all distance it returns to the spirit what was for a time found in the flesh. Every time someone leaves home and passes away those left behind gain a link in heaven. Heaven is no longer home to angels, unknown saints and a mysterious God, but it becomes familiar. It is the family house, Our families house, So until I can say, I'm home, I'll just say goodbye....
Duane Erisman left a message on January 19, 2012:
Dear Donna, So sorry about the passing of Uncle Everett. All the neices and nephews always had fun with him and loved going to his house in Springboro, OH. You are in our prayers. Duane Erisman & Cathy Erisman
Lenny Taylor left a message on January 19, 2012:
To Donna and my cousins: I send sympathy to all of you on the passing of my uncle Everett. It's been some years since I last saw him, but I remember him as a kind man with a quick smile and sense of humor. He will be remembered. All of our family here in Kentucky sends our love Lenny and Maud Taylor
Gloria (Libecap) Kinnison and Helen Libecap left a message on January 21, 2012:
Donna and family, Our deepest sympathy on the loss of uncle Everett. He was a wonderful man and will be missed very much. He always made sure he regularly called my mother (Helen Libecap, his sister) to check on her and she will surely miss his phone calls. We send our love and prayers to all of Everett's family. Gloria and Mike Kinnison and Helen Libecap
Jamae M Garvin left a message on February 27, 2012:
Hi Dad, It took me a while to figure out what to say in your memory book, so I am going to make it simple. You were the most caring and loving father that any child could want for. I have so much of you installed in me from your work ethics, to discipline and lastly to your kindness. I have so much love for you and I know and always knew that if anyone would make it through the gates of heaven it would be my dad. I love you.....Jamae
Roberson Funeral Home left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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