David M. Turner Sr.

Towanda, Pennsylvania


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Debbie and family, our sympathies to you on the loss of your dad. He was a very kind man and will be greatly missed by those who knew him. Sincerely, Sharon (Alexander) Horinka

Mr Turner was certainly a great man and will be missed by all who knew him.

I learned of Mr Turners death from John Pierce, who also lives in Pittsburgh.
My parents, Ross and Hazel Beatty, were friends with both Dave and Marian and had many good times with them. They often talked about the Turners. Unfortunately they have both passed, but their lives were enriched because of Dave. May he rest in peace.
My regards to the Turner family. I hope they are in good health.

Will really miss hearing the stories, even though you've heard them a million times. Close enough Sir!

Will miss those stories he'd tell over and over again. Close enough Sir!

Mr. Turner was one of "my favorites" of my parents generation. A great story teller and so full of life and fun.

My father, Tom Burchill, worked at the Daily going way back...as a carrier, then later as one of the elite cadre of linotypists...those guys (no women then) were top-notch editors, proofreaders, spellers, grammarians, all rolled into one and all working on deadline. Dad had the utmost respect for David Turner. I don't think Dad ever had a negative word about Mr. Turner. Mom and Dad always raved about the summer picnics David and Marion hosted for all the Daily Review employees...in a...

I was a Daily Review Paper Boy in the mid 40's and Dave as we called him was always available to the Boys and was a Father Figure to us all, and an Excellent Role Model. Throughout my life I have applied lessons learned from Dave.
A man who never wasted an opportunity to help others.
Rest well my friend.

He was a very good man. He did so much for so many. He will be greatly missed. Prayers to the family.

Deb Greenough Guinan