The Daily Times From Salisbury, Maryland · 16

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Salisbury, Maryland-Floyd Bowen (Doc) Turner Jr. passed away Sept. 1, 2017 at his home surrounded by his family.

Doc was born July 30, 1921 in Ridley Park, Pennsylvania. He was the son of Floyd Bowen Turner Sr. and Maude Virginia Mumford Turner - both of Berlin, Maryland.

Doc and his parents returned to the Eastern Shore when he was two years old and resided in Salisbury.

In his lifetime Doc had many jobs - beginning with sewing machine salesman when he was nineteen ending with his job as a cowboy greeter (Denver Doc) at the Old West Steakhouse. He retired from that job at ninety one years of age. In between those years, he was a cucumber packer, short order cook, welder in the Salisbury Shipyard and Wayne Pump Company. He was also a soldier in the Army Air Force, salvage diver for the Maryland State Police, Postal clerk, Deputy Sheriff and court security officer - to name a few.

When Doc was younger he enjoyed sailing the Chesapeake Bay in his sailboat the "Alice B."

Doc had many hobbies - published author of articles and poems, photographer, Ham radio operator and founder and member of "Padens Posse." He thought of all of the cowboys as family especially John Brenner and the Bob Lewis Family.

He was predeceased by his wife Phyllis Dell Turner, step daughter Janis Dell Parks and brother Donald Richard Turner.

He is survived by his daughter Linda (Lin) Turner Krautwurst and her husband Bill, his grandsons Jay and Scot Disharoon and Great Grandsons - Tyler, Jake and Will Disharoon - Also surviving is his stepson Tom Dell and his family of Florida, step granddaughter Heather Parks Ezrine and step grandson Chris Parks - both of North Carolina.

We wish to thank all who came by to see Doc in the last few months. We also wish to thank Coastal Hospice for their excellent care and support - especially Chaplin Joel Bieler, nurses Lindsay, Ann, Karen and Allison, Aide Jennifer and Social Worker Danielle.

Doc has donated his body to the Anatomy Board of Maryland with the hope that he may help medical science. No formal services are planned at this time.

Donations may be made to Coastal Hospice, Inc., P.O. Box 1733, Salisbury, Maryland 21802-1733.

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