Kelley Jean Turner Sharp
”1961 - 2020”

    Kelley Jean Turner Sharp

    When you lose someone you love,
    you gain an angel you know.

      Kelley Jean Sharp, 58, Seneca, MO,
      passed away March 20th, 2020 at Freeman West Hospital.
      Kelley Jean Turner was born August 18th 1961 in Miami, OK the
      daughter of Lloyd and Lila Ruedella (VanKirk) Turner. Kelley formerly worked
      as a bus driver and supervisor for the McDoanld County R1 School District and
      the Seneca R7 School District. Kelley was working at the Seneca House Nursing
      Home as the supervisor of Environmental Services. Kelley was loved by all who met her.
      Kelley Jean Turner married Jack Sharp October 29th 1988 in Powell, MO and he survives.
      Additional survivors include her children; Jason and Shelly Turner, Neosho, Morgan
      and Josh Holloway, Goodman, Heather and Mike Coleman, Joplin and Cody and Coty Terry,
      Anderson, MO; Her fur baby Ivy Belle; one brother, Jimmy and Wendi Turner, Guthrie, OK;
      12 Grandchildren and a host of extended family, friends and coworkers.
      Kelley was preceded in death by her mother and father, Ruedella and L.W. Turner
      Private family graveside services will be Wednesday, March 25, 2020 at the Council House Cemetery
      with Russell Thomas officiating.
      Arrangements under Campbell-Biddlecome Funeral Home Seneca, MO.
      There will not be an organized visitation at the funeral home.
      Family and friends who would like to view is welcome to come to the funeral home.
      We can only allow 10 people in the facilities at one time. If you would like to
      leave a message for the family the Campbell-Biddlecome website is the perfect platform.
      Graveside Service for Kelly Sharp was held at 10:00 AM, March 25th at the Council House Cemetery,
      south of Wyandotte, OK.
      Resource: Campbell-Biddlecome Funeral Home

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