Carmen Sheila Turner Hallman

Born: Mon., Aug. 15, 1949
Died: Fri., Feb. 21, 2020


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Carmen Sheila Turner Hallman is survived by her former husband: Ernest Eugene Hallman, and their children Morwenna Denise Hallman, Laura Hallman-Hunter-Cunningham ( & Son in Law William Cunningham), Christina Marie Hallman, their grandchildren:  Cameron Hunter- ( Finace’ Jayde Totuszynski) Jordon Hallman-( Finace’ Rachel Jezzard), Amber Cunningham, Brittany Hallman, Kathleen Hallman, Brooke Hallman, Kristina Hallman, Ashley Hopper-(Finace’ Jackson Dukes). Their great grandchildren: Storm Hallman, Coulson Hallman, Savannah Hallman, Landyn Dukes, Ensley Dukes, Kaysen Hallman & Sophia. Her brothers: Gordon Turner (wife Vicki Turner) ( Nephew Michael Turner) J.I. Blanchard (wife Lynn Blanchard)  (Neice Carmen Jae Blanchard-Stitt). She was preceded in death by her parents: Pat Turner & Carmen Haynes Turner and her partner Patrick Hugh Lowder.

Sheila was a loving wife, mother, grandmother and a great grandmother.  Born on August 15, 1949, in August Georgia.  She loved to be with her kids, her grandchildren, her great grandbabies and her friends.  She loved her animals as much as she loved her kids, Emerald-the bird, Mahjong-the dog, and Ming Ming- the duck they made her smile!  Sheila was a loving and warm person that made you smile.  She loved the outdoors, taking plenty of pictures with her camera she carried all the time everywhere she went, drawing, painting,and singing -.  She loved to travel to different places and see different parts of the state.  She fought her battle with cancer as a very strong woman for a year, til the day that God decided he wanted another angel in heaven on February 21st, 2020, she was surrounded by all her love ones as she walked into heaven.  We will always remember the good times and how happy you were and are now.  Mom/Meemee we will always know that you are with us and you will always know that we love you and you will never be forgotten. 

The family will receive friends from 2-3pm on March 5th, 2020, at Carmen Sheila Turner Hallman's residence and the service will be at 3pm-5pm at the same place. Please contact by text message with your name to get the address to attend. Contact  Denise Hallman at  803-357-8260. 

 

Mom ,

I still see your face before me

Your voice I long to hear..

I miss and love you dearly,

God know, I wish, you were here.

Tears fall freely from my eyes, like a river, filled with grief. My only comfort now, is that, From pain, you’ve found relief. Missing you!

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William Cunningham
   Posted Tue February 25, 2020
I will always remember the great times we had together. When you moved into our house almost 6yrs ago was when i truly got to know how deep your love went with this family. You will always hold a special place in my heart as we would sit in the living room just listening to old music. I remember that no matter how grumpy i would get you never got mad at me. You always treated me like i was you son. You played a major role in creating this wonderful family and for that I'm very grateful to be apart of. You truly are a wonderful person. I couldn't have ask for a better Mother-in-law. Losing you has been a crushing blow to this family as you played a major role keeping it together. You and Pop's has raised a strong family and cause of that we will come together and pull tbrough as a family. All i can do now is pray that you know i loved you like a mother and appreciated you for everything you have ever done for this family. I LOVE YOU and will never FORGET you. RIP!!! I will see you at a later time in heaven.

cathy stonesifer
   Posted Thu February 27, 2020
RIP Sheila!! God Bless you! I am so sad to hear of your passing! I remember all of the people who loved to see you at k-café. And all of your girls and grandkids came to see you...The love was always there so strong and proud you are of them all!! I am sure Patrick was there to guide your soul to Christ.

Rob Watts
   Posted Thu March 05, 2020
Sorry for your loss.... this is truly one of the closest knit family I've ever been around. I'll be praying for y'all today.