Maxine Shelly Turner

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From a Hokie family in Vienna all our love and prayers to the Turner family

People Around the World still Remember.

Thinking of Maxine and praying for her family and friends. May she rest in peace.

most of u say how you wish you could have know her
i was one of the lucky few to knw her for a few years
i wasnt very old
maybe about 4th grade
but i will never forget her smile
her voice
they way she lit up a room with her precence
the one thing i will not forget was the day i found out wat had happend how i couldnt even blink, speek, or swallow when we got the news.
i just sat there staring, hoping it was all a dream
tht i would wake up soon...

I love you Max. I miss you so very much.

I saw a tree planted in your name today. It’s in a good location; near the duck pond. The dedication ceremony called for the members present to help shovel dirt to plant the tree, but I just couldn’t bring myself to do it. I’m not sure if it was the crowd, or that we had never actually met, but I felt that it wasn’t something appropriate for me to do. After the crowd had diffused, I came back with a small handful of mulch and some flower peddles from the Hahn horticultural garden. I may...

You are not forgotten. God bless you and your family.

To the Turner family,
One year later and I'm sure the pain is just as great, the world changed that day! I know for me it doesn't seem as safe as it once did. I am still so sorry for the loss of your daughter and I know nothing can fill that hole that losing Maxine has left.


Maxine's Obituaries



Of Vienna, VA, on Monday, April 16, 2007 at Virginia Tech. Beloved daughter of Paul and Susan Turner; sister of Anthony Turner; granddaughter of Theodore Malinowski and Patricia Turner. Friends may call at the Church of the Holy...

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