Stephen William Turley (28 Feb 1964 - 5 Apr 2014)

Funeral Service

Location
The City of London Crematorium Aldersbrook Road Manor Park E12 5DQ
Date
23rd Apr 2014
Time
10.45am

In loving memory of the late Stephen William Turley who sadly passed away on 5th April 2014

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Katie Barrie wrote

Sorry seems such an inadequate word but I am truly sorry for your loss. You and Ste were very kind to me when I was in London - especially when I was going through a hard time and opened up your home to me. It was clear he loved you and Floss so very much and my thoughts and love are with you both.xxx

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Vicky Hubble wrote

I wasn't lucky enough to have met you Stephen, but I know how much you were loved and how much you will be missed. Sending love and prayers to Sally and Floss

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Jo Longbottom wrote

Such tragic and shocking news to hear of your passing Ste. Our love, thoughts and prayers go out to Sally and Floss. Rest in peace. Jo, Andy and Heather Longbottom.

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Balwant Singh wrote

Heartfelt sympathies to Sal and Floss

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Balwant Singh wrote

Stephen was one of life's nice guys, a kind compassionate decent man, who cared about how the world was. i would often talk to about life, politics, and how our choice of football teams were always so crap. It was a privilege to have known Stephen, one of the very few managers I had time for, and a good friend who was always there for others and me, when i needed to talk to someone . Its not fair you have gone so early, you will always be remembered by me , your friend Bal

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Diane Mueller wrote

It was a real privilege to have known Stephen for the short time that I did. We had some great political discussions while I was fixing computers at the BCP; he always had time for a chat, often a mutual moan about the state of thinks, and always, finally, an optimistic spin on things. The most honourable of men, who put convictions into action and made an honest difference in this world. I am so sad for his family. Rest in peace, dear Stephen.

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Ross Clarke wrote

The only negative their is to Stephen is his poor choice in football team. It is an honour to call you my brother in law. Thank you for blessing us all with the adorable Floss. She will be loved and cherised always. RIP

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Fiona Nelson wrote

I still find it hard to believe you have died Stephen.Like others we started to work together with the Salvation Army Outreach team nearly 20 years ago.From this time until now we have remained friends.
Your friendship was always consistent what ever stupid decision i made, you would listen to my justification then gave your insight .Always honest what you thought!!
You had become an extension of my family and like others the birth of your daughter i felt made your life complete.With a job which brought you immense satisfaction.Your values and commitment to others will be missed.As Flo grows up we need to ensure we provide an insight of you .For Sal we need to be there as you were for us.Your loss is hard to put in a few words but you will be greatly missed.Love Fiona

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Ashley Singer wrote

So sad to hear about Steve's untimely passing. Although we had not seen each other for a few years, whenever we spoke it was like old times. I don't think I ever had a telephone conversation with him that didn't last less than an hour. He was one of my best friends and kept me sane when we both lived in Hull. We made each other laugh and I loved discussing politics, books and music with him.
He was a brilliant source of advice when I first met my wife and I will never forget how excited he was when I suggested we go to the pub for a change! I was so thrilled for him when he met you Sally and it meant a lot to me that you were both at my wedding.
I am so sorry I never got to see him with Florence. I always admired his social responsibility and attempted to impress him with my own attempts despite being a lawyer!
The world is a poorer place without you mate. Ashy x

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Jan Adamson wrote

Dear Stephen,
such happy memories of you. You were my supporter, motivator, and friend. You never failed to say the right thing, offer brilliant advice and show the rational side to things. Always willing to listen and to help.
You helped so many people over the years both in your work and personal life. The world is much diminished by you not being in it. You truly were one of life's good guys, a constant guiding light in my life, how I will miss you my dear friend. xx

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