In Memory Of Turner, Linda


Private Service
Kane & Fetterly - 

It is with deep sadness that I announce the passing of Linda Turner on Sunday April 18th at the age of 71. She was born in Montreal November 30th 1949 to Fredrick and Maureen Turner. Linda truly lived life to its fullest. She enjoyed the simple pleasures of life. Linda is the kind of person who walks into our lives for a moment but stay In our hearts forever. She is survived by her sister Donna MacLeod (Turner), her partner Allan Plotnick, and her two daughters Alexis and Lauren Turner.

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Messages for the Family of Turner, Linda

From: Christian Haentzler

From: Gail Goldstein

My deepest condolences to the family.
Linda was in our Red Hat group and we had a lot of fun together.
she will be missed. May she R.I.P.
Gail goldstein
From: Jerry

Goodbye Linda. I will see you again someday.
From: Barry Levine

My sincere condolences to Allan and the family on the passing of Linda. As a Vcop myself I knew the ambitious and excited role she played while out on patrol and the kindness and relaxed sense of humour she showed at our bbq and get to together suppers. She will always be in our ( mine) thoughts
Barry Levine
From: Robert

Sincere condolences to Allan and family of Linda
From: Carol Tucker

I am so, so sorry to lose my dear friend, Linda.
She had called last week, but I was not home.
I was unable to reach her at the hospital.
I just can’t get over the loss....there will be a hole in my heart for a very long time.
From: Phillip Mayman

To; Alan and Family,
Please accept my deepest condolences on the loss of your dear Linda. She will be missed by all including her friends at vCop.
May you know no more sorrow.
From: David Goldsmith

Allan and family, Linda was a very nice person with whom you could have a great talk. We enjoyed having both of you as part of our VCOP family. That is what we are, a family. Losing Linda is like losing one of our family and it brings great sadness.

Remember all the good times with Linda and may they sustain your days ahead. May you and your family be spared further sorrow
From: Susie and Harvey Schwartz

Dear Allan and all of Linda’s Family,
Our sincerest condolences on the loss of Linda. She was a sweet and sensitive female with a heart of gold. Enjoyed time with her as vCOP’s together. May the Family have no more sorrow.
Sincerely Susie and Harvey.
From: Felice Stober

To Allan & family

We were very saddened to hear of the passing
of Linda. She will be missed by her VCOP family. May you be spared further sorrow.
From: Colleen Colby

My sincere condolences. I remember Linda always laughing.
From: Jim Cherry

I will always remember Linda as someone who was so full of life and laughter. She didn’t have an easy road but she provided a fabulous example of someone of amazing strength and Grace. Lauren and Alexis were truly blessed to have had her in their lives.

We didn’t spend a lot of time together during the last few years and for that I am sincerely sorry. She will be missed.
From: Lorna. Singer

Dear Allan Alexis and Lauren, Linda and I had been friends since 1973, when we took CPR
Together. And had remained close since then. Needless I too was shocked and feel as alone
As you all do. Please accept my very sincere condolences and hope one day tears will turn to all the good memories that she provided us with always smiling and happy Love to you.
Lorna Singer
From: Betty Cornelius

Allan and family we at CANGRANDS are heartbroken with you. Linda was a great friend and a CANGRANDS chapter leader. Linda will be dearly missed. Linda loves her girls and I pray they will follow her in doing wonderful things in your life and remember that “failure is not an option”. Sending love to all who love her.
From: Dave, Connie Libby

Alan, Alexis, Lauren
We remember Linda so fondly from Cangrands camps. We talked on the phone at least 1x a month. She had such a good outlook on life and sense of humour. She will be sorely missed. Thanks for the info to watch the funeral. I could view it up until Lauren's talk. What I could hear was heartfelt and so appropriate. Unfortunately, just as you got started, the broadcasting stopped. I called in to the funeral home but the gal I talked to didn't know what happened. I'm going to check in a couple of days and hopefully be able to view the service. Our thoughts and prayers remain with all of you.
Dave, Connie Libby, Jada & Layla