Iva Mae Turner

Columbus, Ohio


Columbus, Ohio


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TURNER Iva Mae (Smithers) Turner, 81, passed away on Wednesday, February 2, 2011. Born November 1, 1929 to Walter Garfield and Eva (Arnold) Smithers, she was the youngest of five children. A 1947 graduate of East High School, Iva received BS and MA degrees from The Ohio State University. She was...

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Mrs. Turner was my 4th grade teacher during the 87-88 school year. I have only fond memories of her. She was a great teacher and now I hope my Soror is resting peacefully in heaven.

~Autumn (Latham) LeBlanc

Grief can be so hard, but our special memories help us cope. Remembering you and your loved one today and always.

Stephanie Napper-Porter

Marcia and Amy, I am so sorry for your loss. You were blessed to have such a gracious and beautiful mother, who will never be forgotten.

heyy , ant iva ily with all my heart idont have any one to call anymore . you were my bestfriend , my love .. i will miss you & uncle ted , teddie . i promise i didnt think that we would have to burrie u so soon . i happy outside & sad inside cause u went so fast & now you cant even spend my birthday with mee . im so happy that the lord took you in his wing ! ant iva i love you

Dear Marcia and Amy,
Please know my heart is with you in the loss of your dearest mother. She was a wonderful lady; and I will never forget her kind and warm personality. Having lost both my parents, the heartbreak is real. Jesus will be your Comforter so that you will know His solace and peace. My love and prayers are with you always...

Marcia and Amy
You have my deepest sympathy for the loss of your Mother. I will always remember her infectious laughter and the ovewhelming kindness she gave to me.
R.I.P. Mrs. Turner

R.I.P. Mrs. Turner tell my Daddy I miss him a lot.

Marcia and Amy
You both have my deepest sympathy at this time. I will always remember your mothers infectious laughter and overwhelming kindness toward me. May she rest in heavenly peace.

Carla Napper

Celebrating a life well lived. We will cherish the memories forever.

Lawrence and I extend our deepest sympathy. Mrs. Turner was a devoted wife, mother and grandmother. She left a legacy that will live on forever. Soror Turner was a brillliant educator and she enriched our lives. Mrs. Turner was always pleasant and she will be missed.