of Dr. Steven L. Berg

Ivor “Jack” Turner

I have not written anything for 10 days.  I am sure that I will be reflecting both privately and publicly about the events that have transpired, but not tonight.

I will just say that early Monday morning my dear friend and coffee drinking buddy shared our last cup of coffee together.  And today, we laid Jack to rest.

Tomorrow we will not be able to share coffee and breakfast together.


Turner, Ivor “Jack”, age 87, July 16, 2012. Beloved husband of Naomi Ruth (nee Parker). Dearest uncle of Larry (Chris) Parker of California and Pam (Brian) Stewart of Oregon. Dear friend of Chinky, his childhood dog. Preceded in death by parents William and Louie (Brokenshire) Turner. Jack was born in Cornwall, England and immigrated with his parents and settled in Highland Park where his father worked for Ford Motor Car Company. He attended Liberty Elementary and Henry Ford TradeSchool graduating in 1943 followed by volunteering for the Marines. In WWII he served in the Pacific Theatre and Japan, was honorably discharged and worked for Ford until retirement in 1992. Jack joined the Henry Ford Trade School Alumni Association in 1953, served on the Board of Directors and became President in 1974. He enjoyed golfing, bowling, gardening, and one of his great loves, his boat “Miss No Name.” Funeral Friday [July 20] 1 pm at McCabe Funeral Home, 31950 W. 12 Mile Rd., Farmington Hills. Visitation Thursday 3-8 pm. Interment Grand Lawn Cemetery.


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