“No the journey does not end here. Death is just another path; one we all must take. The grey rain curtain of this world rolls back and turns to silver clouds and then you see it! White shores, and beyond the far green country, into a swift sunrise”.-Tolk
  • 58 years old
  • Born on March 14, 1958 in Cincinnati, Ohio, United States.
  • Passed away on August 29, 2016 in Cincinnati, Ohio, United States.

“What no eye has seen, 
What no ear has heard,

And what no human mind has conceived-
Are the things God has prepared for those that love Him”
-Saint Paul 1 Corinthians 2:9

This memorial website has been created in memory of Danny Turner who passed from the land of the dying to the land of the living on August 29, 2016.

For over 30 years Danny owned and operated a lawn care and maintenance business. It served as his livelihood; but it did not define his life.

His life consisted of: being a devoted follower of Christ, beloved son, steadfast brother, faithful father and loyal friend.

His relationships with others was the most important quality and aspect of his time here among us.

As his family and friends we will miss him dearly because we loved him deeply.

We invite you to share your thoughts and stories about Danny. There are so many good ones to write down and tell.

A GoFundMe page has been set up for his youngest daughter Anastasia for her college fund.



Thank you,

Turner family

Posted by Tom Franken on 12th February 2017
Thanks Marti Solis for letting me know about Dan. Lesa and I remained in contact with Dan after the military service thru Christmas cards the first few years but for the last 20 yrs we lost contact. I worked with Dan at military pay. I worked at that same liquor store in the evenings after working day shift in military pay and I think he probably started work at the liquor store on the south side of Cheyenne when I was transferred over to Germany from FE Warren. The picture of Dan and I along with my wife Lesa brought back such fond memories of Dan when we would play cards at our apartment off base near the old hospital in Cheyenne. Yes the ski trips over to Medicine Bow peak near Laramie,Wy were such fun and Bobbi Jurinko (the semi pro ski skier) always had his hands full keeping us vertical and missing the trees. Dan was a great guy. Oh yes I bought Dan's 350 Honda from him when he upgraded in 1979 or 80. Kept it for a few years till I upgraded to a Kawasaki 1000. Ha ha fine minds must have been thinking alike. Lesa and I extend our sincere sympathy to Dan's family and know that Dan is smiling down on us right now just like he was always smiling when he was around all of us.
Posted by Martin Solis on 11th February 2017
I too worked with Dan at Accounting & Finance, F.E. Warren AFB Cheyenne Wyoming.Dan was a standup guy full of laughs. We all were so young living life to the fullest. I see a pic with him & Tom Franken. I am proud & honored to have called Dan my friend. RIP & give a hug to my Kathy
Posted by Butch Winkler on 9th February 2017
Worked with Dan about 4 years at F E Warren AFB Cheyenne Wy in Military Pay section. Top notch guy and friend. Hard worker and smart. We also worked together after Air Force at Town and Country Liquor almost full time. We had a good time. He loved life. He would ride that KZ 1000 from Cheyenne all the way to Myrtle Beach SC on vacation. Had a Ford Pinto like mine until he went on a trip somewhere and hit a donkey on the road and totaled it. Super Dude. A pleasure to have known him. Love the pictures. One was from Cheyenne of him Larry Birchfield Harold Bernd
Posted by Robert Jurinko on 20th December 2016
Dan was one of my best friends ever, whom I meet in the Air Force Cheyenne WY. His care free and adventure for life was so awesome. He would just dive into what ever he was doing snow skiing, riding his motorcycle, and being a friend. We had rivalry where he was a Bengals fan me a Steelers fan which was a lot of fun. I loved Dan Turner like a brother. He always had a big smile and distinct laugh like " he-he-he". I could go on and on. He will be missed, but I have so many good memories with him. You made my life so much better knowing you. Thanks you for being my FRIEND!!!!!!!!
Posted by Debra Moreland on 17th October 2016
this is for you Dan, I love the Louis Armstrong song too!

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