In Memory

Lonnie Turner

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07/11/20 12:52 PM #2    

Peter Lavoro

Sorry to see you go way too soon bro. The lights will be dimmer without you that's for sure.


07/12/20 12:27 PM #3    

Michael Gable

Ditto Gary's and Pete's sentiments.  Lonnie was a good guy and will be missed.


07/12/20 05:31 PM #4    

Lee Sinoff

I'm very sorry to hear about Lonnie's passing. I have fond memories of Lonnie at Landon, and I know he will be missed by everyone who had a personal relationship with him, both during our days in school & in the years since then.

Sincere condolences to his family & friends,

Lee Sinoff


07/12/20 05:40 PM #5    

Gary Fletcher

So sorry to hear about Lonnie. He was truly one of the good guys!! He was liked by all who knew him. The Gators lost one of their biggest fans!

 Sincere condolences to his loving family

Gary Fletcher 


07/12/20 08:52 PM #6    

Les (Leslie) Price

This list has gotten way too long.  It makes one think a little more than usual.  Lonnie Turner was a friend of mine both at Landon and for many years afterword.  He was a Jax Fireman and a great softball pitcher.  He always was friendly to everyone and had a smile on his face.  Many good memories Lonnie.  May you forever rest in piece.


07/13/20 11:27 PM #7    

Steve Strumlauf

All  of you that have posted comments on Lonnie's passing are 'spot on".  I would see him at the Avenues Mall and we would have lunch together and talk about all the great times we had at Landon, and we also talked about the Gators.  He will truly be missed.  Prays for his family.

 

 

 


07/14/20 04:42 PM #8    

Kenny Fink

Good guy, good sense of humor, big smile.  Condolences-to Sue and family. Ken Fink


07/14/20 09:19 PM #9    

Mary Bardon (Champney)

A true friend to everyone. A kind heart. He is one of the best. Thoughts and prayers to his family.heart


07/16/20 12:32 PM #10    

Jean Molter (Yontz)

Lonnie was a very sweet, kind, funny, good friend, and always had a kind word.  I was very fortunate to have known him and his kindness.  Lonnie was also a friend of my brother, Mike Molter, in the Jacksonville Fire Department. Prayers for his familly and all who loved him as they travel this most difficult road of grief.  


07/27/20 01:49 PM #11    

Gary Parnaby

RIP Lonnie my friend, after I came home from RVN we became closer friends through our competition in the Open League of Softball at Drew Park. Those were good times and you had a smile, a good word and respect for everyone. You were one of the real good ones. God Bless you and comfort your family. Gary


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