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TURNER, Connie

Connie was born in Saskatchewan on June 11, 1953 and grew up in the town of Asquith. She moved to Kelowna in 1973 where she met her husband Gord. The two were married in 1977. Connie had three favourite men in her life: her husband Gord and her two sons Cody and Kyle. Connie also welcomed and loved her daughter-in-law Bretta, grandson Noah, and Kyle’s fiancée Carlee.  Also survived by two brothers Larry (Brenda) and Mark (Anne) all of Saskatoon; her mother Wilma, father Mick; mother-in-law Margaret and father-in-law Geordie.  There was never a more proud and loving wife, mother and grandmother than Connie. Her heart also reached out to the rest of her family, her uncountable number of friends, Mary Kay customers, and anyone else she could connect to. In the past year she renewed a passion for horseback riding which gave her great joy. Connie went to be with her Lord and Saviour Jesus early Saturday morning. The one who had taught her to love and give and serve took her home to wait for the rest of us.  A memorial service will be held at 11:00 am Saturday, June 30, at First Baptist Church, 1309 Bernard Avenue, Kelowna with Pastor Jack Borchert officiating.  In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to Young Life Canada, #120 9440 – 202 Street, Langley, BC, V1M 4A6.

Service
11:00 am Saturday, June 30, 2012

Location
First Baptist Church

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The service for TURNER, Connie is scheduled for 11:00 am Saturday, June 30, 2012. Below you will find the map for the service location and the contact information should you have any questions.

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First Baptist Church

1309 Bernard Avenue Kelowna, BC

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Condolences

  • Rita Halter says:

    So very sorry for your loss. Please accept my deepest condolences. I worked with Connie at the UIC back in the 1970’s.

  • Janine and Bruce Glover-Summach says:

    We are so sorry to hear of the passing of your dear Connie. She has fought the good fight. I have finished the race. I have kept the faith. 2 Timothy 4: 7
    Trust God will bring you all great comfort at this time of loss. Our loss is heavens gain.

  • Kevin Bounds says:

    So sorry to hear about Connie’s passing. My deepest condolences Gord and family.

  • Colleen Richardson says:

    Gord and Family, I am so sorry to hear of Connie’s passing. I met her back in the early 90’s when I started Mary Kay and she took me under her wing and trained me as we were both adoptees into the unit we were in. She always had a smile and a laugh and brightened everyone around her. As I sit here thinking back on our many career conferences and boot camps and just the monday nite meetings it brings a smile to my face and a tear to my eye. She will truly be missed. My thoughts and prayers are with you all during this difficult time.

  • Paul & Janneke Smith says:

    To all the Turner family. We were so sad to hear of Connie’s passing. May God wrap you in His arms and comfort you during this time. Janneke and Paul Smith

  • Denise Barnes says:

    So sorry to hear of the loss of Connie, sincere condolences to Gord and family. Connie had a warm welcoming smile for everyone she met and her caring ways touched may lives. She will be missed.

  • Allan Crowder says:

    With sadness in my heart I pass on condolences to Gord and all family and friends Connie touched in her life. I have such fond memories of Connie, and her whole family were very kind to me.

  • Gary Durose says:

    I am very sorry to learn of Connie’s passing. My sincere condolences to Gord and sons, my love and prayers are with you in this difficult time. I can’t be at the service in body, but will be there in Spirit. Blessings, Gary Durose

  • Lynda Lochhead says:

    Gord & family – my heart is sad today – sending you hugs and condolences. I hope all the wonderful memories and laughter will carry you through the journey ahead.

  • Les and Donna Johnson says:

    Dear Gord and Family
    Sending you our heartfelt sympathy. Connie was very dear to our hearts in both a friend and co-worker. We shared many happy times working together with “Mother Margie” watching over us and carrying over into the years of those Mary Kay parties. May it ease your sorrow in knowing that others feel your pain and we want you to know her memory will live within our hearts forever.

  • Don and Carroll Schermann says:

    Gord and Family, We are very sorry to hear about Connie. She was a wonderful lady. Cherish your memories. Please know that we are thinking about you.

  • Wendy Olinger says:

    May the memories you hold dear, help comfort you at this time. Our condolences to you, Gord and to your family.
    Wendy (Turcotte) Olinger and family

  • Rob and Heather Forbes says:

    Gord and family, so sorry to hear of the passing of Connie. Anyone who was lucky enough to spend time with Connie is a better person for it. You are in our hearts and prayers.

  • Dawn Miller says:

    My heart goes out to Gord and family and you will be in our prayers for God to give you strength during these days of greiving. Whenever I talked to Connie she was always a positive happy person who was a blessing to be around and clearly loved her family.She was so excited to share with me news of her Grandson , we both bragged equally of her Noah and my Grandson Noah as well. Her passing makes me so sad but at the same time happy that I can say I knew her and could be a witness to such a greatly loved and loving woman.
    We have all been Blessed to know her.

  • Melanie & Dan Schleith says:

    To Gord and Family
    We are very saddened to hear of your wife’s passing. Our heartfelt condolences to you all at this difficult time.

  • Sandra and Roger Sellick says:

    We have learned of Connie’s passing with great sadness and send our heartfelt sympathy to all members of her immediate and extended family.

  • Linda Hale says:

    Gord, I am so sorry for your loss. Connie shared her cancer journy with me when I too was on that path. She was a great comfort to me and I will always treasure her kind and generous spirit.

  • Rick Moffat says:

    To lose a younger cousin is a shock. I think back to childhood days in Asquith and am thankful for the small and loving community that was our home. I think of Connie in Sunday School, school, track meets, birthday parties and so much more. God bless her memory, and the family she has left behind.

