10/06/05 - NNHS Newsletter - Barbara Nunnally Turner
Barbara Jean Nunnally Turner
Dear Friends and Schoolmates,
Barbara Nunnally Turner was killed in an automobile accident on Sunday, October 2, 2005.
She moved to Hampton prior to her sophomore year and graduated there with the
Class of 1965, but she began
eighth and ninth grades at NNHS with us. All who ever knew her will remember Barbara's bright smile, cheerful
disposition, and sweet spirit. It is only fitting that she be included in our pages.
From David Whitley ('67) of VA - 10/03/05:
... This morning at 0430, I got a
call about our administrative assistant, that she had a wreck last night
and was killed. I've been working with her for almost 20 years. I was her "gofer", for lack of a better
term. Almost every day she would call me to help her deliver supplies, carry a box or do some kind
of stuff. She was probably the last one I talked to Thursday before I left..........
Oh, David, I'm so sorry for the loss of such a good friend!
(As he hadn't
mentioned her name, I had no idea of whom we spoke. I was astonished to
receive a call
from Sandi only moments later.)
Phone Call from Sandi Bateman Chestnut ('65) of VA - 10/03/05:
started to send you an email, but I just had to call instead. Do you
remember Barbara Nunnally who
went to school with us for a while?..........
Of course. Who could ever forget that tiny little doll baby of a girl?
Thank you so much for calling, Sandi.
|Fall of 1960||Fall of 1961|
Barbara Jean Nunnally Turner
SMITHFIELD - Barbara
Jean Nunnally Turner, 58, of 209 Oakwood Lane, died Sunday, Oct. 2, 2005.
Barbara was a native of Richmond, Va., and worked in the planning department
at Dominion Virginia Power, Surry. Barbara is survived by her husband,
Charles Wayne Turner of Smithfield; two daughters, Melanie Joynes and
Elizabeth 'Beth' Giuliana, both of Hampton, Va.; a sister, Nancy Jones of
Louisa County, Va.; two brothers, Rufus 'Bubba' Nunnally III of Louisa
County, Va., and Donald Nunnally of Savannah, Ga.; and four grandchildren. A
funeral service will be at 2 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 6, in the Colonial Funeral
Home Chapel. Dr. Donald R. Rhoton will be officiating. Burial will be in St.
Luke's Memorial Park Cemetery. The family will receive friends from 7 to
8:30 p.m. Wednesday at the funeral home. Arrangements are in the care of
Colonial Funeral Home, Smithfield, Va.
deepest sympathy for your loss.
Barbara was a good friend and will be missed very much.
Jim Warren (Smithfield,
VA ) - October 4, 2005
|My deepest, and heart felt condolences to Barbara's husband and family. She will be greatly missed by all of us who worked with her here at Surry Power Station.|
Maureen Mayer (Surry, VA ) -
October 4, 2005
|I am so sad and cannot believe that sweet Barbara is no longer in this world. I keep seeing her smiling face and hearing her voice throughout the halls of this Admin. Bldg.. To Charles and all of Barbara's family - please accept my sincere condolences.|
Donna Hines (Surry, VA ) -
October 4, 2005
|Hey Barb, know what? A big part of missing you is gonna be not getting a call from you saying, "Hey Dave, can you bring those packages up to my cube?", or "Dave, the fruit is at the loading dock, could you grab a box?" Over the years, we both knew that my "NO!", meant I would be right there. And who's gonna correct my time sheet for me every week? I guess eventually somebody else will be able to do all the things you did for us, but nobody can ever replace your laugh & that sweet smile. Sorry Barb, I don't think I'll be going by your cube for a while. We loved you & will forever miss you. Dave|
Dave Whitley (Newport
News, VA ) - October 4, 2005
We send our sorrow to the family
in the loss of your wife, mother, grandmother and sister. Barbara had a
giving heart and was always doing her volunteer services to help others
representing Surry Power Station Volunteers. We will greatly miss her
smiling face, especially in the coffee area for the early morning coffee
May God bless the family and her friends and may God give us all comfort in the days ahead knowing she is still smiling happily with her Creator now. We are here for you, if we can be of help in anyway.
Belinda & Donnie Mason
(Smithfield, VA ) - October 4, 2005
To the family,
I am so sorry for your loss. I work for Dominion and that's how I got to know Barbara. Please know that you are in my thoughts and prayers. Trust in the Lord with all your heart and lean not to your own understanding. In all your ways acknowledge him and he will direct your path.
(Aylett, VA ) - October 4, 2005
Our sympathy, love and prayers to
all of Barbara's family and to her husband Charles.
I will miss Barbara's exceptional smile and her warm hugs. She was a dear friend and I will miss her deeply. I feel blessed to have known her friendship. May God Bless and Comfort all who know and love her.
Tracy & Fred Deziel -
October 4, 2005
Charles take great comfort in
knowing that she loved you more than life itself. Her whole world revolved
Barbara - rest in peace my friend. You are and will be forever missed. Liz
Liz Hinton (Hampton, VA ) -
October 4, 2005
|You will be missed. I have known you for many years of working at Surry and you always had a smile and hello for me. My thoughts and prayers are with your family. I hope they can find comfort in knowing you had many friends.|
Anna Lyman (Wakefield, VA
) - October 4, 2005
|Barbara will be sadly missed by Paula and myself. Her smile always brightened a room when she entered it. My condolences Charles.|
Leroy Phillips (Surry, VA
) - October 5, 2005
|My heartfelt sympathy to the entire family (including Barbara's HUGE work family) on our loss. Life goes on ... but it will not be the same. I will miss her.|
Tom Norris (Smithfield,
VA ) - October 5, 2005
My sympathy to all your family. I
miss your cheery "Good Morning" on my early morning coffee runs. Peace be
with you and your family.
(Chesapeake, VA ) - October 5, 2005
|Barbara - I'm going to miss our talks about our "young" husbands. Charles, I'm here for you if you need to talk. Her memories will always be with you and will keep you going during this sad time. I'm so sorry for your loss. God Bless.|
|Sue Heichel (Surry, VA ) - October 5, 2005|
|Charles - We extend our deepest sympathy to you and your family during the loss of your wife and our co-worker. Truly God will sustain, comfort and keep you during this difficult time. Remain Faithful and always in Prayer, for Earth has no sorrow that Heaven cannot heal.|
Russell Savedge & Family
(Elberon, VA ) - October 5, 2005
Our prayers and deepest sympathies are with Barbara's family and many friends.
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Y'all take good care of each other! TYPHOONS FOREVER!
Love to all, Carol
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Come, Ye Disconsolate
Words by Thomas Moore; alt. by
Music by Samuel Webbe
Come, ye disconsolate, where'er ye languish.
Come to the mercy seat, fervently kneel.
Here bring your wounded hearts, here tell your anguish;
Earth has no sorrow that heaven cannot heal.
Joy of the desolate, light of the straying,
Hope of the penitent, fadeless and pure!
Here speaks the Comforter, tenderly saying,
"Earth has no sorrow that heaven cannot cure."
Here see the bread of life; waters flowing
Forth from the throne of God, pure from above.
Come to the feast of love; come, ever knowing
Earth has no sorrow but heaven can remove.
"Come, Ye Disconsolate" midi courtesy of http://www.snowcrest.net/lassen/midi.html - 10/06/05
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