Ann M. Kimble-Turner, 60, of Enola, passed away
suddenly Saturday, October 29, 2011 at her home. She was born on Sunday, August 5, 1951, in Honesdale, a daughter of the late
Harvey and Helen (Klinkiewicz) Bebensee.
Ann graduated from Wallenpaupack High School in Hawley and received an associate degree from Cayuga Community
College in Auburn, NY. Ann had worked for the past five years as a certified nursing assistant with Messiah Village in Mechanicsburg.
She was also the previous co-owner of Tom’s Interior World in Honesdale. She was a member of the Capital Area Seventh
Day Adventist Church in Mechanicsburg. Ann enjoyed volunteering and working with children through Pathfinders and as an aide
in school. Ann personified unconditional love, a generous spirit and had a heart larger than life. She will be deeply missed
by her loving family.
She is survived
by her husband of four years, Raymond A. Turner, one son, Thomas R. Kimble, III of Mechanicsburg, two daughters; Bonnie M.
Kimble (and her husband, Adam Gordon) of Camp Hill and Stacey A. Kimble (and her husband, Rodney Martinez) of Shippensburg,
two grandsons, whom she adored; Ayden Thomas Martinez and Carson Blayne Martinez, three step-daughters; Tina Turner and Evelyn
(and her husband, Bryan) Reynolds, both of Baldwinsville, NY and Amanda Turner of Phoenix, NY, three step-grandchildren; Tyler
and Bryanne Reynolds and Clayton Jacobson.
to celebrate Ann’s life will be held Tuesday, November 1, 2011 at 2 p.m. in the Ewing Brothers Funeral Home, 630 S.
Hanover St., Carlisle. There will be no viewing. Memorial contributions may be made to The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia
Foundation, P.O. Box 827790, Philadelphia, PA 19182-7790.
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Sending our deepest sympathy, thoughts and prayers to the family.
Kyner's Auto Sales
My deepest sympathies to Ray
and family. I know Ann will be missed by everyone here at Messiah Village. She was a wonderful Nurses Aid and always took
great care of her residents. She had a big heart and loved the people she took care of. I will miss her alot and consider
an honor and a privilege to have worked with her and to know her.
God Bless you and your family.
I worked with Ann for the last 2 Years and I am going
to miss her. She was a wonderful person and always there for you when you needed her. She was loved by many of the people
around her and is going to be missed greatly.
I am so sorry to learn of Ann's death. I was her supervisor at Messiah for about 18 months.
She was a wonderful caregiver keeping in mind the individual needs of each resident. She also loved her husband very
much especially when he brought her lunch. To sum up we have lost a very loving, caring person who will be missed by many.
Suzanne A. Klein RN
Ann showed true love and compassion
to all of the residents at Messiah Village. She will be missed.
I had the distinct pleasure of coming to know Ann through our work at Messiah Village. I always
found her to be sincere and empathetic, not only for the residents for whom she provided care, but for her co-workers as well.
She had a maternal quality with her younger peers, and they were all drawn to that quality in her. What a blessing for us
all to have known her, and what a tragedy that our time together was so brief. Heartfelt thoughts and prayers to her husband
and family. Thank you for sharing her with us.
Ann & I worked at Messiah Village together. She was a great co-worker and friend. I feel so privileged
to have had he chance to get to know her. She will be missed by so many. I know she's up in heaven looking down on us
now. My sympathy goes out to the family. She will be truely missed.
Jasmine M. Walter
Ray, Bonnie, Stacey and Tommy.
I know we will see her again soon.
cannot express my deepest sympathy.
I love you all.
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