Remembering Thomas Turner 
May 18, 1942, to July 27, 2008)
Part 2
Guest Book for

Thomas John Turner


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   August 17, 2008
To Lenora, Michelle, Holly, Richard, Garth and all the others that we haven't met, Bob Morgan and his family express their deep regret at the passing of dear, brave Tom. We are poorer indeed. Bob and Ewa Morgan
   Robert Morgan (Venice, Italy)

   August 14, 2008
To Tom Turner's Family and Friends... All the members of Sigma Alpha Epsilon from the early sixties will always remember Tom......The Toledo SAE Alumni Assoc. will send a rememberance to the SAE Foundation/Ohio Nu Scholarship Fund so that future Brothers can benefit forever......So sorry to hear of Tom's early passing to the next lifetime since we were pledge brothers together....May he rest in peace....Phi Alpha to Tom.....Chuck Hodge, Pres. of Toledo SAE Alumni
   Chuck Hodge (Toledo, OH)

   August 13, 2008
No words can say how much I'll miss you, my best friend, as well as my brother. I love you so and I will miss you more than you could know. We were always there for one another and we brightened each otherís days. Sleep well and rest in total peace, relax and please watch over us. Heaven has taken you up above and the Angels will give you lots of love, because what you've brought into this world is love and joy and lots of pearls. Shining bright, like a star in the sky, your smile alone would make me fly. The treasured memories of you will live in my heart. Ever-Loving Sister Michele
   Michele Turner (Rockville Centre, NY)

   August 11, 2008
The class of 1960, Oceanside High School, Oceanside, NY, remembers Tom Turner, one of our most popular and charismatic members.  A special memorial tribute page for him may be found at
   Howie Levy (Las Vegas, NV)

   August 11, 2008
We last saw each other 39 years ago and I am sorry we did not keep up. You were a great friend and I have thought about our fun times many times over the years.
   jack bandrevics (hailey, ID)

   August 8, 2008
To the Turner Family and Friends, Sad to hear of Tom's passing. He was a distinctive individual who always remembered old friends, could be counted on for a laugh, and was a great conversationalist (even if I couldn't hold up my end during late night phone calls). I knew Tom from TU and the Tabard - two formative institutions in my life. RIP old friend.
   Pat Collins (Roswell, NM)

   August 4, 2008
To the Family of Tom Turner, Tom was a great friend and a great guy. I worked for him during my college years and will miss his warm sense of humor, his unfailing good cheer and his great advice. Be proud of him, He was one-of-a-kind. Mark R. Walsh
   Mark Walsh (Springfield, MO)

   August 4, 2008
We'll miss ya Tom! For all our great conversations and times together. Save a spot for us! Gladys and Penny
   Gladys Rico (Artesia, CA) 

   August 3, 2008
I doubt I could ever find the words to ever describe my memories of Tom. He was surely one of the most unique people to have ever been part of my life. I am sure of one thing... one of the fist things he did after the Valkyrie carried him to Valhalla was to pick up the phone book and start thumbing through it. I will miss the old fart... Rest well old friend, you have earned your place in Valhalla.
   Mel Arndt (Toledo, OH)

   August 2, 2008
To The Tom Turner Family, So very sorry to learn of Tom's death last week. His many friends in Toledo remember Tom as a true one of a kind. I met him at TU in 1966 and we remained friends since then. No one could tell a story better, laugh louder or enjoy life as much as Tom. I will miss the cellphone calls, book suggestions and good cheer that he always left me with. Your loss cannot be measured. I know what a good father he was and how much he cared for you all. I wish Tom peace.
   George Stamos (Toledo, OH)



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