12 Campbell Street, Castlemaine
195 High Street, Kangaroo Flat (Bendigo)
Peter died suddenly and instantly in a car accident.
He is sadly missed by his loving wife Virginia, his friend and stepson Joshua, and grandchildren Patrick and Holly.
Also his son Andrew and daughter Jenny, grandchildren Molly, Angus and Alice. He leaves a huge hole in our hearts.
A private service has been held.
24th June 2020 at 1:30 PM
Peter was a delight to work with, and as always added words of wisdom at the other end … with a smile. A highly personable bloke who could communicate with people of all capabilities and backgrounds without the slightest pretense or snobbery, from Government officials to first year apprentices. A man that was constantly busy ,in high demand and skilled… He especially made time and encouraged all others to get their hands dirty and use their brains, with his grandfatherly approach …Peter the great mentor and educator of the old school. Thank you peter ,I feel honoured to have known and worked with you.
We are heartbroken to hear the tragic news of Peter’s passing. “Turner” has been a mentor, inspiration and loving friend for many, many years. We will hold him in our hearts for ever more. We send our love to Virginia & all the family. Wayne (the boy) & Karen McKay
Condolences to the turner family.
Rest in peace peter.
Words cannot express the sadness and shock we feel of the tragic passing of Peter. We feel so honoured to have been blessed with such a special friendship with such a remarkable man. We will treasure all the loving memories always. Everyday we will think of him with so much pride and a smile on our face.bour heat felt sympathy to Virginia & family, Jenny & Andrew & families. A true gentleman with a heart of gold. Forever racing. All our love. KEVIN, TRACEY, NATHAN, SAM,JULIAN,BRANDON,JESSICA,KIRALEE,VALAREE,BREANNA,SA,&ALEC. XXXX