Ronald Turner

May 03, 2021
Ronald Turner

Unity — Ronald "Ronnie" Turner 2/4/1965 – 4/29/2021

Ronald "Ronnie" Turner, 56, longtime resident, passed away peacefully the morning of Thursday, April 29, 2021, surrounded by his immediate family after a long battle with health complications.

Ronnie was born in Hartford, Conn., Feb. 4, 1965, to Winnie and Peggy Turner, later to become the middle sibling of their five children. Ronnie graduated from Mount View High School in 1983. He was actively working at Huhtamaki, but he would say that his passion was construction, which he spent many years enjoying.

Ronnie was predeceased by his father, Winfield Turner. He is survived by his mother, Peggy Turner; siblings Cindy Jones and her husband Dennis, Clayton Turner and his wife Dustin, Dawna Duclos and her husband Larry, and Libby Moulton and her husband Alan; nieces and nephews Keith, Jenny, Casey, Chad, Kaiser, Bailie, Tyler D, Haleigh, Tyler G, Ashley, Meghan, Lexi, Eric, Josh and Reese; and special grand-nieces and grand-nephews.

He was the definition of family-oriented and any free time he had was spent with nieces, nephews, grand-nieces, grand-nephews, cousins, aunts, uncles and siblings. He had a way of making every bond he had special in its own way.

Ronnie was a diehard Dodge fan and would argue that any day of the week. Ronnie was known for his hugs, smiling face and his sweatshirt pockets that were always filled with dog bones and lollipops. Of all the things he loved, his passion was cooking, especially his famous yeast rolls.

Thank you to Dr. Kriegel for going above and beyond, and special mention to Anthony Sargent and Cooper, who meant a lot to him.

The family has decided not to have a funeral, but will be holding an intimate graveside burial. A celebration of life will be announced at a later date. Memories and condolences may be shared at

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