OBITUARY

Megan Lynn Turner

September 9, 1970October 4, 2020

Megan Lynn Turner (Sobotka), 50 of Southport and formerly of Baltimore, MD and Wilmington, NC, passed away on October 4, 2020.

Megan was born September 9, 1970 in Montgomery County, Maryland. She was the beloved daughter of Linda and Victor Sobotka. She graduated in 1989 from Maryvale Preparatory School and was a 1991 dual degree graduate of the Baltimore International Culinary Institute. Megan lived in Baltimore until moving to Wilmington, North Carolina in 2018. She was loved unconditionally by all who knew her.

In addition to her parents, Megan is survived by a beloved sister, Shelley Elizabeth Goode and fiancé Joseph Spurrier; a beloved brother, Benjamin John Sobotka and wife Chrissy; her beloved niece, Virginia Ann Goode; her beloved nephews, Asher and Jackson Sobotka; her beloved aunt, Betty Johnson; her beloved uncles, John Johnson and wife Mary Beth, and Willis Johnson and wife Dianne Walbrecker; a beloved aunt, Doris Chiarizia; a beloved aunt, Cynthia Lomonico and husband Paul; and many other loving cousins, extended family members, and many many friends.

Services will be private.

Online condolences may be made at www.peacocknewnamwhite.com.

Peacock - Newnam & White Funeral and Cremation Service, Southport, Nort Carolina.

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Sharon Lewis

October 18, 2020

I worked with Megan at Lowe’s University Center. Megan was so sweet and kind. Rest In Peace my friend.

Denise Haase

October 18, 2020

I became friends with Megan at Lowes Home Improvement. Megan was a warrior, she never gave up. She was a sweet soul who was great to be around.
Not long ago she messaged me that she would stop by and visit us at work before she went to her doctor's appointment. She made good on her promise and I hugged her and told her I loved her 💗 She looked the greatest that I have seen her in a long time. We laughed and had a wonderful visit, I just did not know it would be our last one 😔 She is dearly missed and loved. My prayers and condolences to her family 😥❤🙏

Susan Reier

October 12, 2020

Dear Victor and Linda,
I am very sorry about Megan’s death.It is very painful to lose a child,so please accept my sympathy.

Take care,
Susan Reier

Dianne Walbrecker

October 9, 2020

Oh Meg, I loved catching up with you whenever we would talk and Uncle Willie and I both loved making you laugh. May you rest in peace and may those of us who loved you remember the good times with joy and the peaceful feeling that comes from loving without reservation. Rest in peace! We miss you.

Robyn Ringgold

October 7, 2020

Megan and I attended Maryvale Prep together and were good friends! One of our favorite memories together was when we volunteered at a nursing home in Columbia, MD where her grandfather resided. It was an amazing experience.

I last saw Megan in 2018 when she visited me for a few weeks.

My sincere condolences to the family! To Megan, may your soul find peace, comfort and love in the arms of God! Love you!

Robyn Ringgold

October 7, 2020

Megan and I attended Maryvale together and were close friends! I last saw her in 2018 when she visited with me for two weeks. My condolences to the family! And to Megan, may your soul find peace, comfort, & love in the arms of God. 🙏🏽

Sue Webb

October 7, 2020

I will really miss Megan. I enjoyed seeing her every Christmas at Chrissy's house just bee bopping happily around, helping to prepare the delicious food, joking around, etc.

I remember how much she loved being on that pontoon boat when we were members of the Carefree Boat Club. She took her seat, stretched out her legs on the cushion, and felt like she was on vacation.  She said, "I could get used to this."

Megan loved the warm ocean water, the warm sand beneath her feet, and the smile on her niece and nephews' faces. She enjoyed the little things in life like holding sweet baby Jax, making Asher laugh, and cracking jokes with Virginia.

She was a nice and friendly person that had a good sense of humor. She died too soon, and she will be missed.  I'm so glad that I was able to be with her for a little while in July at Topsail and at Chrissy and Ben's house in August. God bless you Megan!

Jessica Bonin

October 6, 2020

I lived Nextdoor to Megan years ago, and when it came time for my family to move she was literally the only person who was there to help me transition. It was a big deal for me.
Thoughts and prayers for her family ❤️

Monica Michewicz

October 6, 2020

We became special friends with Megan during her extended stay in Southport, NC, with her Aunt Betty Johnson. She loved Southport and especially enjoyed the beach. She will be missed by her family and many friends. Rest in peace, sweet Megan.

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