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Robert Turner

Robert Turner

December 8, 1952 - January 6, 2021
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Service Details

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    Friday, January 8th, 2021 | 12:00pm
    When
    Friday, January 8th, 2021 12:00pm
    Location
    Private
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    Private
    Notes
    For service Zoom login details, please contact Gayle Beltrand at 443-996-2123.

Obituary

Robert Turner, of Owings Mills, Maryland, passed away on Wednesday, January 6th, 2021 at the age of 68. He is survived by his loving wife Audrey Turner (nee Dick), his sons Evan Turner, and Glen Turner, his daughter Gayle Beltrand, his brother Michael (Cathy) Turner, his sister Amy Suarez, and by his grandchildren Javy, Manny and Shayna Beltrand. He was predeceased by his parents Gladys and Edward Turner.

Services are available via Zoom. Please contact Gayle Beltrand at 443-996-2123 for details. Please omit flowers. Contributions in his memory may be sent to 2008 Advisory Ct., Eldersburg, Maryland, 21784.
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lil williamson

Posted at 05:54pm
We are sorry to learn of Bob's passing. He was a warm & jovial guy. Lil remembers him as Amy's fun, oldest brother who chauffered us to the roller rink in the 70's; he loved to tease me, "Lillian Gish!", I think she was the only other one he ever heard of. Jon recalls him as the cool, young Teacher who was a long-term-Sub for his History class. Dave like Lil remembers him from the neighborhood and knew Lil's best friend's family, the Turners, were good people. Amy shared with me how Audrey&Bob were a great match! Love to you all: Amy, Mike, Audrey and family; and may Bob's memory be a Blessing!
Lil & Jon Williamson, Dave Culp

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Rusty & Shane Koelbel

Posted at 03:36pm
So sorry to hear of Bob's passing. When dropping my son off to mow his lawn this summer Bob and I would often talk about all sorts of topics. Especially Pro Football and his beloved Steelers. I thoroughly enjoyed our conversations. My son Shane and I send our deepest sympathies to Mrs. Turner and family. Gob bless.
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Tom Sudow

Posted at 10:33pm
I just learned of Bob’s passing and I am deeply saddened. Bob was a very special friend who I have missed since he moved to Baltimore. I know if his great love of his family. I enjoyed my calls with Bob where we discussed sports and more. To Audrey, Glen, Evan, Gayle to the grandchildren, know how much Bob loved you. Yesterday the Browns beat Bob beloved Steelers I waited for my phone to ring to discuss this with Bob. I will miss my friend!
May you be comforted with all the Mourners in Zion. And Bob you knew who draft. You were always my first round pick.
BS

Betty Samuels Seidel

Posted at 12:36pm
Dear Turner Family: Bob was a delightful, competent and caring Israel Bonds Director. It was a pleasure to know and work with him. May you be comforted by many happy recollections and may the name of Robert Turber ever be for a Blessing. LOVE, Betty Samuels Seidel


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Charles and Iris Sless

Posted at 09:08am
Our hearts and prayers are with all of you. We are so sorry for your lose
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Sandra Zylberman

Posted at 04:53pm
Bob was a lovely man and he will be missed. When I was new to Israel Bonds, he was particularly warm and welcoming to me. My sympathies go out to his family and friends. May his memory be a blessing.
SF

Sheila Fechter

Posted at 02:17pm
Dear Turner Family
Deepest condolences upon the loss of Bob too soon. Got to know him when I became bond board member. May the memories of good times shared b source of some comfort
EN

Eleanor C Naiman

Posted at 10:40am
Gayle,

I'm so sorry for your loss. May your happy memories be a source of comfort.
AK

Alan Kanter

Posted at 10:06am
Dear Turner Family,
I am so sorry for your loss. I worked with Bob many years ago when he was with the Israeli bond office. A true gentleman. My prayers and thoughts are with all of you.
JC

Judi & Fred Finkelstein, Corte Madera, CA

Posted at 08:42am
Dear Audrey,
So sorry to read about the passing of Bob. He was a lovely man and we enjoyed his friendship.
May your memories bring you peace and comfort.
SH

SHARON & LARRY HANER

Posted at 11:53pm
DEAR AUDREY AND GAYLE, WE ARE SO SORRY FOR THIS TERRIBLE LOSS TO YOUR FAMILY. MAY BOB REST IN PEACE AND MAY ALL YOUR BEAUTIFUL MEMORIES BE A BLESSING FOR ALL. SYMPATHY TO YOUR EXTENDED FAMILY.
BF

Bob Fisher

Posted at 11:00pm
Audrey and family- We are so sorry to hear of your loss. Bob was a great friend for a long time and he will be remembered fondly.
Bob Fisher and Bobbie Garber
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Doctor Ed Sherman and his wife Gail

Posted at 09:38pm
Dear Audrey and Family,
We are very upset over the lose of your Robert. He was always very protective of his wife and family. We will miss him.
AB

Alissa Blitstein

Posted at 05:49pm
Alissa Berelowitz Blitstein is very sorry for your loss
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