Clyde Eugene Turner, beloved husband, father, brother, grandfather and great grandfather passed away on September 30, 2021 with his wife Marion by his side. He was born on January 21st, 1933 in Milford, Utah to Mabel Bradfield Turner and Stephen Eugene Turner. He was preceded in death by his son Stephen Clyde Turner, both of his parents Stephen Eugene Turner and Mabel Bradfield Turner, and his eldest sister Jeraldine Turner Kirk. He is survived by his wife Marion Sevy Turner, Russell Turner (Teresa Sullivan) Lisa Turner Hogge (Daren Hogge) and Aimee Turner Charlton, and his sister Patricia Turner Davis. Clyde has 11 grandchildren & 12 great grandchildren who are his pride and joy.He was best known for his lovingnature, calm disposition and his ability to make a new friend wherever he went. He was a gifted athlete and lettered in several sports at Milford High school and went on to play football on a scholarship at “The Branch Agricultural College” (now SUU) in the Fall of 1952.He married Marion Sevy Turner on June 19,1954. They went to Las Vegas for a quick honeymoon and then moved to Virginia Beach for two years where Clyde was stationed in the army.Clyde excelled in all of his work endeavors. He worked on the railroad as a brakeman in Milford Utah, managed several gas stations, owned Big A Break and Auto in Las Vegas for several years, and spent his last years in Las Vegas managing several Big O Tire chains. Clyde was an incredible worker, but his greatest love was coaching his sons in Little League Baseball and umpiring countless games in 100+ degree weather in Las Vegas, Nevada.Clyde and Marion semi-retired in Cedar City, Utah in the Spring of 1997, where Clyde worked part-time at Mr Bubbles Car Wash, went to most of his grandchildren’s track meets, baseball games and any event that his grandchildren attended. He was always the first to cheer them on. His nick name is “Clyde The Glide” because of his smooth moves and his endearing blue eyes.He’s been entered in “The Hall of Fame” for roller-skating, water sliding, and trampoline jumping in his late 70’s and 80’s with his grandchildren and great grandchildren. He was known for turning a trip to Mesquite into a Hawaiian vacation for everyone whom he loved and adored. He has more friends at “The Market Grill” than one can count, was hard to beat in a good game of horse, and was always the first one to bet on the Utah BYU football game. Last but not least, Clyde has earned a memorial rock to be placed at “The Cedar Ridge Golf Course”. He is a legend to many people and will be missed and cherished by his loving and courageous nurses at Cedar rehab and the many doctors who cared for him during his tender last few months. The staff at Cedar Rehabilitation shared with us that he was “a ray of sunshine”, showing up every morning in his bright blue car to bring gifts and snacks to his wife Marion for the past 18 months, and he never missed a day.”However, first and foremost, he will be cherished greatly by his beautiful wife Marion and all the memories that they have shared together over the last 67 years.There will be a graveside service in Milford, UT on Friday Oct 8 at 12:00 p.m. Following the service, there will be a Celebration Of Life at 1:00 pm. at the City Offices Banquet Room located at 26 S 100 W Milford, UT.In lieu of flowers, we are asking for donations to go to the Cedar Rehabilitation Center to continue in helping other residents have the kind and loving experience that Clyde has been given during his short stay at the facility. These donations need to be in check or cash form. The contact for Cedar Rehabilitation is [email protected]Or 805-504-6657 \n\nTo plant Memorial Trees in memory of Clyde Eugene Turner, please click here to visit our Sympathy Store.