Dalton Lee Turner, age 20 , also known as Stump, died suddenly on January 20th, 2021 in Front Royal, Virginia.
Dalton was born on May 4th, 2000, to Jennifer “Jenny” Mills and Kenny Turner, where he also joined his older brothers Tommy and Tristen Turner.
As a child, Dalton loved football! He went on to play in the midget football leagues in Front Royal and he furthered his love of football by making the Wildcat football team where he played center as number 63. He played on the team until he graduated from Warren County High School in 2018.
Dalton also loved his Baltimore Ravens! You can bet when he came to your house that ESPN would immediately be put on!
But football wasn’t his only love! He loved his Granny’s cooking! Specifically her creamy mashed potatoes and her yummy peanut butter fudge. No one could cook like Granny in his eyes!
Despite his short time on earth, he impacted all who knew him. Whether it was his zest for life or his infectious laughter, he brought immense joy to all who knew him. He will be deeply missed by his friends and family.
Surviving his parents and his brothers are ; his stepdad, Ron Mills, his two grandmothers; Kathy Turner and Alice Holben ; two aunts Tammy Weber and Missy Dilley (Mona) and three cousins, Trinity Weber and her daughter Waverly Partlowe and Elyssa Hindman (Tylor)
Services will be held at Maddox Funeral home on January 25th starting at 12 pm. Graveside service to follow at Bennett’s Chapel Cemetery.