Toni Turner Obituary, Gerry Turner Wife, Cause of Death, Illness, Wiki, Age, Family

Toni Turner Biography – Toni Turner Wiki

Toni Turner was the wife of Gerry Turner, who is making history as the first star of “The Golden Bachelor“. Gerry married his high school sweetheart, Toni, in 1974 — the two living a “full and happy life” with their two daughters, Angie and Jenny, and later two granddaughters, Charlee and Payton. But after 43 years together, Toni fell ill and died in 2017, just six weeks after she retired.

“She got robbed. Every day that goes by, that’s the thought that I have,” Gerry told Good Morning America. “I have her picture on a dresser in my closet. Every morning I give her a nod, ‘So what do you think about this?’ For awhile it was like, I was having a hard time figuring out if she would be okay. But we always told each other when one of us goes, we want the other to be happy. She’s up there rooting [for me]. She’s saying, ‘Yeah, Gary. Do this.’ “

Six years after Toni’s passing and with the support of his family, Turner is ready to put himself out there and find a love that will stand the test of time in his “golden” years. 71-year old Gerry Turner of Hudson, Indiana, is set to appear on ABC’s ‘The Golden Bachelor.’

Toni Turner Age

Toni was born on November 22, 1951, and passed away on Saturday, July 15, 2017. She was a resident of Hudson, Indiana at the time of passing.

Toni Turner Cause of Death

Gerry Turner’s wife Toni Turner died of an undisclosed illness in 2017.

Gerry Turner Wife Toni Turner – Toni Turner Gerry Turner

According to Toni Turner’s obituary on Legacy, she is survived by her husband Gerry Turner, and their two daughters; Jennifer (Jon) Young, Lansing, MI and Angela Turner, Indianapolis, IN; two grandchildren, Payton and Charlee Young; her father-in-law, Wayne (Peggy) Turner, Fort Wayne, IN; a sister-in-law, Brenda (David) Stouder, South Whitley, IN and two brothers-in-law, Larry (Sheryl) Turner, Peoria, IL and Darrin (Ann) Turner, Fort Wayne, IN; as well as numerous loving extended family and friends.

The obituary said in part: “Memorials can be made to St. Anthony’s Care and Share Program, c/o St. Anthony’s Church, 417 Main Street, Davenport, IA 52801”.