– Harold Turrentine, 3636 N
Bernard ST, Chicago, IL 60618-4205
– Elaine Schmidtling,
– Jean Yanga – 4352 Link 53
E, Kimball, NE 69145
Letter editor and Cemetery
Chair – Joyce Hodges,
17952 168th ST, Bonner Springs, KS 66012 email@example.com
We have some volunteers to hold a National Reunion
in Orange County, North Carolina.
Kermit Turrentine, who has long maintained the Turrentine
Cemetery, has managed to get some others to commit to helping
him. We expect this to be the largest reunion in years as there
been a big demand to have it close enough to visit the Turrentine Cemetery.
I received a belated
notification of the death of James Robert Corry, Jr. James
(#2306) was born 17 August 1938 in Monroe,
Louisiana; the son of James
Robert Corry and Maxine Washburn. He
died 6 September 2011. A wonderful man,
he is missed by his family and friends. Mr. Corry was a retired pharmaceutical
representative and a United States Army veteran.
Tennye Annett McGee Turrentine, born February 16, 1923 to James and Emily McGee in Hitchia,
Oklahoma. She served in the United
States Marine Corps, worked in Warrior’s Restaurant, Ed Fritz Bakery. She
married Waylon “Bill” Turrentine. She was one of the founding members
of True Faith Missionary Baptist Church. She died Oct. 22, 2012 in Kansas City,
Eugenia Turrentine Aiken (#1665.03)
born November 22, 1917, in Petersburg,
Virginia, the daughter of Duncan Cameron
and Mabel Newton Turrentine. Eugenia was
married to Jefferson Boone Aiken, Jr. on November 30, 1940. She
graduated from Furman University
where she majored in music and became an accomplished pianist. She died August
24, 2012 in Florence, South Carolina.
David Arlen Carson (#3060) was
born January 16, 1947 in Emporia,
Kansas, the son of Ernest V. and
Wilma Turrentine Carson. He passed away
on September 13, 2012 at Wesley medical Center in Wichita, Kansas.
Adeline Turrentine Bowles was
born May 5, 1925, the daughter of Martin Vernon (#763) and Eliza Wright
Turrentine. She died August 1, 2012 in Salisbury. She worked as a timekeeper in the United
States Navy Shipyards in Portsmouth,
Virginia, and later in restaurant
work, and 16 years in nursing. She also
served as Sunday school teacher and Girl Scout leader.
Kenneth Charles Turrentine
(#2125) was born on Tuesday, October 13, 1936, to Charlie and Nellie (Smith) Turrentine,
at Red Oak, Oklahoma. Kenneth passed away November 9, 2012 at Denison,
He graduated from Stigler High School, then
attended Texas A&M and later
received his Bachelors degree from Oklahoma
proudly served his country during Vietnam
receiving a bronze
star. He served in the U. S. Air Force
for 20 years. He married Jeanette Smith on February 11, 1956 at Wichita Falls,
Kenneth was a longtime member and deacon at First Baptist
Church where he was a
Sunday school teacher, director, and was the President of the church’s Golden
Jubilee. He was also member of Atoka’s Rotary Club and Atoka County Chamber of
Turrentines in the News
Travis James Barton, graduated from Navy Boot Camp in August
and was assigned to Ft. Sam Houston where he will study to become a hospital corpsman.
Travis is the son of Anita (Turrentine #3484) and Jack Barton.
Marjorie Radebaugh (daughter
of Guy Turrentine #1348 and Rena) retired from nursing in July 2012, but will
continue her work as Mary Kay Cosmetic consultant.
United States Army West Point sophomore running back
Trenton Turrentine collected 47 yards in the Army Air Force game this November. Army
Orange Glen High’s football team had plenty of reasons to be thankful last week. Not only did they beat longtime rival Valley Center High 42-38 on Nov. 2, the
win gave the Patriots their first home playoff game in 15 years. Savoring the
victory among themselves isn’t the team’s style, and coaches decided that the time was right for senior players
to honor teachers or staff members who’ve inspired or challenged them. At
a noontime rally Friday, about two dozen players gave teachers or staff members their away-game jerseys to wear to last night’s
playoff game against Chula Vista’s Hilltop High. Senior wide receiver Austin Cosler chose English teacher Christine Turrentine to
wear his jersey “because for the three years I’ve been here, she’s been like a mom to me.” “She’s been here (for me) no matter what,” said Austin,
16. “She’s always helped me, no matter what class. And I just really appreciated it. … It’s just something
small to give back. (Teachers) put so much time and effort.
Turrentine Family Crest Needlepoint
We still have some Turrentine Family Crest
needlepoints. Cost is $60.00. Don Turrentine has pledged $30 per sale to the
Turrentine Cemetery Special Fund for tombstones for unmarked graves or those
with badly worn stones. If you wish to purchase one send your check made out to:
Turrentine Cemetery Fund. Mail to:
Joyce E. Hodges
17952 168th ST
Bonner Springs, KS 66012
needlepoint is 8
1/2 by 11 1/2 inches and does not include a frame.
Family Tree Maker DNA will be having a sale on DNA
tests if any other Turrentine male is interested.
Please order the 67 markers for $199. I, Joyce Hodges, will pay half
if you are from
the Alexander side of the family tree and join the Turrentine project.
Hey, cousins. I need input for the newsletter. Trolling the internet,
I just didn’t come up
with that much news.
Wishing you Joyful Christmas, with health and
happiness in the New Year.
Turrentine Family Newsletter
c/o Joyce Hodges 17952 168th St, Basehor, Ks 66007