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Betty Hackett Turner
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A graveside service was held Saturday at Parkside Memorial Park in Folsom for Betty Hackett Turner, 73, of Granite Bay. She died Aug. 8, 2008.

Born Feb. 4, 1935, Mrs. Turner was a native of Modesto and raised in Ceres. She graduated from Ceres High School in 1952. She moved to Sacramento to work for the telephone company for 15 years. She was a Brownie and Girl Scout leader in the Loomis area for many years. Mrs. Turner helped her husband, Bob Turner, build cabins in the Truckee/Squaw Valley area and then homes in Loomis and Granite Bay. She was known as a creative person who loved to sew. Mrs. Turner belonged to the Sea Ray boat club for many years.

She leaves behind two daughters, Roberta Turner Szlak of Coquille, Ore., and Charlotte Turner Mulock of Granite Bay; two sisters, Barbara Bowser of Ceres and Joyce Daska of Modesto; four brothers, Clarence Hackett of Delhi, Harold Hackett of Modesto, Raymond Hackett of Hendersonville, N.C. and Don Hackett of Manteca; and three grandchildren, Niikki Szlak, and Chad and Christie Mulock. She was preceded in death by her husband.

-Ceres (Calif.) Courier /August 20, 2008