Services are under the direction of Matthews Funeral Home –Edmond

Joe Max Turrentine

1940-2014

turrentine, joe obit picJoe Max Turrentine, 74, of Edmond, Ok, passed away October 27, 2014 embraced by his family and close friends. Joe was born September 5, 1940 in Tyler, Tx. to Mac and Dee Turrentine. Joe graduated from Woodrow Wilson High School (Dallas) in 1959. He attended Baylor University and then retired from Economics Laboratory after 20 years of service. After retirement he owned several businesses including, Lonnie’s Paint and Body Shop in Shawnee, Ok., Ardmore Cleaners in Ardmore, Ok. and finally in 1997 founded Legacy Cleaners in Edmond, Ok, where he worked for several years even after retiring once again in 1999. In 1963 Joe married his High School sweetheart Sandra. In 1974 they moved from Dallas, Tx. to Edmond, Ok. Shortly after Joe and Sandra built their dream home in Deer Creek where they raised their three sons. Joe was preceded in death by his parents.

He is survived by his wife Sandra for over 51 years, his three sons, Brent, wife Christi and their three sons, Max, Beau and Rip. Monte, wife Eden and their daughter Caitlin, Chad, wife Laura.

Services will be 11:00 a.m. Thursday October 30, 2014 at Crossings Community Church Chapel with interment at Memorial Park Cemetery.

Comments

  1. Sandra, Brent, Monte, Chad, and all,
    He loved you all so much! What a wonderful man! That smile on his face was his gift, so warm and reassuring. Please know that you are all in my heart and prayers. Be comforted in knowing there are so many of us who mourn for your loss, until that day when you will be reunited with him for eternity! Sincerely, Jeanie

  2. Sandra and Sons,

    You and the boys are in our thoughts and prayers.
    Joe was loved by the Davison and Turrentine family.
    He will be greatly missed
    Curtis and Family

  3. Dear Sandra & The Turrentine Family,

    You all are in my thoughts and prayers. You’re such a truly wonderful family!
    May God comfort you now and in the days and months ahead.
    With deepest sympathy and care,
    Your friend,
    Randy Ceynar

  4. Dear Mrs. Turrentine,

    So sorry to hear of your loss. He was such a nice man. I took care of your husband at the Heart Hospital and my daughter, Hannah was in your class at Charles Haskell. Ours prayers are with you and your family.

    God Bless you all,
    Kim and Hannah Romero

  5. Wishing you comfort and strength during this difficult time. Praying you find peace in the many happy memories you have all shared.
    Love, Kristin

  6. To the Turrentine family, I am truly sorry about the death of your dear loved one. From reading the obituary, it seems like Joe will be missed by many who loved him dearly. I have also lost family members in death that has been painful and a great void in my heart. I found comfort in the promises of the Bible, where it tells us that those asleep in the memorial tombs will be awaken by Jesus’ call. Yes, awaken to perfect life on a peaceful earth. Think of being reunited with Joe and others that are no longer with you. Please take a few minutes to read John 5: 28 & 29, and Acts 24:15. For more information visit: http://www.jw.org.

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