Norman Edward Turner

Norman Edward Turner, 90 of Edinburg, died Monday, July 7, 2014 at Shenandoah Memorial Hospital in Woodstock.

Mr. Turner was born May 23, 1924 in Hudson Cross Roads, son of the late Charles F. and Annie Coffman Turner.

Mr. Turner served in the Civilian Conservation Corp at Camp Roosevelt, Edinburg, Virginia.

He was a Corporal in the United States Army Air Corp during W.W. II

He worked for Capitol Cadillac for 22 years in Washington, D.C. and retired as a janitor at Stonwall Jackson High School.

Mr. Turner was a member of St. John Bosco Roman Catholic Church in Woodstock and was a former member of the United Church of Christ at Hudson Cross Roads.

He is survived by his wife, Vincenzina M. Turner whom he married July 15, 1946. He is also survived by a daughter, Linda E. Burr; four sons Lawerence E. Turner, Charles F. Turner, Robert E. Turner and Clarence L. Turner; 12 grandchildren; six great grandchildren; and a sister, Anna Baker.

Funeral services will be Saturday at 2 p.m. at the Dellinger Funeral Home in Mt. Jackson by Father Michael Dobbins. Burial will follow at Hudson Cross Roads Cemetery with Military Honors.

The family will receive friends Friday  from 6 to 8 p.m. at the funeral home.

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5 Condolences to Norman Edward Turner

  1. Debbie Windsor Coon says:

    I am so so sorry for the loss of Uncle Norman, he will truly be missed. This is one of life changes that is so hard to get use to. It leaves a big hole in our hearts forever. There are so many things I will always remember about Uncle Norman’s but most of all his big smirk kinda smile, especially if you were up to no good. Forever missed. Family is in my thoughts and prayers.

  2. Lou Gable says:

    To the Turners,
    It seems like yesterday we were playing in our yards in Sterling, Va. and now we are losing loved ones, becoming grandparents and wondering where all the time went. Im so sorry to hear about Norman. He was a nice and gentle man to all of us kids when we were young. God Bless all of you and you all were never forgotten.

    Lou Gable

  3. Sharon (Good) Fox says:

    To Aunt Mae and family. We are all so saddened to hear of Uncle Norman’s passing. He was a wonderful man, a good husband and father. We all have so many memories of our youth, when my mom (Pauline) would visit with them, we all played together and had great fun. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all now. Uncle Norman and Aunt Mae were always so good to us and we are greatful. He will be missed but he is now with the Lord and I know, while he will miss his loved ones on earth, he is in the arms of his Lord. May God bless his family in this their time of grief. From all of the “Good” children, rest in peace.

  4. Pam Lineweaver Wymer says:

    So sorry for the loss of Uncle Norman. Will be praying for Aunt Mae and family.

  5. Scott & Lisa Kiracofe says:

    Mae, Linda, Larry, Charlie, Bobbie, and Bink,

    You have been in our thoughts and prayers since we heard about your dear husband and father. May the memories you created together carry you through the difficult days ahead.

    Scott & Lisa Kiracofe