Randy Turpin

Obituary of Randy Turpin

MARVIN RANDALL “RANDY” TURPIN Marvin Randall “Randy” Turpin, 64, Prairie Home, MO passed away Thursday, April 2, 2020 at The Villa At Blue Ridge in Columbia, MO. He was born October 9, 1955 in Moberly, MO the son of the late Marvin Dell Turpin and Darlene (Thompson) Turpin Lacy. He will be sadly missed and lovingly remembered by one daughter Marque Rhiannon Turpin Blakemore of Jackson, TN; one granddaughter McKynlee Rayne Blakemore; two sisters Rhonda Kay Ball and her husband Tommy of Centralia, MO and Audrey Chaney and Danny of Huntsville, MO; one step sister Susan Hesser and Bill of Sturgeon, MO; several nieces and nephews; other relatives and many dear friends. In addition to his parents, a great nephew Colin Michael Chaney, a brother in law Gary Rex Chaney and his beloved travelling companion, his cocker spaniel Rip preceded him in death. Randy served his country in the United States Navy. He owned and operated T&T Trucking for several years and enjoyed traveling and Harley Davidson motorcycles. Graveside services will be 10:00 am Friday, July 17, 2020 at the Missouri State Veterans Cemetery in Jacksonville, MO. Memorial contributions may be made to Welcome Home or to the Patriot Guard Riders, c/o Oliver Funeral Home, P.O. Box 125, Centralia, MO 65240. Condolences may also be made to the family at www.oliverfuneralhome.net
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Graveside Service

10:00 am
Friday, July 17, 2020
Missouri State Veterans Cemetery
1479 County Road 1675
Jacksonville, Missouri, United States

Military Honors

The procession to the cemetery will be lead by the Missouri Patriot Guard. Military Honors will be provided by VFW Post 6276.

CO-VID - 19

To those attending the visitation or funeral service we ask that you maintain social distancing, be aware that capacity and seating may be limited, and that people are welcome to and, indeed, are encouraged to wear face masks to protect themselves and others.
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