Margaret Rosamond Turner, 79, went home to her Lord and Savior Sunday, January 23, 2022, at her home in Carroll County, surrounded by her family. Services are 2 P.M. Wednesday at Greenwood Delta Funeral Home Chapel with Brother Pete Roncali officiating. Interment will follow in New Shiloh Baptist Church Cemetery near Coila. Visitation is Tuesday evening from 5-7 P.M. at the funeral home and also 1-2 P.M. Wednesday prior to the service.
Margaret was born in Winona to John and Eloise Nabers Rosamond. She was raised there and attended Winona High School and received her degree in Elementary Education from Delta State University. She had taught school for many years and most recently retired from North New Summit in Greenwood. She held a second degree Black belt in Karate, loved to read, follow her children and grandchildren to their events and interests and was a talented artist who enjoyed painting.
Margaret was preceded in death by her daughter, Tina McClure. Survivors include her husband of 61 years, D Wilson Turner, Jr.; a daughter Linda Smith (Kevin) of McCarley; her son, Mark Turner (Julie) of Grenada; and A son-in-law, Joe Mclure of Coila; a brother, John Wayne Rosamond of Montevallo, AL; a sister, Fay R. Tidwell of Montevallo, AL; a half-brother, Jimmy Rosamond (Ruth) of King, NC; seven grandchildren; Christina Whitfield (Roy) of Coila, Jodi Hearn (Robert) of Greenwood, Margaret Nobles (Brandon) of Coila, Dalton Turner of Grenada, Cason Turner of Grenada, Michael Turner (Brooke) of Lafayette, LA, Austin Smith of McCarley and nine great grandchildren; Matthew, Kaitlyn, Hanna, Maggie, Owen, Dylan, Tyler, Layla Beth and Ellye Rose numerous nieces and nephews.
Pallbearers will be Michael Turner, Austin Smith, Dalton Turner, Cason Turner, Brandon Nobles, Roy Whitfield and Robert Hearn.
The family would like to offer a special word of thanks to Dr. Charles Nause and staff, Dr. Richard Goldberg and Staff, and Adoration Home Health and Hospice.
Memorials may be made to the American Liver Foundation or the charity of donor’s choice.