Greg was a good guy and better friend. He was a major part of ABATE region 8’s success. He will be sorely missed.
In the time I knew Greg, he was one helluva fine man, he loved his dog Muttly, had lots of good ideas, loved shootin pool, and he always tried to educate new and old riders. Knowing hes in the wind is best way to smile thru th tears. Love n hugs
In the time I knew Greg he was a helluva an individual, loved his dog Muttly, so full of good ideas, and educated young and old riders alike. Knowing hes in the wind helps to keep a smile while remembering a wonderful friend.
In the time that I knew Greg, he was a hell of an individual, loved his dog Muttly, was so full of good ideas, and educated young and old riders alike. Knowing he’s in the wind helps to keep a smile while remembering a wonderful friend. Love n hugs
Your path was long and tough, sometimes not always straight, but those of us who knew you, really knew you—know that you were the best of us, ready stand not behind, but beside. You and I were on the same wavelength, some thought a bit off, but the humor that we saw in things that others sometimes didn’t , well as the saying goes, “If I have to explain it, you wouldn’t understand”. To my friend, my saddle partner, and most of all My Brother, your free of all that burdened you here. Ride again Brother, now the Angels have to keep up with you. Till we can ride together again, you will be missed, but never forgotten.
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Gregory Allen Turner, 57, passed away on November 12, 2020 welcomed home by Mama, Grandma, Aunt Lee, and Grandpa.
Gregory is survived by his brothers Phillip (Peggy) Haines and David (Marcy) Haines. He will be sadly missed by Lacey, Wyatt, Dylan, Rylan Gregory, Myra Jo.
Gregory will be sadly missed by all who knew him, ride free and safe until we meet again.
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