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    Euteva Turner, 1922 ~ 2009

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    Euteva Imogene (Moore) Turner was born on Dec. 15, 1922, to Garland and Eva (Jackson) Moore at Sentinel, Okla., and passed away on Friday, June 5, 2009, at Mercy Hospital at Oklahoma City, Okla.

    Euteva graduated from the Dill City High School in 1940. She married Buel Albert Turner, on Oct. 21, 1943, at Dill City and to this union three children were born: Ron, Linda and Carol.

    Euteva and Buel were married for 46 years; Buel passed away on July 29, 1990.

    Euteva enjoyed reading her bible, sewing and needlework. She loved to cook and spend time with her family. Euteva was a member of the Spring Creek Baptist Church in Oklahoma City, Okla.

    Euteva is survived by a son, Ron Turner, and his wife, Larraine of Edmond, Okla.; two daughters, Linda Dull, and her husband, Duane, of Moab, and Carol Beason, of Burns Flat, Okla.; three sisters, Sylvia Parker, of Sentinel, Okla., Jenelle Mercer, and her husband Gean, of Seguin, Tex., and Elouise Shuiz of Reynoldsburg, Ohio; a brother-in-law, Joe Evetts, and his wife Doris, of Sentinel, Okla.; eight grandchildren, 15 great-grandchildren and two great-great-grandchildren.

    She is preceded in death by her parents, Garland and Eva Moore, her husband, Buel Turner, one sister, Geraldine Evetts, one brother, Chester Moore, one granddaughter, Chaney Kay Dull, two nephews and two nieces.

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