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Obituary: Bryan Turner

The funeral of Bryan Turner, took place at West Suffolk Crematorium, Risby, on December 5.

Mr Turner, of Silverley Way, Ashley, died in St Nicholas’ Hospice Care, at Bury St Edmunds, on November 22 after a short illness. He was 79.

Born in Burntwood, Lichfield, Staffordshire, he attended Chase Terrace Middle School, and for 17½ years worked at Sprite Caravans in Newmarket. Later he was a cook for the horseracing students.

His hobbies included horseracing and golf.

Mr Turner is survived by his wife Beryl and also leaves three stepsons, Greville, Adrian and Nicholas, and seven step-grandchildren, Nathan, Scott, Jade, Jordan, Natalie, Sharon and Ellen.

Chaplain to the horseracing industry, the Rev Graham Locking conducted the service.

Among the family and other mourners were: Beryl Turner (widow), Greville and Jordan Boot, Nicholas and Anne Boot, Adrian and Sharon Boot, Nathan Boot, Scott Boot, Jade Boot, Jordan Boot, Natalie Boot, Sharon Boot, Ellen Boot and Billy Boot, Steve Carney, Frank O’Neil, Ann and Colin Tyte, Chris and Angela Johnson, Malcolm Cole, Ivy and Matthew, Judy Carnick, Lou and Dean Payne, Brett and Rachelle Payne, Theresa Hawes, Howard and Emthe Moss, Geoff Smith, Ann, Dereck and Hayley Moss, David Coutts, Ruth and Colin Tuite, Glyn Kingston, Theresa McGee, Ricky Manson, Ken and Susan, Viv and Norman Tate, ‘Bopper’ Bright, Roy Millbanks, Roy and Ian Rutherford, Mick Murray, Robert McKellar, Sheila Hawes and daughter, Mr and Mrs Barber, Dale Clements, Geordie and wife, Mr and Mrs Buchan, and golfing friends, Victor and Rob.

 

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