“Just now reading all the nice things printed here and permanent. Time does heal with a loss this large and my friend Fred was most certainly "large" in life, but so down to earth too. I loved you Fred Turner and Patty too......A faithful employee of many years! Toni
“I worked for McDonalds in Colo. Spgs, and managed in Boulder, CO & Anchorage, AK. I have found memories of Fred & Ray. They helped me make good decions throughout my life
“Dear Paula and Sisters,
We are so sorry to hear of your Dad's passing. We all loved him so much.
Love, Fran Lambert and Family
“I learned so much from Fred . His life was a teacher. He left so many landmarks. Fred paved the road for those who desire to adventure life in it's fullest. What an honor to sit at the feet of one with so much wisdom and knowledge. I count it a blessing o of been his caretaker/housekeeper. Miss you Fred!!
“Having met you in 1961, you were very helpful in our association with McD Corp. and personally towards my wife's illness. M & J Leo
“Teri and your sisters,my sincere condolances in this time of sadness.I will certainly miss delivering firewood to your dad. I kmow how much he loved to sit in front of the fires.
“Fred had a huge impact on my life without ever really knowing it. I was trying to get a job at McDonald's to no avail. I sent a resume directly to him in a scented, lipstick kissed envelope. I guess he read it because when I came for my interview he had hand written at the top of my resume, "this girl has guts, find her a job." I did not meet him personally for two more years. One day he walked into the class at Hamburger U where I was teaching restaurant managers how to read...
“MAY THE GRIEF THAT YOU FEEL BE SHORT LIVED,FOR (HAPPY ARE THOSE THAT MOURN,SINCE THEY SHALL BE COMFORTED."(matt.5:4) sincere condolence....ms.mebane