Randall (Randy) Turner, son of Mike and Helen Turner, 63 of Caldwell, Idaho passed peacefully in his sleep of a heart attack in his home December 6, 2018.
Randy is survived by his loving wife Dorothy Turner, Brother Michael Turner and his wife Penny, three children Scott Turner, Steven Turner and his wife Jennifer and Michelle Turner as wells as his 3 step children Robert Barnhart, Shelly Pendergrass and her husband Chris as well as Tyler Barnhart. During his time he welcomed 12 grandchildren into this world.
Anyone that had the pleasure of meeting Randy knew he was genuine and would give you the shirt off his back if you needed it. His family meant everything to him and he opened his heart and his home to them often. He was an avid hunter, fisherman, bowler and poker player. All of which he loved to include family and friends in. He was always the funny one in any conversation… that is unless his witty prodigy were present as they learned from the best. The stories he told were that of legends…often we wondered if they were just that.
Even the day that he passed he had traveled out to the lake to see if he could spot any ducks in the water. He told stories of maps that he had telling of where the ducks and geese would be pending the direction of the wind. His knowledge of fishing and hunting will be greatly missed. He often took family, friends and clients to his special fishing holes making sure they were sworn to secrecy.
Randy also loved football. Green bay Packers were his NFL team and he watched them religiously. He often spoke fondly about knowing Jerry Kramer from the packers. He was also a devoted BSU fan and spoke often of meeting Kellen Moore and what an honor that was.
Randy was of course a funny man and loved his comedy to be sure. Jeff Foxworthy and Larry the Cable Guy being a few of his favorites and people he was able to meet in the years prior to his passing. His stories of that night will remain with us always.
Visitation will be held December 14th between the hours of 2:00 and 4:00 at Dakan Funeral Chapel. A memorial will be planned in the spring of 2019.