Charles J. "Skip" Turner

Service Scheduled for: Friday, Sep. 3 11:00 AM
Died: Aug. 29, 2021
Charles J. "Skip" Turner, 87, of Exeter Twp., beloved husband of Anita (Boyer) Turner, passed away on Sunday at his residence.

Born in Topton, PA, he was a son of the late Paul Turner and the late Martha (Faust) Turner.

He was a supervisor for Pottstown Metal Works and later at Cryochem, Boyertown as its first employee for thirty three years, retiring in 1996.

He served in the Air Force during the Korean War, and attended welding school and earned his Journeyman Coppersmith Certification.

Skip was an avid hunter, having traveled with his buddies on yearly hunting trips across the USA and Canada. He was also a member of Pikeville Sportsman's Club. The patriarch of a large blended family, he will be missed by his family and friends.

Surviving besides his wife, he was a loving father to son, Charles D. Turner and his wife Jennifer, Birdsboro, step father to Glenn G. John and his wife Pamela, Charleston, SC, Elizabeth A. Soderstrom, Mechanicsburg, William Jackson, Reading, James Keim, Lebanon, and John Angstadt Cincinnati, OH; two brothers, Edgar Turner, Birdsboro, Elwood Turner, Reading; a sister, Thelma wife of Edward Pobiak, Palm Court, FL; step grandchildren, Bridget A. John, Colleen Behm, Nicholas John, Ian Soderstrom; and nine great grandchildren. He was predeceased by a son, Rick Turner, three brothers, Paul, Norman, William Turner; and a sister Arlene Stewart.

A memorial service will be held 11:00 A.M. on Friday September 3, 2021 at the Schumacher & Benner Funeral Home & Crematory, 359 King St., Pottstown. Officiating will be Father Joseph Dietz. Burial will be private. There will be a visitation Friday from 10:00 to 11:0o A.M. at the funeral home.

Contributions may be made in his memory to the charity of your choice.

Arrangements are by the Schumacher & Benner Funeral Home & Crematory, at 359 King St. in Pottstown, PA.

The services will start at the Schumacher & Benner Funeral Home & Crematory.

This obituary was published in the following newspapers:

The Mercury, The Reading Eagle