Betty Dunn Turner

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Mrs. Betty Dunn Turner, age 82 of Winnfield, Louisiana passed away Monday, December 2, 2013 at Life Care Hospital in
Shreveport. Mrs. Turner was a homemaker, a native of Alexandria and a graduate of Bolton High School and University of
Louisiana at Lafayette. She was a member of the First United Methodist Church of Winnfield, the Irene Woods Sunday School Class, Tremont Homemakers and Loyalty Chapter, D.A.R. Mrs. Turner was the daughter of the late Percy Marion Dunn and the late Helen Slocum Dunn. She was also preceded in death by her husband Henry “Gene” Turner. She is survived by her children Debbie Wyatt and her husband George of Monroe, La., Connie Sullivan of West Monroe, La., Randy Turner and his wife Kathy of Winnfield, La., Tammy Smith of Oil City, La., Penny O’Bryan and her husband Ronnie of Winnfield, and Lisa Horn and her husband Larry of Ruston, La. Mrs. Turner is also survived by twelve grandchildren, eleven great grandchildren: Chris Wyatt and his wife Angela of Monroe, LA; Adam Wyatt, his wife Megan and daughter Rowan of Monroe, LA, Hillary Loeber, her husband Jason and their daughter Anna Grace of Prairieville, LA, Brandon Sullivan of Monroe, LA, Courtney Sullivan and her son Jackson of Shreveport, LA, Belinda White, her husband Jonathon
and their daughters Emily, Madeliyn and Lily of Winnfield, LA, Michelle Hickman, her husband Cole and their son Ryan of Winnfield, LA, Bryan Wagoner, his wife Penny and their children Taylor, Vivian and Riley of Haughton, LA, Megan Wedgeworth, her husband Todd and their daughter Zoe of Shreveport, LA, Brittany Williamson and her husband Jarod of Hot Springs, AK and Lindsay Horn of Ruston, LA. Mrs. Turner was also survived by two brothers Charlie Dunn of Sulphur, KY, Bill Dunn of Shreveport, LA, and one sister Alice LeJeune of Alexandria, LA. Funeral Services were held Thursday at 11:00 a.m. at the First United Methodist Church of Winnfield with Reverend Bill Willis, Sr. Officiating. Interment followed in the Garden of Memories Cemetery in Winnfield under the direction of Southern Funeral Home of Winnfield.
Pallbearers were Mike Lancaster, Wayne Sandifer, Kiah Beville, Benny Smith, Don Causey, and John “Bo” Walker.
The family request that in memorials be made to the First United Methodist Church Chanel Choir and or the Children’s Programs, 300 W. Main St. Winnfield, LA 71483. 
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