In Loving Memory

Joe D. Turner, d. May 1, 2014

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In Loving Memory

December 4, 1939 – May 1, 2014

Tybee Island

Theodore, AL

Joe David Turner, 74, of Theodore, passed away Thursday, May 1, 2014 in a local hospital.  Joe was a former pro wrestler with Gulf Coast Wrestling.

He is survived by his wife, Sandra K. Nobles.  Services for will be held at a later date. Expressions of condolence may be made at www.hughesfh.com.  Arrangements are by Hughes Funeral Home, 7951 American Way, Daphne, AL  36526.

 

12 Comments

  1. Robert cart

    I’m so sorry for ur lose of mr joe

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  2. Robert carr

    I’m so sorry

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  3. Theda Barney

    Our hearts are heavy at this time with the passing of our friend . Joe we will miss you greatly.
    Sandra and family. God Bless you and be with you at this time of sorrow
    Love , Your friend s and co-workers at Boomtown Casino

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  4. Steve Jacobs

    One he’ll of a man going to miss the story’s . And hated the big blue Yankee lol going to miss you Joe Steve

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  5. Dennis Bell

    Loved your story’s and going to miss them And a good man. Dennis

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  6. Kenny Allen

    From Boomtown Security Swing Shift.

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  7. Angela Harvey

    Sandy, I am so sorry for your loss. You and your family are in my prayers. God Bless..Love Angela…

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  8. Teresa Green

    In memory of my ex=brother-in-law, Joe Turner, I would like to express my sympathies to all of his blood children; Jeff, Jack, David and Gwen. I wish you many condolences on the passing of your father. He came into my family’s life and made a huge difference in the family dynamics. He will be missed greatly and he will live within all of our hearts forever.

    Sue, Barbara, Dennis, Ken, Teresa and Chris

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  9. joe mariinovich

    May your journey be short and sweet to the kingdom in sky?

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  10. Gwen McLeod

    HI Dad:
    Thanks for the conversations we had before you passed.
    Thanks for answering all of my questions, without me asking them. You put my mind a peace.
    Thanks for being stronger than all of us.

    And I have to tell you, as soon as you passed, I was pretty sure you went up to the first group of peope you found in heaven and said to them, “Have y’all heard this joke? Come here and let me tell ya…”

    You will be missed. Love Ya!

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  11. hugh prine

    I was so sorry to read about joe passing away. both our fathers rode motors for the city police dept.and were great friends Joe and I went to school together and were in the JR police, also, it was always good to see Joe and talk to him.

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  12. Chris Cody

    Wrestle in Peace. we will miss you. C.C .GCWR and CAC

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