Ethel Lloyd Turner
December 16, 1922 - November 8, 2013
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Ethel Lloyd Thomas Turner, 90, passed on to God’s heavenly kingdom on November 8, 2013 in Norfolk VA. Ethel died peacefully at home with family around. She was born at Ware Neck, Gloucester County VA, on December 16, 1922. Ethel was preceded in death by her parents, Lloyd Levi Thomas and Ethel Mae Ireland Thomas,…

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Laura Andersen left a message on November 22, 2013:
Aunt Ethel, your life represents a unique and special place in the Turner family. There are numerous qualities, too many to share that drew others to you and made them want to spend time being with you. Your art of storytelling made me, for one, a captive audience, no matter how many times they had been told. I loved your down to earth presence that came with a sophistication and class; unique, reserved yet salient. Your smile was always welcoming and had a warmth all its' own. No matter the size or value of a gift, you had a way of making the giver feel as though it was the most special one you had ever received. Aunt Ethel I will miss you greatly, yet I am thankful that you are now at peace; no more pain, no more tears, only rest and sitting at the feet of the one who loves you most. You have done His work and left a legacy of compassion, caring for those who are in need and loving them with the true definition of love which is living with a servant's heart. I love you.
Pat Julian left a message on November 24, 2013:
We lived on W Bay Ave and loved your Mother...she was a joy to be around.
Frank Steadman left a message on November 25, 2013:
Dear Family, I had the pleasure to work with Ethel when she was a math teacher at Northside Middle Scool while I was the principal. She was a great teacher but more than that she was an inspiration. Ethel treated everyone kindly and was always willing to do whatever was asked of her. She was a wonderful influence, especially for younger teachers who were still learning how to be professionals. Her students loved her also. Sincerely, Frank Steadman
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