Obit: Turner, Grant (1898 - 1930)

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----Source: The Neillsville Press, March 27, 1930.

LAST NAME: Turner

FIRST NAME: Grant

NEWSPAPER LOCATION: Neillsville, Wisconsin

STATE: Wisconsin

TRANSCRIBED TEXT:

Grant Turner was born July 11, 1898, in the Town of York, and died in St. Anthony's hospital, Rockford, Illinois, March 20, 1930. He was married July 15, 1924 to Miss Arlene Welch in Rockford, Illinois. They have made their home in Chicago and Rockford since then. He leaves to mourn his early death his wife and two children, Gene and Beverly; his parents, Mr. & Mrs. Abie Turner; two sisters, Mrs. Emil Schoenfeld of York and Harriet at home; and six brothers, George of Chicago, Clayton, Myron, Victor, Orville and Wilbur at home, and a large number of other relatives and friends. He funeral was held Sunday in the Methodist Church at York and burial taking place in the York Cemetery. Rev. Lambright of Neillsville delivered the funeral sermon. George Mortimer, Kenneth Grabe, Henry Voight, Herb Free, Harvey Palmer and George Buddinger were the pall bearers. Those who came from away to attend the funeral were Mrs. Ray Austin of Rockford, Illinois; Mr. & Mrs. George Turner of Chicago; Mr. & Mrs. Leon O'Brien and Mr. & Mrs. Keith Parrett of Taylor, Wisconsin; Mr. & Mrs. Ruel Stevens, Mr. & Mrs. Ed Stevens, Mr. & Mrs. W. Gurlie, Mr. Harley Raine, Mr. Chauncey Stevens and son Ross of Veefkind, Price Welch of Spencer and Rollo Welch of Marshfield.

 

 


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