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In Memory of
Edna I. Turner
November 24, 1925 - August 6, 2019

Edna Turner was born on November 24, 1925 to William and Mabel (Wood) Worley in Alliance Ohio. They moved to Detroit Michigan in 1935. As a member of the Detroit News Hiking Club she met Andrew Turner and they were married in 1950. They moved to South Charleston WV where she was very active in community affairs; president of the Womens Civic Club, president Inter-Club Youth Council, treasurer of the Library Board, co-chair of fundraising to build a new library, chairwoman of the Heart Drive, Girl Scout leader and later Troop organizers; named Woman of the Year for the State of West Virginia and for the City of South Charleston. Moved to Westerville Ohio and was past president of St Anns Hospital Guild Executive Board, president of Guild VI, past president Columbus Womens Club, and past chairwoman of Ohio Federation of Womens Club Conservation department. Holds memberships in: Life member Univ of Michigan Alumni Assoc, Life member in Friends of Library, Blendon Senior Center, Mid Ohio Scottish Heritage Assoc and Clan Lamont Society of North America. Preceded in death by her husband of 54 years Andrew, siblings Lee Worley, Samuel Worley and Martha Bakke. Survived by son Bruce (Barbara) of Columbus, daughter Gail of Westerville and sister Mary Schechter of Bluffton Ohio. No services will be held. Private internment at Northlawn Memorial Garden. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to the Dr Andrew Turner Family Endowment, Scottish American Cultural Society of Ohio http://bit.ly/turnerfamilyendowmentfund

Condolences

Janet mckeon

Aug 9, 2019

I was so sorry to hear about your mom. I enjoyed working with her so much at st.anns in guild six. After I moved north to the Cleveland area I lost touch except for Christmas cards,which hers was always the first one I received. Even after the cards stopped I always thought of her then and when I heard or read of the Scottish games . She was a great person,happy to have known her.