Margaret “Peggy” Turner

1925 ∼ 2020

Francoise Rocher and family of Centerville wrote:

Au revoir, Marguerite et Adieu. Nous tous, Francoise, Edouard, Eric, Anne-Laure, Giselle et Sydney t'aimons du fond de nos coeurs. Tu nous avais adoptes comme une petite famille francaise; au cours de bien des annees tu avais tant de plaisir a ecouter ce qui se passait dans nos vies et tu priais pour chacun de nous. Nous avons ecoute, puis rejoin ta joie de la merveille des solos de piano, ta fascination des beautes de la nature et la profondeur de ta vision du bien en parole et en action. Ton extraordinaire dignite nous a bien souvent emus. Merci; nous sourions a tant de souvenirs de promenades, visites a la fraicheur de ton jardin, cantiques de Noel, chantes ensemble et les satisfactions de nos conversations francaises. ce furent des moments benis de profonde amitie. Francoise rocher.

Helen Clark Boland of NY wrote:

I am writing on behalf of my mother, Helen Clark, who went to Barnard with Margaret. We are so sorry to hear of her passing. When Mom came to visit us in the summer at the Cape, I would take her to visit with your Mother. Mom is not able to write herself, but please know that we are praying and thinking of you and your family.

Elizabeth Clark of Lewisburg WV, wrote:

Margaret Turner was a classmate of my mother Helen Clark at Barnard College. I grew to know Margaret when I tagged along with Mom on her visits to Margaret in Cape Cod. Margaret was a strong and remarkable woman who was well versed in literature and languages. She had an incredible memory of everyone in our family. She will be missed.