Mr. Larry "Sideways" Charles Turner Jr.

January 24, 1969September 7, 2020
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Larry Charles Turner, Jr, of Ft Worth, Texas, passed away on September 7, 2020 in Bosque County, Texas.

He will always be remembered as a loving son, father, and friend to all that knew and loved him.

He was born on January 24, 1969 in Oceanside, California to Larry Charles Turner, Sr. and Linda Gail Turner.

Larry was a friend who would go to the end of the Earth to help others. His favorite things to do were cooking and playing music. He was the life of the party and wanted to always make sure everyone had a drink in their hand, a full belly and laughter in their hearts.

Larry Charles Turner, Jr. is survived by his mother and stepfather, Linda and Larry Tout of Watauga, TX; his grandmother, Louise Turner of Hurst, TX; his children, Justin Richardson, Jaycie Richardson, Kimble Arnold, Tristan Turner, Colton Turner, and Harley Turner all from the Dallas, Fort Worth area; and by his grandchildren, Tucker and Hannah. He is also survived by his brothers, sisters, and numerous nieces and nephews.

He was preceded in death by grandfather, Charles Paul Turner, and his father, Larry Charles Turner, Sr.

The visitation will be held from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. on Wednesday, September 16, 2020 at the funeral home. The Funeral Service will be held at 12:30 p.m. on Wednesday, September 17, 2020 at Bluebonnet Hills Funeral Home Chapel. Interment will follow in Bluebonnet Hills Memorial Park with a reception to follow for immediate family in the Bluebonnet Family Lounge.

If you wish to send flowers in honor of Larry Charles Turner, Jr. please contact Lilium Floral Design at 817-589-1566 or


  • Tristan Turner
  • Colton Turner
  • Steve McCullum
  • Dale Churkey
  • Chris Coomer
  • Austin Churkey
  • Cameron Churkey
  • Justin Richardson
  • George Ortiz, Honorary Pallbearer


  • Visitation

    Wednesday, September 16, 2020

  • Funeral Service

    Thursday, September 17, 2020


  • Committal Service

    Thursday, September 17, 2020



Mr. Larry "Sideways" Charles Turner Jr.

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Josh Williams

September 16, 2020

I've only had a short time to get to know Larry, maybe a year or so. He quickly became one of my best friends. I have a feeling he made a lot of people feel that way.

We met up at Maxine's so frequently, I'm surprised they didn't etch our name on the chairs. Sunday Fun-days, as we called them, will never be the same. His wings were absolutely legendary. We spent many, many hours just talking about our days, telling stories from our past, or divulging plans for the future.

He was one of the most genuine and kind people I've ever had the privilege to know. Words really can't do justice to what he meant to all of us who knew him. As my friend put it, he had a million dollar personality and would make anyone feel like they were the most important person in the room.

I'll miss you, Sideways. Love ya, buddy.

John (Bear) DuBose

September 16, 2020

I'll away remember the good times we had and all the songs we sang I will miss you my friend till I see you again

Donna Richardson

September 16, 2020

I will forever cherish the memories of you Larry. You will never know how much we loved and appreciated you for the many blessings we have had through all the years with your children, Justin and Jaycie, and now your grandchildren Tucker and Hannah. I will always remember our conversation when you told me how proud you were of Justin, Jaycie and all your children. May you soar with the angels....

Elijah Jimenez

September 15, 2020

Larry was more than a good man. He was an awesome friend and brother. It was a Sunday night at Maxine’s I asked him to be the best man at my wedding. He looked at me and said you’re nuts man for real? I continued saying yes and he he just couldn’t believe it. I explained that he’d been there for me on multiple accounts and also there for my fiancé. The fact that he became apart of my family. He accepted the offer as best man and said “you B now you got my eyes sweatin”. We drank on it and we both had a shot of the finest Yager. That was his favorite. I’ll never forget his charm, humor, and absolute love he showed his people. Who will stand beside me at my wedding. How can I find another best man when you were the best around. Love you Larry.. I’ll always cheers to you Sideways. Forever my brother..

Tonya Bourque

September 15, 2020

I loved my little brother. I helped raise him since he was a teenager. He always had my back. I will forever have your back. I will never stop loving you.

Big Sissy

Christopher Coomer

September 15, 2020

Larry, had become my best friend, my brother in the past 4 years. We were kindred spirits from the minute we met, and became each other's side kicks within a short time. He loved everybody and did things for the people he loved every chance he got. He was always there for you. He was a proud father, always bragging about his kids. When we were together, we laughed. We laughed hard, genuine laughs and never had a dull moment. We cooked together, and when we did he would tell me about his grandmother's cooking techniques, breaking out an old, well used recipe book. He told me stories about his mom, who he loved and cherished to no end. He encouraged me in my passions, and I hope I did the same. We leaned on each other in down times. We made good times. We were blessed to have him in our lives, and I thank God for this blessing. I will miss my brother, but I will have my memories, and will never forget. He will live ever on in my heart. My heart goes out to his family and friends, and I pray he eases their grief. God speed, Sideways, until we meet again on the otherside. Love you, but you know that.

Charles Clark

September 15, 2020

My Brother, my friend. Over 25 years of friendship. I dont have many people in my small circle that I have known that long. You were a good man, a great friend and a caring and compassionate human being. The world lost a great man. Im heart broken my friend, at a complete loss. I know God takes the good ones early but this is just hard for me to process. Love ya Brother. RIP. See ya on the other side.


Danese Merryman

September 14, 2020

I’ve known you a long time. We had so many great memories and good times. I can still hear your laughter. Till we meet again my friend! Gigi will keep you company till we meet again!

Tara Todd

September 13, 2020

Your quirky ways continue on through your spirit!!! I've missed seeing you for a while and love you so much!!!

Your memory will not be forgotten and I promise to carry on your spunk!!!! Love you and miss you, Uncle Buddy!


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