Obit: Turner, Louise (1887 - 1912)
Surnames: TURNER DANGERS EPPLING BRAMELD KIRCHER CHURCHILL
----Source: CLARK COUNTY REPUBLICAN & PRESS (Neillsville, Wis.) 05/23/1912
Turner, Louise (2 Mar 1887 - 13 May 1912)
Mrs. Louise Dangers Turner, whose death was mentioned briefly last week, was born in Neillsville, Clark County, March 2, 1887. She was the youngest child of Mr. and Mrs. B. Dangers. She grew to womanhood here and graduated from the Neillsville High School in 1906. She then took a course in the Ypslanti, Mich. Normal School, and after graduation taught at Belding, Mich. On Nov. 30, 1910, she was married to Mr. Raymond Turner, a rising young attorney of Norway, Mich., and there they made a happy home, over which the grim shadow of death has so quickly fallen. A complicated attack of appendicitis arouse fears for her recovery and the mother hastened to her bedside, where she arrived in time to receive an affectionate recognition; but death came quickly, and in less than an hour she passed peacefully away, Monday May 12, 1912. The father and another daughter, Mrs. F.J. Eppling arrived soon afterward. The remains accompanied by the relatives arrived here Thursday morning, and afternoon funeral services were held at the parental home by Rev. Walters, Episcopal Rector from Marshfield; the clergyman held a brief service for the family in their rooms upstairs and later a general service downstairs. Services had also been held in the home at Norway, Mich. before starting. No spoke or written words at this time can in any measure express the grief, nor assuage the sorrow that has come to the new home so soon despoiled and to her girlhood home of happy memories. Her life had seemingly scarce see a shadow. Beauty and talent and the love of everyone who knew her were hers in full measure. Shielded from childhood from all life’s struggles except such as her native ambition prompted her to make, winning success and friends and all that makes life lovely, it seems hard indeed that it should have been so brief. Only in the fact that beyond the little span of human knowledgeable lie the great purposes of the Eternities, is there consolation and hope.
There are left to mourn, the husband, parents, two brothers, Walter and Fred and four sisters: Mrs. F.J. Eppling of Sheboygan, Mrs. T.E. Brameld of Neillsville, Mrs. C.H. Kircher of Ogden, Utah, and Mrs. B.P. Churchill of Milwaukee.
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