Remitha Turner

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Remitha Turner, age 88. Sunrise August 3, 1927 in Highsplint, KY and Sunset January 29, 2016 in Columbus, OH. Remitha was a member of Higher Ground Always Abounding Assemblies where she served on The Mothers Board. She was preceded in death by her parents Rose and Robert Mitchell, husband Ervin Turner Sr., children Bonnie Ray Turner, Ervin Turner Jr and Larry Eugene Turner, brothers Rudolph Mitchell and Randolph Mitchell, and sisters Robbie Daye, Rita Johnson, Ruth McClain, Ruby Mitchell, Rebecca Ledford and Remotha Pugh. Left to cherish her memory, daughters Deborah J. Pearson, and Cheryl L. (Corinthas) Patterson, sons David A. Turner, Stephen W. Turner, and Kevin P (Yolanda) Turner, sister Rachel B. Clark, 26 grandchildren, 16 great grandchildren, 2 great-great grandchildren and a host of nieces, nephews, other family and friends. Visitation 3:00pm and Funeral 4:00pm Sunday February 7, 2016 at Higher Ground Always Abounding Assemblies 870 St. Clair Ave. Interment 10:00am Monday at Glen Rest Memorial Estates. Ministry of Comfort entrusted to MARLAN J. GARY FUNERAL HOME, THE CHAPEL OF PEACE 2500 Cleveland Ave.

Condolence Messages

  1. To the Turner Family,

    My love & prayers are with the family, in Mother Turner’s departure from this life to eternal life.
    I loved her dearly. Be bless.

  2. Elder Clyde M. Lockett Sr. and Sister Kathleen Lockett

    To: The Turner Family

    Our hearts were deeply saddened to hear the passing of your dear sweet mother , Mother Remitha Turner. We know she will be greatly missed. That is why it is with great sympathy, love and care that we submit to the family our condolences. Please know that our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family in your hour of bereavement. May God bless and keep you all!

  3. Greater Apostolic Church of Christ-Eld William Grundy

    To: The Turner Family
    As 1 Thessalonians tells we sorrow not as those that have no hope. We are saddened at the loss of Mother Turner but remember good times from when we were young and visited Peoria “Uncle Ervin and Sister Remitha”. May God’s peace and presence give you comfort at this time of bereavement.

  4. Elder Bruce Bell,Sr

    To: District Elder Stephen Turner and Family
    We’re sorry to hear of the passing of Mother Turner. Remembering a bible class,
    when we want things to happen right now, she stated “but with God things happen in a process of time.”Her words of wisdom meant so much.
    She will be truly missed.

    Elder Bruce and Sister Kathi Bell

  5. adrienne, aaron spencer and family

    dear deborah,
    my family and I were saddened to hear that you’ve lost your dear mom. losing one’s mom is hard at any age; I know from personal experience. be comforted in the fact that she is one step closer to being in the presence of our LORD. aaron sends his favorite kindergarten teacher his heartfelt condolences. peace be with you.

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