Armon Turner Obituary, Death –Armon D. Turner, 85 years old and a resident of Judsonia, Arkansas, passed away on May 18, 2023, and went to be with the Lord. On June 25, 1937, he was born in Russellville, Arkansas to the late Rayburn Turner and Reba Ward Turner, who have now passed away.
Armon enlisted in the Army Reserve shortly after graduating from high school. Prior to obtaining his master electrician’s license, he previously held the position of a security officer. Armon had a wide variety of pastimes, such as operating a ham radio, needlework, and antiquing, all of which contributed to the size of the salt and pepper shaker collection he possessed. Both Armon and Elvira put their faith at the core of their life and were actively involved in the congregations of each and every church they attended.
Armon was recently interested in Missions at Searcy First Assembly, and over the course of the previous several years, he has taken part in at least thirty different Missions Projects. The most recent time he traveled outside of the country was to Belize, where he was given the role of “Mission’s Photographer.” Armon was usually present whenever there was a gathering at Searcy First, whether it was for the purpose of cooking, putting up tables, or cleaning up. Everyone who had the pleasure of his company will remember him fondly.
Elvira Turner, Armon Turner’s beloved wife of 46 years, passed away before him. Armon was predeceased by both of his parents. Those who are left to honor his memory are his son Paul Turner (Christy), who lives in Austin, Arkansas; his grandchildren Ethan Turner and Madison Turner, both of Searcy, Arkansas; his cousin Alma Vaughn (Chuck), who lives in Kensett, Arkansas; his nephews Wade Lawrence, who lives in Kensett, Arkansas, and Keith Lawrence, who lives in Memphis, Tennessee; and a large number of other family members and friends.