Donald Stephen Turner

  • Born: September 3, 1944
  • Died: June 28, 2021
  • Location: Boiling Springs, South Carolina

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Donald Stephen Turner
Boiling Springs

Donald Stephen Turner, 76, of 524 Princewood Ct Boiling Springs, passed away Monday, June 28th, at Charles George VA Medical Center in Asheville, NC.
Steve was born in Columbus, N.C. on September 3, 1944, a son of the late Helen Virginia Johnson Turner and Laurel Vaughn Turner and was the husband of Bobbie Hefner McDaniel of the home. He retired from security at United Parcel Service and was a member of First Baptist Church of Valley Falls
He served in the U.S. Army in the Vietnam War. In addition to his wife, he is also survived by a step son, Tim Morton and a daughter in law, Linda Morton of Boiling Springs, 2 step grandchildren and five step great grandchildren.
A memorial Service will be held 10:00 AM on Friday, July 2nd at Seawright Funeral Home in Inman conducted by Rev. Gary Atkins. Burial will be in M.J. Dolly Cooper Veteran's Cemetery in Anderson, SC.

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Bobby Jean, my sincere condolences to you. I know Steve loved you with his whole heart. He only loved God more than you. Those great grands helped to keep him young and he loved them dearly.

Juene Turner, our hearts and prayers are with you also. We pray for strength, comfort and peace.

Steve was more than just a cousin to my family, he was there to help my mom when she needed help as he stayed with her for awhile. He helped with repairs, or cooking etc and just gave her comfort knowing she wasn't alone. I think they both helped each other out. She would drive him to work or other places he needed to go.
As I go to close this, in the words of Steve "God Bless"

Posted by Eleta Ramsey - Inman, SC - Family   July 02, 2021

Just saw this and my heart is broken! So sorry and prayers for family for peace, strength and comfort during this time ! Love you all

Posted by Kay Scruggs - Sptbg, SC - Friend   July 02, 2021

Sorry for your loss, Steve was my cousin and I thought the world of him

Posted by Warren Turner - Greer, SC - Family   July 02, 2021

Bobby Jean & family of Steve, he was a great Christian Man, before he got married he would always come to my mothers house & have lunch, every holiday You could count on Steve. Him & my brothers were so close in their younger days.All the Greggs loved him as one of our own brothers. I loved to hear him sing at church, What a testimony he had. I just loved being around Steve. He's happy now I know he always talked about going Home. Steve the Gregg family is going to miss you so much. I hope when you see Melissa,please give her a Huge hug for me. Love you always brother. My thougths & prayers are with all the family.

Posted by Gwenn Burns - Inman, SC - Family Friend   June 30, 2021


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