Pamela K. Turner

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Pamela K. Turner

Penn Yan - Pamela K. Turner

Age 69, of Penn Yan, passed away November 1, 2021, after her second battle with cancer.

Pam graduate from Penn Yan Academy in 1971. She worked at the Showboat Motel and Restaurant on Seneca Lake for many years. She especially enjoyed spending time with her spouse, family and grandkids. She was also always sewing, doing crafts, and playing the scratch-offs.

She is survived by her husband William Turner; children, Jay Knapp, Mike Knapp and Craig Henries; step-children, Rachel, Justin, Brian and Billy Turner; grandchildren, Brenden, Tayler, Callie, Matt, Camryn, and Collin Knapp, Ty, Andy, and Ayden Payne, Orion and Nyah Henning, Gwen, Caleb and Adrianna Turner, and Carlee, Daniel, and Avianna Henries; brothers and sisters, Richard Eaves, Elaine Howell, Carolyn, Brian and Bruce Hilligus, Marcia Guiles, and "Gus" Elwoood Hilligus; and nieces and nephews, Tanya Davis, Jordan Eaves, Tyler Eaves, Kaylie Nichols, Brittany Guiles, Bianca Finucane, Cody Guiles, Kyle Nichols, Steve Davis, Nikki, Kelli, Ryan Hilligus, Justin and Erika Hilligus.

A Celebration of Life in her memory will be held on Sunday November 14 from 12pm-5pm at the Seneca Lake Duck Hunters Club in Penn Yan.

Memorial donations in her memory may be made to the Keuka Comfort Care Home, PO Box 107, Penn Yan, NY 14527 (or online at KeukaComfortCareHome.org) or The Humane Society of Yates County, PO Box 12, Penn Yan, NY 14527 (or online at YatesHumane.org).

You may visit her obituary at WeldonFuneralHome.com to share a memory with her family and friends. Arrangements with Weldon Funeral Home, Penn Yan.

Posted online on November 07, 2021

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Obituaries in Penn Yan, NY | The Chronicle-Express

Pamela K. Turner

Weldon Funeral Home, Inc.

Pamela K. Turner

Penn Yan - Pamela K. Turner

Age 69, of Penn Yan, passed away November 1, 2021, after her second battle with cancer.

Pam graduate from Penn Yan Academy in 1971. She worked at the Showboat Motel and Restaurant on Seneca Lake for many years. She especially enjoyed spending time with her spouse, family and grandkids. She was also always sewing, doing crafts, and playing the scratch-offs.

She is survived by her husband William Turner; children, Jay Knapp, Mike Knapp and Craig Henries; step-children, Rachel, Justin, Brian and Billy Turner; grandchildren, Brenden, Tayler, Callie, Matt, Camryn, and Collin Knapp, Ty, Andy, and Ayden Payne, Orion and Nyah Henning, Gwen, Caleb and Adrianna Turner, and Carlee, Daniel, and Avianna Henries; brothers and sisters, Richard Eaves, Elaine Howell, Carolyn, Brian and Bruce Hilligus, Marcia Guiles, and "Gus" Elwoood Hilligus; and nieces and nephews, Tanya Davis, Jordan Eaves, Tyler Eaves, Kaylie Nichols, Brittany Guiles, Bianca Finucane, Cody Guiles, Kyle Nichols, Steve Davis, Nikki, Kelli, Ryan Hilligus, Justin and Erika Hilligus.

A Celebration of Life in her memory will be held on Sunday November 14 from 12pm-5pm at the Seneca Lake Duck Hunters Club in Penn Yan.

Memorial donations in her memory may be made to the Keuka Comfort Care Home, PO Box 107, Penn Yan, NY 14527 (or online at KeukaComfortCareHome.org) or The Humane Society of Yates County, PO Box 12, Penn Yan, NY 14527 (or online at YatesHumane.org).

You may visit her obituary at WeldonFuneralHome.com to share a memory with her family and friends. Arrangements with Weldon Funeral Home, Penn Yan.

Posted online on November 07, 2021