    • Larry Summach says:

      Thanks for your kind words Rick – she was a very special person to alot of people, especially her family whom she loved Sooooo much.

  • Patricia Cecconi says:

    Connie will live on in the hearts of everyone who loved her and those who had the pleasure of meeting her. My heartfelt condolences to her family.
    May it be a source of inner strength to know that there’s a loving God watching over you, and that, throughout this time of need, He’ll stay close by your side.

  • Lori Maione says:

    My condolences to Connie’s family, she was a very special person. I first met Connie in the 70’s when I first came to Asquith, I will also remember her wit and charm.

  • Tim and Carol Dorn says:

    We are so sorry for your loss Gord and family. You are in our thoughts and prayers.

  • Bernie & Ev Monteleone says:

    Gord, Cody & Kyle . . . We were so saddened to hear of Connie’s passing. Our love & prayers are with you & all the family as you mourn your tremendous loss. Cherish your memories and all the good times you shared. All our love, Bernie & Ev

  • Ron & Diane Schur says:

    We were sad to hear of Connies sudden passing. Our thoughts are with you Gord and family. Connie was a wonderful person, always smiling, when I saw her.
    it was an honour to have known her.

  • Lauren Pisesky says:

    Gord
    We were so sorry to hear of Connie’s passing. She was a great lady and her love for you and your sons was ever present. I remember sharing many days on the side of the soccer pitch and having lots of laughs with her. Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you. Lauren and Wayne Pisesky

  • Jocelyn Adamson (Munro) says:

    I want to say how sorry I am to hear of Connie’s death. My heart goes out to you and your family. May you know the comfort of the Lord in this difficult time. Jocelyn

  • Peter & Couleen Maryschuk says:

    Gord and family, we are sorry to hear of your loss of Connie. Our thoughts and prayers are with you through this time. Couleen & Peter Maryschuk

  • Annelies Ferreira says:

    Gord, Cody, Kyle and family, I am so very sorry to hear of Connie’s passing. My most sincere condolences to all of you and wishes for lots of strength.

  • Nancy Doig says:

    Gord and family
    I am so sorry to hear of Connies passing.My thoughts are with you and your family during this hard time.

  • Lynne Davidson says:

    I was so sorry to hear of Connie’s passing. I have many great memories of growing up with her in Asquith. Although I don’t know Gord & the boys, I know you must be wonderful people just by knowing Connie. Wilma, I will never forget you coming to my house as soon as you heard of Neil’s death & I’m sorry I can’t be there to share your sorrow at this time.

  • Sue McLean says:

    Gord, Cody, Kyle and family. We are so sorry to hear of Connie’s passing. Our families met when the kids were at Glenmore School. Although we haven’t really kept in touch since they left school I always enjoyed running into Connie to catch up on all your family news, she was so proud of you all. Our thoughts are with you… Sue, Tom, Jenny and Scott McLean

  • Neil McMillan says:

    A part of my life has gone with Connie. Our parents were friends and we were class mates in Asquith.
    My heart goes out to all who cared.

  • Paul & Marlene Mamchur says:

    We are so sorry to hear of Connie’s passing, our deep heartfelt sympathy to all the family.

  • linda anderson says:

    Gord,Cody,Kyle,
    My deepest sympathies go out to you and all your family. I had the pleasure of meeting Connie numerous times while working at your mom and dads. Of which I have had the pleasure of working for and knowing for 31 years.
    Connie was a genuine, heartfelt loving woman. I know how special she was to your parents. I am very saddened by your loss Gord. Let god, family and friends give you strength through this difficult time.
    sincerely and lovingly
    Linda Anderson

  • Linda Anderson says:

    Dear Gord, Cody, Kyle.
    I would like to express my deepest sympathies to you and your family on your tragic loss I had the pleasure of meeting Connie numerous times while at your parents of which I have known and worked for for 31 years. My thoughts are with you and all your family. Let god, family and friends be your strength to get through
    this difficult time.

    sincerely and lovingly
    Linda Anderson

  • Gail bishop says:

    I knew Connie for over twenty years.we first met in north glen more.i then became a Mary Kay user.connie was an awesome lady.i will miss her.my thoughts are with you all at this difficult time. Gail bishop

  • Lillie Milne says:

    Dear Mick and Wilma,
    We shared with you in the birth of Connie and share in the sorrow of her death. May God bless and comfort you with the memories of those years between. With love, Lillie Milne

  • Audrey Frey says:

    I am saddened to hear of Connie’s passing last June. We were classmates and roommates back in the 70’s in Saskatoon. Connie has inspired me over the years with her laughter and cheerfulness. Her faith was strong and I know she is sitting on the right hand of God and enjoying eternal life.

    • LARRY says:

      Thankyou for the kind words Audrey – I remember you well.

      You can reply to this address if you want to chat more. Where are you living now?

      • Audrey Frey says:

        Hi Larry,
        I had checked back a couple of times to see if there was a response and I didn’t see one. I decided today to check back again today as I think about my memories with Connie. I remember you well too. I have been living in Banff now for about 30 years – wow! As I near 60yrs myself, I think about slowing down in the workforce and switching retirement gears. I enjoy travel quite a bit and the outdoors of the mountains bring me peace and contentment. The last time I saw Connie was Oct 2010 if I remember correctly and we had really good chat. She was recovering from her double mastectomy and was so positive about it. It was a shock to get Gord’s email on Jan 1st, responding to the Xmas card I had sent. I remember too your parents and tell them I am thinking about them. I hope all is well with you and your family. All the best,Audrey Frey

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