In Memory

Geoffrey Turner

Geoffrey "Geoff" L. Turner, 41, of 1628 Locust Hill Road, Max Meadows.

Geoff went to be with his Lord Tuesday, April 10, 2001.

He was born on November 25, 1959 in Pulaski, and was the son of the late Harvey B. Turner.

He graduated from Pulaski County High School, New River Community College

and Wytheville Community College. He worked at Pulaski Community Hospital, Radford

Community Hospital, Radford Arsenal and was founder and owner of Friendship Gardens,

Locust Hill in Wythe County. 

"If the end of the world were immanent, I still would plant a tree today." OTTO FRANK

Surviving are: mother, Dorothy East Turner of Max Meadows; sister and brother-in-law, Peg and Ken Riggle of

Staunton; brother and sister-in-law, Jack and Jean Turner of Winchester; three special

friends, Ike Huff, Sandy and Marlene Hughett, all of Max Meadows; special niece, Lexie Lovell of Max Meadows and

several other nieces and nephews.

Funeral services will be held Friday at 2 p.m. from the Stevens Funeral Chapel, Pulaski,

with Rev. Sonny Ayers officiating.  Burial will follow in the Draper's Valley Pentecostal

Holiness Church Cemetery, Wythe County.  Visiting will be this evening at Stevens Funeral Home

where the family will receive friends from 7 until 9 p.m. Arrangements by Stevens Funeral Home, Inc. in Pulaski.

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08/07/08 04:53 PM #1    

Susan Henley (Paris)

Jeff was an only child and a quiet one at that. He and his mom lived on Randolph street there in Pulaski. He also was a pretty good clarinet player! I saw him not long before he passed away and he didnt look very good then but I didnt get to talk with him. Yes I was shocked to hear that he had passed. He was one of my first friends at Central Elementary and would eat lunch with me.

08/24/08 01:25 PM #2    

Kathy Spicer (Sharp)

He was such a gentle soul. So many good times in band and at dances.

03/11/09 12:58 AM #3    

Sharon Bruce

Geoff, was always laughing and playing jokes on his band friends. Wish we could walk down memory lane and visit a while...I would appologize for the practical joke I played on you (known only to me and one other) perhaps you would laugh instead of want to choke me....just picking. May you rest in a place of peace and comfort now.

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