Funeral Services for Mrs. Irene Elaine Wallace Turk, Tuesday, January 25, 1983, 3:30 P.M., St. Paul A.M.E. Church, Macon, Georgia, Interment -- Woodlawn Memorial, "Hutchings Services"

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Booker T. Lamar Thomas Johnson
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HONORARY PALLBEARERS The Progressive Women's Organization of St. Paul A .M.E.

No one knows pain except one who has been afflicted by it. No one knows sorrow lest he has been caused to grieve by it. And there is no heart that can bear those grievances without the warm ness shown it by friends.
We wish you to know that our hearts have been made to feel warm by the kindnesses, condolences, flowers, and all such sympathies shown at our time of bereavement.

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TUESDAY, JANUARY 25, 1983 3:30P.M.

Irene Elaine Wallace was born to the parentage of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Wallace. At an early age, she moved to Macon, Georgia with her parents.
She attended Burdell Elementary School and Hudson High School. She joined the Saint Paul A.M.E. Church at the age of five. Irene was a dedicated member, founder and organizer of the Progressive Women's Club. She was a member of the One Hundred's Club, President of the Stewaraess Board #2 for several years, Phyllis Wheatly Club, and Gospel Choir.
She was married to Andrew Barrow Turk for thirty-eight years. To this union three children were born.
Socially, Irene was a member of Monsieur and Madams Social Club and His & Hers Social and Savings Club.
Survivors include a devoted husband, Andrew Barrow Turk, Sr., of Macon, Georgia; a devoted daughter, Sharon Dianne Turk-Williams of Macon, Georgia; devoted son.s, Jerry Carlton Turk and Michael Morris Turk of Macon, Georgia; a stepson, Andrew B. Turk, Jr., of Macon, Georgia; one brother, Council Willis of Detroit, Michigan; one uncle, Alfred D. Green of Gray, Georgia; one aunt, Ruby Green of Gray, Georgia; daughter-in-law, Brenda G . Turk; a devoted daughter-in-law, Lydia M. Turk, and a step daughter-in-law, Sandra L. Turk, all of Macon, Georgia; a son-in-law, james A. Williams of Memphis, Tennessee; two brothers-in-law, john H. Tu rk of Macon, Georgia, and Charles S. Turk of Pittsburg, Pennsylvania; four sisters-in-law, josephine Turk of Macon, Georgia, julia Turk of Pittsburg, Pennsylvania, Billie Turk of Brooklyn, New York and jenny M. Willis of Detroit, Michigan; seven granchildren, Sharard Carlton Turk, jerry Carlton Turk, Jr., joiretta Turk, Dana Turk, joyce Turk, Michael A. Turk and Trenda Turk, all of Macon, Georgia; one godson, Timothy Card; a devoted niece, Mrs. Gloria Turk-Tuggle of Macon, Georgia, several other nieces and nephews, and a host of other relatives and friends.

Processional. ......... .. .... Presiding- Rev. T.N. Hercules
Selection ..... "Come Ye Disconsolate" ..... Gospel Choir
Prayer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Rev. Dr. Walter Glover Zion Hill Baptist Church
Scriptures: Old Testament. ....... Rev. Dr. Curtis Hardnett Harmony Baptist Church New Testament .......... Rev. Dr. W.P. Carter P.E. Milledgeville District
Solo ........... "Precious Lord" ........... Harold Lamar
Remarks ...... Mr. Howard Wood - Baconsfield Flower Shop Mrs. Inez Hancock- St. Paul A.M.E.
Mr. Dempsey Purnell - Mt. Moriah Baptist Church
"If I can Help Somebody" .......... Rev. Dr. Eddie D. Smith Macedonia Baptist
Remarks ......... Rev. T.N. Hercules- Pastor St. Paul A.M.E.
Selection . ... "I Don't Feel No Way Tired" .... Gospel Choir
Eulogy ........................ Rev. E.S. Mallory- Pastor Steward Chapter A.M. E.
Viewing of Remains