Winston Turner

Winston Turner
Lear, Bailieborough, Co. Cavan.
Tuesday, 26th January.
Peacefully at Cavan General Hospital.
Former County Councilor.

Deeply regretted by his loving wife Hazelene, his sons and daughters Lynne, David, Bradley, Duane, Dawne and Andrea, Brother Roy, sons in law, daughters in law, grandchildren, nieces, nephews and extended family and friends “the lord is my shepherd”

Due to current government and HSE guidelines winstons Funeral will be private to family only.
Funeral procession will leave his residence Thursday at 2.15pm to arrive at Corglass Presbyterian church for funeral service at half past two.
Private cremation will take place afterwards in Lakelands Crematorium Cavan.
Please adhere to social distancing guidelines for those who are standing along the funeral procession.
Funeral service will be recorded and uploaded to Clarke’s funeral directors Facebook page after the funeral https://www.facebook.com/clarkesfuneraldirectors/
No flowers please donations in lieu if desired to Mental health Ireland, a charity close to winston”s heart c/o Clarke’s funeral home Bailieborough.

***** Please use the condolences box below. Your condolences will not appear publicly immediately as comments are held for moderation and must be approved. Identifiable information such as an address or phone number will be edited out of comments. You do not have to fill the email and website box*****

22 COMMENTS

  1. We are sorry to learn of Winston’s passing .
    He was held in high regard and will be sorely missed. Our thoughts are with you at this sad time.

  2. Sincere sympathy to Andrea and all the Turner family on the death of Winston. Micheal and Sharon Brady St Christophers

  3. Hazelene and family. Thinking about you all at this sad time. We express our sympathy.
    Charlie and Elizabeth. Canada.

  4. Our deepest sympathy to the wife and family of the late Winston Turner. Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this sad time. Pat & Margaret Ruxton

  5. Deepest sympathy to all the Turner family on the sad passing of Winston, may he rest in peace. From the McCullagh Family, Beglieve

  6. Deeply saddened to hear of Winston’s death. My sincere sympathy to Hazelene and family. I knew him best for his work with the Bailieborough Mental Health Committee, a project which he cherished greatly.

  7. With prayerful sympathy to Hazelene and Family on their sad loss.
    Chris & Muriel Treacy & Audrey Kinsella

Comments are closed.