In Memory

Danny C. Turner

Danny C. Turner

Danny Carl Turner, age 67, of Alton, passed away Sunday, February 17, 2019, at Barnes-Jewish Hospital in St. Louis.

He was born May 9, 1951, in Alton, the son of Carl F. and Elaine J. (Godar) Turner.

Danny had retired from the Wood River Laborer’s Local #338.

He loved pets, especially dogs, he enjoyed baseball and was a loyal St. Louis Cardinals fan. He enjoyed riding his motorcycle on the River Road. Danny will be remembered as a great story teller, and he was always good for a laugh.

Danny is survived by his significant other, Paulette Turner; three siblings and their spouses, Larry Turner, and his significant other, Brenda, of Alton, Vicki and Jon Miller of Godfrey, and Bobby and Mary Turner of AZ; a niece and her husband, Laura and Dominic D’Addezio of St. Louis; a good friend, Eva Horyn; and his dog, Jack.

He is preceded in death by his parents.

Visitation will be held Saturday, March 2, 2019, from 12:30 pm until the time of service at 2:30 pm at Elias, Kallal and Schaaf Funeral Home in Alton with Fr. Steven Janoski officiating.

Per his wishes, cremation rites have been accorded.

Memorials may be donated to the Alton Area Animal Aid Association.

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02/24/19 11:04 AM #1    

Susan Garner (Kinsella)

Rip Danny

02/24/19 03:17 PM #2    

Pamela Moehle (Marko)

What a great friend in high school. RIP Danny 

02/28/19 03:55 PM #3    

Mary Thornton (Merkle)

RIP Danny, will never forget how funny you were in class when you would cut up and keep us laughing.   I always thought of you as a friend in those days. So happy to see you, Paulette and Eva were still fiends as well.  My goodness where has the time gone when you would come to the East Alton Bowl where we were all at.  You are gone now, but not forgotton.


04/15/19 10:38 PM #4    

Pamela Goolsby (Lueras)

RIP in Danny. I have known you since junior high. You were a good freind.

05/31/19 10:05 PM #5    

Pamela Goolsby (Lueras)

I am so sad to hear of Danny's passing. I have known him since junior high. I lived down the street from him. He was a good friend. I pray his family finds peace.Rest in Peace my Friend.

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