Stevie Ann Turner

Stevie Ann Turner was born on September 7, 2004, to parents Floyd Turner Jr. and Anna (Roberts) Turner. She died on November 15, 2020. 


Stevie loved making TikToks with friends, being outdoors and was known as the life of the party. Her personality could light up a dull room. She was taking courses at Washburn Tech, working towards becoming an RN. She was known as a hard-worker, whose caring and lively attitude could make anyone her friend.


She is survived by her mother and stepfather, Anna Turner and Robert Mullin; siblings, Ioa Hope Turner, Raiden Mullin, all of Topeka, Kansas; maternal grandparents, Roger and Cynthia Roberts, and son, Tobias Roberts of Topeka, Kansas; one aunt, Andrea Roberts, and her children, Joseph Roberts, Joshua, Jeremiah, Zenobia Patton, of Topeka, Kansas; her grandfather, Bob Mullin; her grandmother, Barbara Johnson; an Aunt Bobbi Miller and husband Chris and their daughter Auramae Mullin; her paternal grandmother, Bonnie Turner; and Floyd Turner Jr. and three half-siblings; a brother Joshua Dewayne Turner; one uncle, Steven Hamm and wife Stephanie and their children Allie, Angelina and Hudson all of Pomona, Kansas; one aunt, Lisa Elder, and spouse Leslie Harris, and children Matthew, Bella, and Jack all of Ottawa, Kansas; numerous extended family and friends.


Funeral services will be held at Feuerborn Family Funeral Service Chapel in Garnett, Kansas, at 2:00 pm on November 23, 2020. 


Memorial contributions may be made to the Stevie Turner Memorial Fund. The goal is to raise $10,000 in order to give Stevie a proper burial.


On Monday, November 23, and Tuesday, November 24, students of Seaman High School wore pink in honor of Stevie. Stevie will forever be remembered by Seaman High School.