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Steven E. Turner
November 23, 1959 ~ June 20, 2023 (age 63) 63 Years Old
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Steven E Turner was born in Downey, CA in November 1959 and left to be with the
Lord in June 2023.
He was met in heaven on June 20, 2023 by his Grandmother Omi, mother Renate
Marble, father Billy G Turner, Brothers Billy, Tommy and Sister Denise
He was survived by Dog Wiley, his sister Nancy, Brother-in-law Steve, Brother Bill,
nephews Jon, Christopher, Vander, niece Miranda, best friend Victor Jr., extended
family Barbara, Victor Sr., Jesse, Gabe and Elijah as well as many other family
members, friends and neighbors who he loved.
He loved his family more than anything and was so excited for his great niece
Amelia when she was born.
As a child, Steven grew up in Buena Park, CA and went to Walter Knott Elementary, La
Palma Jr. High and
Kennedy High School.
One of his early jobs was at Knotts Berry Farm. He was then a resident of Chino Hills
for many years where he worked in the printing business and retired. He then
proceeded to pursue his education and graduated from Newbridge college where he
earned his license in phlebotomy. Steven spent his last years living in the
He enjoyed trips to amusements parks, Las Vegas, and concerts. He would enjoy his
nights out at the bar, Cadillac margaritas and just sitting in the back yard listening to
Cher, Adele and Mariah who were among his favorite artists. He was a lover of all
animals. Steven is loved and will be missed.
Holiday celebrations were a must with all the abundance of decorations, Christmas
movies and gifts with beautiful wrapping and celebrations.
He enjoyed holidays and enjoyed music and dancing with his friends.
He believed in Christ and wore his cross proudly and was proud to be know the bible well.