Kimberly Ann Turner

No public services are planned at this time for Kimberly Ann Turner, 59, Eudora, who passed away Monday, February 1, 2021, at her home, surrounded by family.

Kim was born September 10, 1961, in Topeka, the daughter of Augusta Edward and Ruby Rae Jackson Ramey. She did administrative work in the health care industry.

Her husband Adrian and daughter Haley Turner survive of the home. Other survivors include her mother, Ruby Ellis, Lawrence; her father, Augusta Edward Ramey, Lawrence; brother Ray Ramey, Lawrence; sister Rene’, Eudora; brother John Grimes, Salina; and sister Niki Kihm, Bentonville, Ark.; and many nieces and nephews.

Messages & Condolences

From Gloria High...

Adrian and Haley, I am so sorry for your loss of your wife and mom. I am praying for you both.

From Carol Langston...

I am so sorry for your loss. Kimberly will be remembered in all of our hearts. God bless your family.

From Adrian K Turner...

This is a poem I wrote for Kim before we were Married: Oh baby what can I say, You’re not here, just far away. You lighten my load, to my face bring a smile. I can feel you here, all the while. My days seem empty, my nights seem long. Everywhere I look it’s your face I see. Just a thought of you makes my day for me. Your smile is my sunshine, your skin soft to touch. I can never get enough of you, it could never be too much. To the one who is so beautiful, my baby is always there. Sometimes it’s hard, you’re so moody I always scare. But your reassuring touch shows how much you care. Give your love to me, let me feel it everywhere. In the air I breath, in the load I bare. As I said before I don’t know what to say. But to let you know, I love you each and every day. Signed: Lovesick, Romantic, Forlorn Heart torn, To sum it up a half-grown pup.

From Adrian K Turner...

Thank you for the kind thoughts and memories. She was the best wife a man could ever have and she will be missed greatly.

From Toby and Staci Prawl, Bryce and Brylie...

Adrian, Haley, and Family,
We are so saddened to read of the loss of Kim. Her warm smiles and friendly waves will greatly be missed. Praying for your peace and comfort.

From Patti Brown...

So sad to hear this. Kim was one of the best workers we had ever had and well liked by all. She had a sense of humor. I kept in touch the last year by text and photos. We both liked flowers. Rest in peace pain free in Heaven my friend until we see you again. Prayers & strength for the Family that she talked about a lot.

From Carrie Coffey...

Oh the talks we had and the laughs we shared, she was always willing to help with anything. Working with her at KU was always a joy. May she rest in peace, pain free and enjoying her everlasting paradise in Heaven. Prayers for the family

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