OBITUARY – Turman G. Meadows

Sep 19th, 2023 | By | Category: News, Obituaries

It is with great sadness that we announce the death of Turman G. Meadows at the home of his son Keegan Russell Meadows, and his fiancé’ David “Brent” Arrington in Murfreesboro, Tennessee, where Turman and his wife of many years Raymona resided in, on August 25th, 2023, at the age of 67.
Born September 16, 1955 in Madison, West Virginia, to Arvil and Violet “Odean” Meadows. He was a retired school teacher, teaching grades elementary through high school, along with leading the adult education programs teaching young and old alike that it is never too late to develop your education. After retiring from teaching, Turman couldn’t stay retired long, he chose to return to work in an administrative role in the coal industry in his home state of West Virginia.
His hobbies included riding horses, watching his son train horses in preparation for the show ring, as well as sitting ringside at every horse show he could. His son Keegan was his greatest pride and joy. Following a close second was Turman’s next pride and Joy his Grandson, Zachary whom he spoiled any opportunity he could get.
He is preceded in death by his father, Arvil Gay Meadows of Wayne, West Virginia, His Grandparents, Turman Meadows, Della Ryan (Earl Ryan), and Charlie and Inis Setliff, all of West Virginia, along with his Stepson Jacob Lane Bush born in Kentucky and laid to rest in Spring Hill, Florida.
He is survived by, Raymona Meadows, his son Keegan Russell Meadows (David “Brent” Arrington), his daughter, Angeli “Amanda” Meadows-Martin, and his “Favorite” Grandson Zachary Scott Claxton. He is also survived by his mother, Violet “Odean” (Setliff) Meadows, and siblings, Kathy Maynard (Larry Maynard), of Hernando Florida, James “Jim” Meadows and Charles “Chuck” Meadows of Wayne, West Virginia, 15 nephews and nieces and several grand and great grand nieces and nephews.
Per his request, there will be no visitation or memorial. Turman was insistent that anyone who wished to see him or speak to him, may have done so before his passing. He will have a direct cremation, and per his wishes, returned to Florida to be scattered in the place he loved the most.

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