In Memory

Imogene Nicholson (Turner)

Imogene Nicholson (Turner)

Stanley-Dickey Funeral Home

Imogene L. Turner Imogene L. Turner
(July 3, 1949 - March 21, 2015)


Imogene Louise Turner, 65, of Lee’s Summit, was born July 3, 1949, in the last house on Brick House Road in Knobtown, Missouri. She was the daughter of Eugene and Lillian Louise Maines Nicholson. She departed this life at 1:15 a.m. Saturday, March 21, 2015, at the Kansas City Hospice House surrounded with love and family.

Imogene was a 1967 Lee’s Summit High School graduate.

On June 3, 1967, she was united in marriage to Jack Dean Turner at the High Point Baptist Church, Raytown.

Imogene was a homemaker and a dedicated babysitter to all her grandchildren. She loved to camp, fish, and spending time at the casino’s; most importantly was spending time and spoiling her grandchildren. She was a former member of the Lee’s Summit Bible church.

Imogene was preceded in death by her parents; her sister, Fern Shipley; her sister in law, Grace Nicholson and one grandson, Jake Turner.

She is survived by her husband Jack of the home; two sons Troy D. (and Stephanie) Turner and Chad E. (and Lisa) Turner all of Lee’s Summit; five grandchildren, Ty Turner, Trey Turner, Chazli Turner, Jaclyn Turner, and Tate Turner, all of Lee’s Summit; two brothers, Gary (and Connie) Nicholson of Lee’s Summit, and Darrell Nicholson of Norwood, Missouri; one brother-in-law Jay Shipley of Lee’s Summit, MO; other relatives and friends. Visitation will be held 12:30 to 2:00 p.m. Thursday, March 26, 2015, at the funeral home.

Funeral services were held Thursday, March 26, 2015, at the funeral home. Reverend Roger Pickard of the Lee’s Summit Bible church officiated. Interment was in the Adams Cemetery, Lone Jack.

Memorial contributions are suggested to the Kansas City Hospice House and may be sent in care of the funeral home.

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03/03/16 06:44 PM #1    

Susan Davis (Mc Daniel)

She was my best friend from 7th grade through High School and we remained dear friends.

My mom always said she was the most beautiful girl she had ever seen and she was inside & out.

She was the sweetest, kindest person I have ever known. I never heard her say anything bad about anyone.

And she was so much fun and we had so much fun & laughed so much that I will never forget her. She took a piece of my heart with her.

Jack Turner was the luckiest guy in the world to win Imogene as his wife.

Susan Davis- McDaniel

03/04/16 01:11 PM #2    

Bill James

My step father worked at the Knobtown brickyard back then, and I often visited my cousins who also lived on Brick House Road (we called it Brick Yard Row as I recall it).  I remember Imogene being the prettiest girl I had ever seen and had a huge secret crush on her.  I guessing we were 13 at the time.

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