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Deborah Jean Turner

Deborah Jean Turner, 64, of Cairo, Missouri, passed away at her home on Sunday, September 15, 2019. Deborah was born October 20, 1954, in Framingham, Massachusetts, to Fredrick R. and Dorothy (Davis) Dutton. She moved to Missouri, in 2003 with Randall Creed. She was preceded in death by her dad, Fredrick Dutton; step- father, William Bassette; and brother, Francis Dutton. Survivors include her mother, Dorothy Bassette; Randall Creed of Cairo, Missouri; her children: Evan Turner and fiancé Maria of Moberly, Missouri, Chris Turner of Haloyoke, Massachusetts, and Sally Wriedt and husband Kenneth of Moberly, Missouri; step-children: Richelle Gobel, Ryan Creed and Richard Gobel III all of Renick, Missouri; grandchildren: Kyleigh Gobel, Richard Gobel IV and Barrett Gobel all of Renick, Missouri, Natalie Turner and Nathan Turner of Holoyoke, Massachusetts, Ian Wriedt and Daryl Wriedt both of Moberly, Missouri; brothers: Michael Dutton and Larry Dutton both of Springfield, Massachusetts. No services are scheduled at this time. Cremation has been accorded by Million Taylor Funeral Homes of Moberly. To send flowers or a memorial gift to the family of Deborah Jean Turner please visit our Sympathy Store.

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Tougher than I ever imagined

Christopher Turner Sep 18 2019 12:00 AM

My husband Gary and I had the pleasure of knowing and having Debbie in our lives as a friend. She was always a very kind, thoughtful, and fun loving person to be around. Even though the years and distance separated us, we will never forget you. Gone too soon. May you be pain free and Rest In Peace. Our thoughts and prayers go out to her loving children, Chris, Sally, and Evan and all of her cherished friends and family left behind. God Bless You.

Gina Ricciardi Sep 18 2019 12:00 AM

I am so sorry that Debbie was taken so soon. I know this is so hard to deal with. I to will miss her along with so many others . I loved how she welcomed me into your home the first time your Uncle Guy brought me to your families house. Evan,Chris & Sally were all still very young. But you guys were the cutest. I remember the parakeet that talked by the kitchen table. It was so funny because it would say all the things that it obviously heard you children saying probably at every meal of every day. Debbie has always been a beautiful thoughtful & caring person. I am glad to have awesome memories to hold dear to me just like you all do. Praying for strength & comfort for you all at this time.

Jennifer S Turner Sep 17 2019 12:00 AM