Jamie Turner

Hamilton County

James Franklin "Jamie" Turner II passed away Nov. 3, 2012 in Colorado.Jamie loved to laugh and to make others smile with him.Just a day away from his 42nd birthday, he died doing something else he lovedriding his motorcycle.A witty, fun-loving and able jazz guitarist, Jamie was a native of Signal Mountain, and lived in Aurora, Colo., with his wife of eight years, Michelle Urbach Turner.He played football and graduated in 1989 from Sequatchie County High School. He attended both Chattanooga State and the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga.He was adored and will be missed by his loving family.He is survived by his wife Michelle, of Colorado; his parents, Franklin and Millie Turner, of Signal Mountain; his sister and brother-in-law, Celena and Jesse Lockhart, of Signal Mountain; his sister and brother-in-law, Melissa and Jason Mitchell, of Red Bank; his nieces, Jessica and Shelby Lockhart, of Signal Mountain; and a best friend, Steve Clevenger, of Dunlap, Tenn.He was preceded in death by his grandparents, Ernest and Mildred Turner, and Frazier and Lena Andrews.A memorial service is planned at 10 EST Saturday, Nov. 17, at Mount Carmel Baptist Church on U.S. 127 on Signal Mountain near the Hamilton and Sequatchie county line.His family invites the sharing of happy, smiling memories of Jamie during the service, and they plan a visitation at 9 a.m. at the church to view pictures.After the service, Jamies family and closest friends will place his ashes at the family farm.The Turners also will have a memory box, where friends and family may place their last words to Jamie. The box will be sealed and buried with him at the farm.In lieu of flowers, donations or gift cards are welcomed and may be made for Jamies wife in Franklin Turners name at any Citizens Tri-County Bank.

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