Beth Sweig (Wraley)
I have many memories of Mr. Turner… yes, I’m 49 and he is still Mr. Turner to me… the memory that stands out most to me relates to when I broke my leg at the beginning of 5th grade. I was bedridden in a cast in the hospital and Mr. Turner offered to tutor me throughout my recover…which would be serveral months. My memory is of him walking into my room and seeing me for the first time after the accident, cast on, in traction with a pin through my leg and he had a tear in his eye. I’ll never forget the day that he shed a tear for me. I guess it’s my turn to shed a tear for him.