Date: Friday 24th April 2020
A family-only attended funeral service is taking place. The ceremony is being streamed live and can be watched via this link :- visit www.obitus.com user name: accrington1819 password: 972393
Christine Ann Turner
On 14th April, 2020 in hospital, Christine aged 74 years of Altham West, Accrington. The dearly beloved wife of Jack, much loved and loving mum of Carole, Stephen and David, loving nanna of Graeme, Nina, Olivia, Chloe and Willow and grannan of Jack. Also a dear sister, sister on law and auntie.
Christine spent her working life at Mount Pleasant Primary School where she was loved and respected by all – staff, pupils and parents alike. She began as a lunch lady then became a teaching assistant and also worked in the office. Everyone loved Christine. She was always smiling, always happy and spread her happiness over everyone like a warm blanket. Out of work, Christine loved spending her time with her family and huge circle of friends. She loved her holidays, meals out, visiting her friends and chatting on the phone. Christine will be remembered for her beautiful smile, which could fill a room.
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MESSAGES for Christine Ann Turner
|I will never forget you my Friend and I will treasure our memories forever. Sleep well Christine xxx
|Wow !! That what Christine had, the wow factor, her looks matched her fantastic personality, she was a truly amazing lady who will be missed by everyone who had the pleasure of knowing her.x
|Such a wonderful lady who we all loved and shared so many happy memories with. We are going to miss you so much. RIP beautiful Christine. Michelle, Stuart, Jade and Callum xxxx
Peter & Lynne Clough
To a dear sister and sister in law who loved, and was loved by, her family and all who knew her. Always positive, never complaining, Christine was kind, big hearted and generous.
We will miss your smiles and laughter, your passing is a great loss to all our lives. Rest in peace.
The ‘Queen of Mount Pleasant’. When I talk to people about Mrs. T. they have many memories in common; her animal print clothes, fantastic nails, perfect hairstyles and permanent tan. Those of us that knew her for longer, remember her sharp wit, words of wisdom, knowledge of children and their families, practical nature and thirst for knowledge. Over her many years at Mount Pleasant she helped hundreds of children reach their potential and kept many teachers (young and old) on the right track. She will be greatly missed. (I hope, Mrs. T, that my spelling and punctuation is correct.)
Margaret Leonard & Family (Robinson)
|Happiness it self Christine that was you and your very welcoming smile. Thank-you from the bottom of my heart Christine, for all the joy& happiness you brought to your very devoted husband Jack and all of your family.You will be very sadly missed and always remembered with love and affection.Rest now Christine.xxx
We’ll always remember you Christine. I’ve got some cracking memories from when were we all kids growing up, Stephen & David, James & myself getting up to no good!
You always did and always have meant a lot to me, Mum, Dad, James & Alex. Always positive, always happy and brilliant sense of humour.
Lots of Love, The Whittakers xxx
|Christine and I go back a long way and i was lucky to speak to her earlier this year. She was one of the nicest people you could meet. RIP lovely lady x
Chris & Sue Preugschat
Jack, sending you our sincere condolences to you and your family. Christine was such a lovely lady. Always had a smile and such good fun. So sorry to hear the news.
God bless Christine. XX
|An amazing lady who with Jack helped us through a very hard time in our lives, caring for our late Grandad Leonard, we are forever grateful and you will always be in our hearts