TURNER, Jean “June” (née Cooper)Print
Passed away peacefully at Corangamarah Aged Care, aged 93 years.
Loved wife of Ken (dec). Loving mother and friend of Stephen and Robin; Ron and Jenny; Julie and Simon; Anne-Maree and Peter; Christine and Kim and Raelene and Martin. Loving nanna of 13 grandchildren and 11 great-grandchildren.
Funeral NoticeService: Wednesday December 23, 2020
Requiem Mass for the repose of the soul of Mrs. June Turner will be offered at St Brendan’s Catholic Church, Corangamite Lake Road, Coragulac on Wednesday, December 23, 2020 commencing at 10.30 a.m.
For those who are unable to attend, click here to view the service.
In accordance with family wishes a Private cremation will be held.
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In memory of June Turner, my dear friend, I admired your gentleness and strength – your abundant talents and gifts were a source of inspiration. I am so honoured to have had you as a part of my life and your guidance will be forever remembered. You can now reunite with Ken for another waltz.
A warm and valued member of the Cororooke Book Club for many years. We have missed her contributions during the past couple of years. Our condolences to her family and friends.
Your time has come , but not forgotten . A beautiful neighbour & friend . I am so lucky to have had you in my life .June you taught me many things but most of all how to love life, for the simple things . Your hugs ,did so give me strength. Loved & never forgot xx
Treasured memories of June: our long-term friend, neighbour, bookclub colleague, our first babysitter, local school librarian and great listener.
Condolences to Stephen, Ronald, Julie, Anne-Maree, Christine, Raelene, their partners and grandchildren whom June loved and was so proud of.
‘Each life touches this world in a way no other can, leaving not only special memories but lasting imprints in our life’.
This is June’s legacy and giftedness.
Trina Ebeling and family
A beautiful lady always with a smile on her face deepest sympathy to the Turner family Julie Campbell
Our heartfelt sympathy to the devoted family of our dear friend and neighbour, June. June may be gone from our sight but we will always hold her close in our hearts. Her life was an inspiration and she has left a legacy of love, empathy and compassion. Her contribution to the life of the St. Brendan’s parish/ school community will continue to be honoured and treasured. Rest in peace dear June.
So many wonderful childhood memories of days spent at the ‘Turner’s’. June you were always so nurturing and gentle, I feel blessed to have had you as my Godmother. My thoughts are with all of June’s family.
Sad to hear of the passing of such a great person. Ken and June were a big part of my life after my own father died.
Prayers for her and all the family
A lovely, kind, intelligent and gentle lady. I enjoyed June’s company at Cororooke Book Club. My sympathy to her family and may joyful
Memories bring some peace. Caroline
A lovely lady, gentle and fun. I worked for June at the store/Post Office. She and Ken were great bosses! And as the years went on – we were friends. They were at my wedding and Ken did all the building work on my Torquay house in 1990. I feel really sad they are gone but so glad to have known them both. Deepest sympathy to Stephen, Ron, Julie, Anne-Maree Christine and Raelene.
Athol-Mary (Mahoney) xxx