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Shirley Turner

Shirley Ann Turner (Smith)

Monday, January 10th, 1938 - Wednesday, June 17th, 2020
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Passed away peacefully at Cambridge Memorial Hospital on Wednesday, June 17, 2020 at 82 years of age.

Beloved wife of Walter Turner Sr. for 67 years; loving mother of Walter Turner Jr. (Martha), and Peter Turner (Colleen). Cherished grandmother of Andrew Turner (Courtney), Tara Richardson (Scott), Stephanie Turner, Elliott Turner and great- grandmother of Oliver, Harlow, George, and Crew. Dear sister of Pat Brundage, and Marcia Giller.

Shirley was predeceased by her parents Walter and Marion Smith, sister Judy Hicks, brothers Al smith and Ernie Hicks.

It is with broken hearts that we announce Shirley’s passing. She had an amazing presence that brought joy and happiness to many lives. She was an avid baker, seamstress, knitter and quilter. So many of us were fortunate to enjoy her many talents. Her famous treats will always be remembered, especially her banana bread, pineapple squares and short bread cookies. Shirley enjoyed these hobbies thoroughly, but as we all know, her greatest pleasure was sharing them with others. Passing these talents on to others also brought great joy to Shirley. Her latest student, Dylan, learning to knit in February of this year. We will continue to remember her beautiful smile and wonderful personality.
We miss you dearly.

At Shirley’s request there will be no visitation or service. A private family service will be held at a later date.
In lieu of flowers, donations made to the Canadian Cancer Society or the Heart and Stroke Foundation would be appreciated by the family.
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Hazel Keys

Posted at 08:51am
Dear Walter and Family. I am so sad to hear of Shirley's passing. Your tribute to her brought tears as for many years while working at Dr. Baker's office, she would bring me Christmas baking treats. She certainly was a talented and special lady and will not be forgotten. Hazel Keys

Vicki Awram

Posted at 05:44pm
So very saddened to hear of Aunt Shirley’s passing Picked flowers and thought of her, Uncle Wally, Peter and Walter today. Hopefully she is with her mom and mine,Uncle Al and Uncle Ernie feeling no thing but love

Marcia Giller

Posted at 03:51pm
We came from a large, loving, and close family. Shirley played two roles in my life, not only was she the matriarch of our family but since losing my mother at a young age, Shirley stepped up as a second mom and told me many times over the years that I was more of a daughter than a sister. I owe much to my sister, "be sure you can do something with your hands" she'd say...cause when you get older, it may be all you have left to do. So she taught me to crochet and knit....She also inspired me to bake and the last few years, our sister Pat and I took over the Christmas baking that Shirley use to do. Shirley was a grandmother to my children, Jeff and Jen, an aunt and a great aunt to many nieces and nephews, a wonderful sister-in-law to Danny Hicks, Layton Brundage, Gloria Smith, and the late Gloria Hicks. She was also predeceased by a step brother, Hartley Hicks. There is another hole in my heart, that will never be filled.

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