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Annalee Turley

Otcober 1, 1954

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March 9, 2018

 

 

 

Annalee Turley, 63, of Lexington, Indiana, passed away on March 9, 2018 at Scott Memorial Hospital. She was born on October 1, 1954 in Scottsburg, Indiana, the daughter of the late Marion L. and Opal Marie (Miner) Broady. Annalee was currently in her second term as the Scott County Recorder. She has served in this position since 2012. She also had previously worked as an Election Clerk for the Scott County Clerk’s Office for about 10 years and was a teller for the old Scott County State Bank. Annalee was a member of the Bethel Baptist Church, where she was on the Board of Trustees and the Fellowship Committee. She lived all of her life in Scott County, Indiana and was a member of the 4H Council, Indiana Sheep Breeders Association, FFA Advisory Board, Young Farmers Ridge Runners Group, Secretary of the Scott County Farm Bureau Association and was a member of the Thong Girls. Annalee enjoyed gardening, canning and was a great cook. She enjoyed running Phil’s John Deere combine on the farm most of all. Phil says, “She was the best combine operator he has ever trained.” She was married on August 8, 2009 to Phil Turley of Lexington, Indiana, who survives. Annalee was preceded in death by her parents, her first husband; Rex Harrison and a daughter; Lara Ann Harrison. Survivors, in addition to her husband Phil, include two daughters: Kari Jacob and husband Shawn of Birdseye, Indiana and Jennifer Keever and husband Adam of Muncie, Indiana; two brothers: Steve Broady and wife Joyce and James Broady and wife Barbara all of Scottsburg, Indiana; two granddaughters, Caroline Keever of Muncie, Indiana and Mackenzie Jacob of Birdseye, Indiana; several nieces, nephews and cousins. Memorial Contributions: Scottsburg High School FFA Alumni or Scott County 4H Council c/o Collins Funeral Home in Scottsburg,Indiana. Online condolences:www.collinsfuneralhome.net.

Funeral Service: 11:00 am Wednesday, March 14, 2018 at Collins Funeral Home with Matt Craig and Phil LaMaster officiating. Visitation: 3 to 8 pm on Tuesday and after 9 am Wednesday. Cremation is requested following her funeral service.

From: Lee and Jackie Benham

 

Kari, Phil and Family, So sorry for your loss. Annalee was beautiful inside and out and she will be missed. Prayers to you all.

From: Cathy Hastings

 

Annalee was such a sweet, happy person. So many fond high school memories come flooding back. Heaven had truly gained another angel, but so sorry you have left us. Many prayers for thefamily!

From: Mike &

 

Dear Phil, Kari and family, Annalee was one of a kind. She was a sweet and caring person. She was positive even in the negative times. Always concerned about others. She will be missed. Know that you, her family, are in our thoughts and prayers at this time.

From: Shirley Goble

 

Thoughts and prayers are with Annalee's whole family. She was a very special person who almost always had a smile in her face. I have known her my whole life and she has touched so many people in her all to short life. She will be missed by many.

From: Bob Geswein

 

Phil, God bless you and your family at this time. Praying for all you all to have understanding and acceptance of having Annalee passing to heaven. Bob Geswein

From: Sharon Hurtienne

 

Dear Phil, Kari and family: We are very saddened by the news of Annalee's death. Since we moved away from 'the Burg' we did not know she had been ill recently. We know she is standing at the right hand of Jesus and rejoicing with the angels. She was so precious to us all and she will be greatly missed!!! Dear Lord, we lift Annalee's family to you. Please strengthen and comfort them during this difficult time and let them feel your presence. Bring peace to their hearts and happy memories to their thoughts. In Christ's most holy name, Amen Gary and Sharon (Kiviniemi) Hurtienne

From: Eric Copple

 

One of the nicest people I’ve ever known. Never too busy to take a minute and ask how I was doing and about my family. A very special lady that I know will be missed my many. My prayers go out to Kari and the extended family.

From: Jane Turner

 

It was a pleasure to know Annalee. What a dear sweet lady. I will miss our chats at our annual Recorder conferences. My thoughts and prayers are with her entire family.

From: Kim Gardner

 

Annalee will be missed. I never seen her without a smile on her face. The love she had for her family and friends showed in her smile. Frank and I will continue to keep you all in our prayers. Kim & Frank Gardner

From: Donna Dobbins Stewart

 

So sorry for your loss. Annalee was a wonderful lady.

From: Steve & Jeannie Noe Carlisle

 

Phil, Kari and all of the family. Our thoughts and prayers are with each of you during your grief. Annalee was always so nice. I always liked her. In fact, Judy Cochran contacted me after I let her know and she stated that Annalee acted as though she always knew Judy although she had just began to work in the courthouse. She never met a stranger, I don't believe. We love all of you.

From: Stephanie Carlisle Miller

 

Thoughts and many prayers to Phil, Kari and Jennifer and the entire family.

From: Tom and Teresa Weadick

 

Phil, we are so sorry for Annalee’s passing. Very special you got to share your lives together. She did so much good and was a very wonderful person. May the hope of seeing her again someday with Jesus comfort you. With love, Tom and Teresa

From: John Wood

 

I am so sorry for your loss. Annalee was such a warm and caring person who always had a smile on her face and was a pleasure to be around. She will be missed by all who had the pleasure of knowing her.

From: Chris and Jill Weadick

 

A couple years ago, Uncle Phil and Annalee came to Coeur D'Alene for a visit. It was great to spend time with Annalee and get to know her - what a great soul - she will be missed! Our deepest sympathy - Chris and Jill Weadick

From: Larry Stidam

 

Prayers for Phil & Family. So sorry for your loss.

From: Pat & Phyllis Sullivan

 

Annalee was always such a sweet & kind lady; always smiling always friendly. She will be greatly missed. To her family we are so sorry for your loss & will keep you all in our prayers.

From: David & Diana Kilburn

 

It was a honor to know Annalee and her family. She lit up any room she walked in to. We will miss her. Keeping her family in our prayers.

From: Danny Hardin

 

Phil and Family, Sorry for your loss of Annalee, she was a great Classmate and Friend. She will be Saddle Miss, may God Be with your Family at this time.

From: Janice Greco

 

So sorry to hear of Annalee's passing. She was a truly nice person to everyone that she came in contact with. One of a kind in our modern world. May God Bless , Janice Greco

From: Renitia Whitis

 

One of the sweetest ladies I ever met! She always put others ahead of herself. I'm so thankful for the opportunity to have worked with her. Rest in peace, pretty lady, you have gotten your reward!

From: Roderick & Desiree Sigler

 

May your family find comfort as “the hearer of prayer” embraces their heart (Psalms 94:19). Lean on one another for strength and encouragement to stay strong during this most difficult time.

From: Yvonne Trabue

 

Annalee was such a inspiration to us all. Remember her laugh when we attended Sullivan Business College together. She always found the silver lining in everything. Fly high Annalee as you rejoin your family.

In Memoriam