Warner Turner Jr. (1938 - 2011)

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Warner P. Turner Jr.

SALISBURY — Warner P. "Tip-Top" Turner Jr., 72, departed this life Sept. 27, 2011, at his residence in Salisbury. He was the son of the late Warner P. Sr. and Rosalee Price Turner of Quantico. He was a disabled veteran who served in the Korean War and the conflict in Vietnam, as well as serving two tours in Germany.

He leaves cherished memories with his son, Eric Duffy; daughter, Madelyn Smallwood; his four sisters, Constance (Jacob) Polk of Salisbury, Helen (Leo) Cherry of Hebron, Dolly (JP) Reaves of Baltimore and Lucy Jane (William) Thompson of Hague, Va.; three brothers, Richard (Cornell) Turner of Salisbury, Harold (Lorraine) Turner of Clinton, Md., John (Connie) Turner of Hague Va.; brother-in-law, Samuel Williams of Salisbury; uncles, Leonard Price of Salisbury, Ernest (Elizabeth) Price, Phila and Daniel (Dorothy) Turner of Hague; aunts, Sally Ann Wright of Hague and Patsy Ball of Kilmarnock, Va.; and canine friend, Max.

In addition to his parents, Warner was preceded in death by a sister, R. Juanita "Sis" Williams; brother George "Bud" Turner; and longtime companion Martha Davis Collick, who passed away July 22, 2011.

A viewing will be held Sunday from 6-8 p.m. at Stewart Funeral Home by Holloway and Downey PA and Monday from 10 a.m. to noon at Mount Zion United Methodist Church in Quantico, with a service at noon. Interment will be in Springhill Memory Gardens near Hebron.

Arrangements are in the care of Stewart Funeral Home by Holloway and Downey PA, 821 West Road, Salisbury, Md., 21801.

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Published in The Daily Times on Sept. 30, 2011
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