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Angela Bradford Streckeisen
· April 6, 2017
The staff at Turner's made my family's difficult time much easier to deal with. Their love and compassion went far beyond business and touched our hearts. I would highly recommend!!
Julie Young
· September 9, 2016
Mr. Turner, Mr. Magill, and their staff have served my family and members of my church over the past several years, and they are caring and compassionate towards their clients. The funeral home is bea...utiful and I would recommend them and their services to anyone at-need or pre-need. Thank you gentlemen for being so compassionate and caring and for a job well done time after time. See More
Tim Anderson
· May 24, 2015
Thank you for the awesome job you did with Austin! And the comfort you guys gave us! Thank you!
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By Kirsten Glavin ANDERSON, SC – Cell phone video capturing a procession for a fallen veteran in Anderson has garnered worldwide attention on social media. In the video, an American flag was…
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The Turner Funeral Home very sadly announces the passing of Jean Cunningham Wick, 96, of Ellwood City. You may read her obituary, sign her guestbook, or send your condolences, by clicking on the link below:

Jean Morrow Cunningham Wick, 96, was born on Foch Street in the Ewing Park section of Ellwood City on May 11, 1921 to parents Carrie Burket Morrow and Charles King Morrow. Shortly after her birth, her father, C.K. Morrow, built the house in Ewing Park where she grew up. Jean spent her final years th...
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The Turner Funeral Home sadly announces the passing of Joyce Georgia Poole Snowden, 89, formerly of this area. You may read her entire obituary, sign her guestbook, or send your condolences by clicking the link below:

Joyce Georgia Poole Snowden, 89, formerly of Beaver and North Sewickley, passed away peacefully on Thursday, February 8, 2018 in the Wesbury UM Retirement Center in Meadville, PA. <p> She was born September 16, 1928 in Steubenville, OH to the late Edgar Alan Poole and Georgianna Ramaley Poole. She g...
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The Turner Funeral Home sadly announces the passing of Charles W. Evans Jr. of Butler, 59. You may read his entire obituary, sign his guestbook, or send condolences by clicking on the link below:

Charles W. Evans, Jr., 59, of Butler PA, formerly of Ellwood City, passed away on Tuesday evening, February 6 2018 at a friend"s residence. He was born in Ellwood City on February 2 1959 to Joan Gosciewski Evans of Ellwood City, and the late Charles William Evans Sr. <br> In addition to his father,....
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The "pall of death" hung over Central Pennsylvania in October 1918. A massive outbreak of influenza killed indiscriminately and left hundreds dead. On a single ...day in mid-October, 45 residents of Harrisburg died from the flu or pneumonia.

This left funeral directors with more bodies than they could bury.

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Undertakers in Harrisburg found their morgues full of flu victims in October 1918 with no way to give them proper burials.
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Thanks to Louise Carroll, and Bob Morabito for this enlightening article. I grew up looking at that large photo of J Wilbur Randolph, which hanged in the old American Legion in the walk down on Sixth Street. I always wondered what happened to that large photo... The real family name was Fitz Randolph...I'm sure of Scottish extraction. We played as children at that house. I also thought he was a member of the early American expeditionary Force, not drafted. Regardless, we honor Dewey Minteer... not sure if he was related to my Minteer cousins. And all 15 Ellwoodians killed in WWI. They gave their lives for the freedoms we enjoy today. In remembering them, we honor them.

ELLWOOD CITY — In 1919, the American Legion Post 157 in Ellwood City was named in honor of J. Wilbur Randolph.The July 3, 1919, edition of the
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The Turner Funeral Home sadly announces the passing of Phyllis Jean Main Gordon, 89, of Ellwood City. You can read her entire obituary, sign her guestbook, or send condolences by clicking the link below:

Phyllis Jean Main Gordon, 89, of Ellwood City, passed away peacefully on Wednesday evening, January 31, 2018 at the Avalon Nursing Center in New Castle, after an extended illness. <p> She was born in Ellwood City on May 5 1928 to the late Curtis and Edith Majors Main. <br> She was a longtime member....
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The Turner Funeral Home sadly announces the passing of Bernard Wise "Ben" Carbeau, 92, of Marion Township, Beaver County. You may read hiis entire obituary, sign his guestbook, or send the family your condolence by clicking on the link below:

Bernard Wise Carbeau, 92, of Ellwood City (Marion Township, Beaver County), passed away peacefully on Sunday morning, January 28, 2018. He was at his home, surrounded by his loving family. Ben was born in Ellwood City on April 1, 1925 to the late Charles William Carbeau and the late Florence Wise Ca...
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Thirty-two years ago the world watched as the first teacher in space, Sharon Christa McAuliffe, and her fellow crew members of Space Shuttle Challenger, died when just 73 seconds into its mission, it exploded.

The Turner Funeral Home sadly announces the passing of Lydia M. Simmons, 81, of Ellwood City. You may read her entire obituary, sign her guestbook, or send your condolences by clicking on the link below:

Lydia M. Simmons, 81, of Ellwood City, passed away peacefully on Friday evening, January 19, 2018 at the VNA Inpatient Hospice in Butler. She was born in Zelienople PA on March 28 1936 to the late Charles Mathes and Lydia Josephine Davidson. She also was preceded by her stepfather, Scotty Davidson.....
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The Turner Funeral Home sadly announces the passing of George L. "Butch" Dwyer, 76, of Franklin Township, Beaver County. You may read his obituary, sign his guestbook, or send your condolence, by clicking on the link below:

George L. "Butch"� Dwyer, 76, of Ellwood City (Franklin Township), passed away peacefully on Tuesday evening, January 16 2018 at The Grove at Harmony PA. He was born in Ellwood City on April 4 1941 to the late George W. and Alberta Geary Dwyer. <p> George graduated from Lincoln High School in Ellw...
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Turner Funeral Home sadly announces the passing away of Albert Poholsky, 96, of Ellwood City. You may read his entire obituary, sign his guestbook, or send your personal condolences by clicking on the link below:

Albert W. Poholsky, 96, of Ellwood City, passed away peacefully on Sunday January 7 2018 at his home. He was born in Sagamore PA on November 29 1921, to the late Stephen and Anna Gaborack Poholsky. <p> Al graduated from Lincoln High School in Ellwood City, and Geneva College with a B.S. in accountin...
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