Bill Turner

Turner, William “Bill” crossed the finish line Monday August 6, 2018 at the Chatham Kent Hospice. Husband of Cindy for 37 years. Father of Taryn, Andrew and Morgan. Survived by Don McKay, along with his daughter Allie and Larry Giordano. Grand Paw of Colton. Predeceased by his parents Dr. William and Joyce Turner and in laws Don and Gayle McKay-Powers.  Bill was a long standing contractors sales with Rona, and enjoyed all his friends there. Bill’s family will be remembering him privately. Those wishing to make a memorial contribution are asked to consider the Chatham Kent Hospice. Online condolences are welcome at

11 Comments on “Bill Turner”

  1. We have had many good times and fond memories with Bill. He was a great guy and will be sadly missed by many.

  2. We are very sorry to learn of Bill’s passing. We send our support to Cindy and family and our condolences.

    With love,
    Nancy Wilson Steele and the Wilson family

  3. Very sorry for your loss. I always enjoyed talking & working with Bill , a very talented professional!
    A great friend too. RIP

  4. Bill (Clutch) had an infectious laugh, wonderful sense of humour and was a joy to be around. So many fond memories. Erieau is a sadder place today with his loss. Condolences to Cindy and family.

  5. The news truly came as a shock for Bill was so young. For Cindy and the children, Tina and I send our love and so wish that you bear his loss with so many happy memories of when “Billy” was with you, as he will be always in your hearts. Such a fine person who I admired and enjoyed when we did have the chance to see you each other. It seems now so very long ago and I regret all the more not being there with you more recently.
    Cousin John and Tina.

  6. I was shocked to hear of Bill’s passing. I have so many happy memories of the time we spent together as families. Bill was always a bright light and I loved his sence of humour. He was truly a gift to all who knew him. Cindy & family, I hope you are coping well remembering all the happy times you shared with Bill.
    Much love to you all….you will remain in my prayers.
    Jane Poile

  7. I am so sorry to hear of Bill’s passing. Bill and Cindy were good friends and an important part of a much earlier part of my life at the Eau. Their home was open to their friends, night or day. Bill would always have a pot of coffee on and I count myself fortunate to have shared more than a few cups with he and Cindy. We had some great fun together and Bill was always at the centre of whatever shenanigans happened to be going on at the time. Bill, you will be missed! My condolences to you, Cindy, and to your family.

  8. I was stunned to hear of Bills passing today. Shared a lot of great memories growing up in both Chatham and Erieau. A very genuine and sensitive person.
    Sincere condolences to Cindy and family.

  9. My heart goes out to Bill’s family. Bill and I got to know each other thru business we did together and found out we shared many friends. Bill’s wife Cindy would stop in to see my Dad Bill McAlorum as would Bill on his bike rides. In the end it was a very small world. I am going to miss you my friend.

  10. My sincere sympathy to Cindy and family. I was shocked to hear of Billy’s passing. He was too young.

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