Juanita Mae Turner, 88, passed away Wednesday, July 25, 2018.
Graveside services will be held 10 am on Friday, July 27, 2018 in Stinnett Cemetery with Pastor Scott Wallace officiating. Services are under the direction of Minton Chatwell Funeral Directors of Borger.
Juanita was born October 20, 1929 in McCamey, Texas to Troy Alexander Bralley and Willie Mae Lewis Bralley. She was a proud member of Riverview Baptist Church. She loved to visit and gawk. Juanita was an expert handwriting analyst, a marksman and even took flight lessons.
She is preceded in death by her parents; husband, Oscar Gerald Turner; brothers, Austin L. Bralley, Royce G. Bralley; and sister, Wanda L. Bralley.
Survivors include her daughter, Dianna Lynn Hendren and husband Gary of Idaho; granddaughter, Lindsey Morgan Hendren; sister, Hazel Guinn of Florida; and numerous nieces and nephews.
I am so sorry to hear about this sweet soul passing, sad for those of us who love her but not for her! She is celebrating with Jesus! Glory! I just know she's dancing a jig! What a wonderful, sweet spirited, gentle woman, always a blessing. I'm praying for you, her family.
Lendy TateBorger, TX
Miss Juanita what a joy she was. I loved every minute of being with her. She brought so much life and engery to me and my daughter. She could be hard headed but she had a heart of gold. Fly high my sweet friend and remember to watch over all of us. You will be greatly missed. Scott you and your family have all our prayers.
Heidi PumphreyFritch, TX
I will miss Mrs. Turner dearly. She was a beautiful soul and I'm lucky to have met her.
Hannah ParkerBorger, TX
We will miss seeing her in church. She was a special person. Wish we had known her longer. I miss her already. Rest peacefully dear friend.we love you.
Pat and Bill MurryBorger, TX
Juanita loved her Lord and would occasionally ask me to pray with her for those she had burdens for. She was kind to everyone and always appreciative for small acts of kindness. Will miss her greatly.
Margaret VanceBorger, TX
Ms Juanita will be missed. She was a bright spot in our day.
Eric and Debbie ForsethBorger, TX
I will miss her smiling greeting and her love of her church and those who worship there- Frances Hefner
Frances HefnerStinnett, TX