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Richmond Stake Center
Tuesday November 23rd, 2021
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Tuesday November 23rd, 2021
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Ramona Johnson Turner

Our fun-loving and larger than life Ramona Johnson Turner, 86, went to the party on the other side of the veil on November 12, 2021. She came into the home of Hazel Marie Jensen & Cyril Reed Funk on May 26, 1935 and the world has never been the same. She was welcomed by 3 older sisters (Anna, Helen, and Mary) and 1 older brother (Reed). She was later joined by her younger brother Clarence.


Ramona was raised in Richmond, Utah. She had a love of animals and adventure. She was fearless and didn’t mind bending rules to experience all life had to offer. She met Craig W. Johnson as a student at Utah Agriculture College. They were married in Las Vegas, NV and moved up to “Cottonwood Ranch” in Wapello, ID.

They were blessed with 5 beautiful children: Jimmy, Jeff, Josie, Rita, and Cara. Ramona and Craig were later divorce and she met and married Kenneth Turner who she was married to for 35 years. Life took her to Chubbuck, ID and then full circle back to Richmond, UT where she enjoyed life until the past two years when health challenges forced her to live in assisted living.

She found great joy in art and gardening. She loved her little dog Cindy. But her greatest love was people; family, friends, all were welcome! She was fun-loving and people remember her laugh and her life of the party attitude.

Ramona was preceded in death by her parents; Craig & Ken; her son, Jimmy and her daughter, Rita (Eric) Bergman; her siblings: Reed, Helen, Mary, & Clarence. She is survived by her sister, Anna Wheeler; her children and stepson: Jeffrey (Jeanette) Johnson, Josie (Bruce) Nielsen, and Cara (Keith) Robinson and Eric (Paula) Turner; 21 grandchildren and great-grandchildren.

Her crowning joy happened 2 weeks ago when she had the opportunity to be sealed for time and all eternity to her family in the Logan Temple. She was excited to be reunited with loved ones and to be sealed together forever.

Funeral services will be held on Tuesday, November 23, 2021 at 11:00 a.m. in the Richmond Stake Center, 135 W. Main, Richmond, Utah. The services will be streamed live and may be watched Tuesday at 11 am (MST) by clicking on the following link:

https://youtu.be/T81DbegSU-w

A viewing will be held Tuesday from 10-10:45 a.m. at the church. Interment will be in the Richmond Cemetery. Memories and condolences may be shared with the family at webbmortuary.com


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Guestbook

Granny T was one in a million. She was full of life, good hearted, caring, and steered her own course. She will forever be an example to me of the joy there is to be had in life.

Rick Yavruian Nov 23 2021 1:29 PM

I loved Granny T from the moment she took charge of me at my niece Allison's Baby Blessing. May Almighty God grant rest, peace and light to her soul.

Carol Yavruian Nov 23 2021 12:52 PM

Ramona was such a fun and loving person. We had so many fun and exciting times together. My heart is happy that she is no longer in pain and is sharing her laughter and sweetness with her family on the other side of the veil.
I love you so much Ramona ❤ . So happy you are now pain free. Hoping to see you again soon.

Isabelle Nov 22 2021 11:15 AM

Ramona is so fun to be with and to love. I will miss being able to visit with her. I will miss how special and loved she always made me feel whenever we met or parted. Though, it makes me happy to think of all the reunion parties in heaven now.

Nancy Funk Wilson Nov 18 2021 5:54 PM

We meet Ramona in Autumn Haven Assisted Living and she was also filled with such a zest for life. She brought a lot of joy to Clare who was also in there. They sat across the table from each other. Thanks for sharing Romona , even for a short time. Ralph and Brenda Walquist

Ralph and Brenda Walquist Nov 17 2021 7:23 PM

Sending many prayers and lots of love to all the family. I will miss Mrs. Ramona as I would call her growing up. I still remember her laugh and he beautiful smile.

Deepest sympathies from
The Leyba family.

Decca Leyba Nov 16 2021 4:54 PM

I will always remember my Aunt Ramona as fun loving and ready for adventure, but she was also kind and loving and a great mom. Hugs to all her family who are missing her today.

Marian and Gordon Webb Nov 16 2021 3:08 PM