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Virginia Turner 1

In Loving Memory

Turner, Virginia Irene “Ginny”

July 21, 1931 - January 21, 2024

Fortified with the Sacraments of Holy Mother Church on Sunday, January 21st, 2024.

Dear daughter of the late William and Katherine Turner; dear sister of the late William (Ann), David (Martha), and James (surviving Theresa) Turner; dear aunt of James Michael (Linda) Turner, Joseph William (Ann) Turner, Diane (Marty) Lipon, Debbie Turner, William (Nancy) Turner Jr., Kirk (Doreen) Turner, Kathy Sawyer, Mary (Steve) Santos, David Turner, and Dan (Linda) Turner.

Contributions made to the Humane Society of Missouri are greatly appreciated.


SERVICES: Visitation at KUTIS AFFTON CHAPEL (10151 Gravois Rd 63123)  on Tuesday, January 23rd from 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM, with the funeral service beginning at 12:00 PM. Interment at Resurrection Cemetery.


4 thoughts on “Turner, Virginia Irene “Ginny””

  1. Aunt Ginny,
    While I will miss you, I am so happy to have all the memories of your’s and Grandma Turner’s visits to California. We always looked forward to those visits (Tippy did too; you both spoiled her! ), and always hated to see you leave. I’m glad that all The California Turners got to visit you in 2010- what a wonderful visit we all had. And, Joe and I loved seeing you in 2017. I’m so glad we kept in touch through letters.

    I know that you are happy to be back with your mom and dad and brothers. So, until we meet again, I love you. ❤️


  2. Virginia, Mom and I adored you. There is no way to adequately describe what an amazing, calm, fun and inspiring person you were. I hope you are having the best Muehe Reunion with all our family that passed before you. Hug my mom and my grandma. All our love from Michigan.

  3. Aunt Ginny, rest well. I have such fond memories of childhood visits to and from you and Grandma. St. Louis was a second home for this “Cincinnati Turner.” Love and peace, Aunt Ginny. (Say hi to my dad and mom for me!)


  4. I will always remember how good you were to us when we were growing up. You went out of your way to take us places and show us a good time. You were an awesome Aunt , kind and giving, I love you dearly Aunt Ginny. Rest in peace. Dave


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