Joshua Ellis Turner

Joshua Ellis Turner
Joshua Ellis Turner

Josh Turner, 37, of Amarillo, TX died Monday, October 30, 2023.

Memorial services will be at 1:00 p.m., Friday, November 10, 2023, at Boxwell Brothers Ivy Chapel, 2800 Paramount Blvd.

Josh was born November 6, 1985, in Odessa, TX.  Joshua was loved deeply by his family, and we are at a loss for words.

Josh’s goal in life was to make others happy and improve their lives in any way he could. He enjoyed gaming, cooking, tinkering with electronics, make music, and of course, making others smile. When Josh smiled at you, you couldn’t help but smile back. Josh’s philosophy of life is an inspiration and something we will all remember. Josh started at Andrew’s and Associates in August 2017 as an entry-level technician and was promoted to Internal Operations Manager over the years. He was passionate about his work and ensuring his team had the very best of everything to succeed. His devotion to serving others shone through in everything he did. Josh was a beloved part of his team and his bright spirit never went unnoticed.

“I live by a philosophy that I call, Tending the Garden. I try to make things better everywhere I go. That’s how I ended up in a career of fixing things. If I make the world around me a better place, then I live in a better place. If I can make the people around me happier, then I have happier people to interact with. I improve my life by improving things for people, places, and things around me.” -Josh Turner

Survivors include his son, Finn Clements and partner, Ian Flores of Phoenix, AZ; his mother, Kristy Watkins and husband Marcus of Amarillo, TX; father, Burt Turner and wife April of Opp, AL; brother, Zach Turner of Whittier, CA; sister, Jennifer Houck of Lewisville, TX; stepbrother, Geffin Watkins and wife, Bri of College Station, TX; stepbrother, Christopher Gonzales and wife Michelle of Houston, TX; grandmother, Donna Ervi of Garland, TX; as well as many nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles, cousins, and friends.

3 Replies to “Joshua Ellis Turner”

  1. Such a kind person. We could always count on you to solve all of our problems. Too soon…. we will miss you my friend. Fly with the angels. May the Lord accept you into his kingdom and your family find peace.

  2. Josh was a bright spot at our office. He was always helpful and pleasant. He will be missed. Sending prayer of comfort to his friends and family. So very sorry for this loss.

  3. Oh, Josh! My heart is so sad now. I looked forward to seeing you on Tuesdays. You were always so happy and helpful — so full of life. I hope you knew how liked and loved you were. You are missed ….

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