Carl Frank Turk
March 4, 1923 - October 2, 2009
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Virginia Beach- Carl F. Turk Capt. Carl F. “Cal” Turk, USN Ret. passed away on October 2, 2009. Born in 1923 in Aurora, MN to immigrant parents from Slovenia, Matthew Rudolph and Mary Kocevar Turk, Carl was the youngest of six children and survived all of his siblings. He was an accomplished musician at an…

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Helen DelFuoco left a message on October 7, 2009:
Judy, You are in my heart and my prayers are with you at this very difficult time. Bless you and please stay in touch. I have missed you and Cal's presence at the Atria these last few weeks, but I didn't anticipate the worst. Fondly, Helen and sister Eloise Ashford
Ginger Anderson left a message on October 7, 2009:
Jim, Judy, and Matt, I'm sorry for your loss. God be with you all during this time.
ginger Werhan left a message on October 7, 2009:
Judy, so sorry to read about your Fathers' passing. May you all be Blessed during this most difficult time. Please let us know if we can do anything. Love, Ken & Ginger Werhan
Catherine Clexton left a message on October 8, 2009:
Dear Turk family, It is with great sadness that we read about Capt. Turk passing. He was the wonderful teacher to two of my children at F.C.,Diane and Mark Inderlied. They had such great respect for him. In addition I had the great privilege of moving to Birdneck Point and seeing Corky on her daily walks, and walking with her often, and hearing about the wonderful family and their many friends. She made my day! with that lovely smile et al.What a great set of parents you all had. They were loved and they will be sorely missed. Catherine Clexton
John Bischof left a message on October 8, 2009:
Please accept my family's condolences. I will always remember him as my favorite teacher for the humor and enthusiasm that he was able to bring to Physics of all subjects. I looked at where he signed my yearbook next to his picture and smiled in remembrance. He was a great man.
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