Patricia Carol Turner


Mrs Patricia Carol Turner of Edmonton, Alberta passed away peacefully at Capital Care Norwood Palliative Hospice (Agnus McGugan Pavillion), in Edmonton, Alberta at the age of 75 years after a courageous battle with cancer. Patricia “Pat” will be best remembered for her love of family, as she always put family first, and enjoyed cooking huge meals for everyone to partake. Her favorite saying was “Have seconds, I don’t want any leftovers”.
Pat worked for ATB (Alberta Treasury Branch) for 25 years and retired in 1999. She was a gifted artist and musician spending many hours painting, playing her guitar and keyboard. Pat will be lovingly remembered and dearly missed by her husband of 30 years, Dwight Turner; children, Catherine Cheney (Robert Roper), Dwayne Cheney (Lorraine Lachance), Curtis Cheney (Cheryl Berezowski), Robert Turner, Donovan Turner, Cathy Turner; eleven grandchildren; five sisters and two brothers, as well as by numerous nieces, nephews, and many friends. She was predeceased by her parents Peter and Clara Bush, younger brother James, and the father of her children, William “Bill” Cheney in 2017. The Turner/Cheney family would like to extend their gratitude to the staff at Capital Care Norwood Palliative Hospice, as well as a special thank you to Dr. R.T. Barton and the nurses for the many home visits and exceptional care they provided to Pat throughout her illness. A Celebration of Pat’s Life will be held at a later date. For those who so desire, memorial donations may be made directly to the Cross Cancer Institute – 11560 University Avenue, Edmonton, Alberta T6G 1Z2, or Capital Care Norwood Palliative Hospice – 10410 111 Avenue NW, Edmonton, Alberta T5G 3A2.

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Donna Boutin

10 years ago, I moved into my first home. Pat was the first person to welcome me to the neighborhood and offer me coffee. She soon became good friends with both myself and my mom. Off in the red Mustang sports car to shop and enjoy! Later she brought dog treats to leave my dog out while I was at work. As the years would pass we would walk around our neighborhood lake that was close by. When I got the news of her diagnosis, my heart sank. Time continued on and she kept active by going out whenever she could. I felt happy and safe that she was still home. Until she left for the hospital, that is when it really hurt… I knew….. I love her so much and I still can hear her beautiful calming voice when I think of her. I have beautiful Xmas decorations, painted rocks in my yard, and a gorgeous sunflower painting that hangs in my dining room. She is an amazing lady, whom I will always love and never forget.

Sharon Truemner

So sad to hear that Pat has lost her battle with cancer. She was a beautiful lady and will be truely missed.
Thinking of Dwight and her family at this very sad time. Many, many hugs sent your way!
Love Sharon & Ken Truemner (Turner)

Darren Psiurski

Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

Darren Psiurski & Family

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