The family would like to acknowledge the care he received at RUH. Services will be held at McClure United Church on Saturday Sept. 19th at 1:30 pm
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Wa Wa shrine centre, Patient transportation fund, 2065 Hamilton St. Regina, SK, S4P2E1. Or a charity of your choosing.
Milton "Mick" Turner passed away peacefully and surrounded by the love of his family, On Sept 16th. Mick was born March 7th, 1928 in Saskatoon where he resided. Mick is survived and left to mourn his wife Kathy of 61 years. And their children Dr. David & Tracy Turner daughter Kim and Dr Johnny Jacobsen and grandchildren Kristi, Joelle, and Ryan Jacobsen. Mitchell, (Nicole), and Rochelle Turner. Great granddaughter Piper Turner. Sister, Maxine (Robert Findlay), and numerous nieces and nephews.
Mick was a member of the CN pensioners (former president), Mystic Tie lodge, Wa Wa Shrine, Saskatoon Shrine Club, with the drums and bugles, and Nutana Legion.
Mick was employed by the CNR for 45 years
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