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Jed Turnbull

April 3, 1955 - January 28, 2020

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Posted by:
James and Mary Thorpe

Posted on:
February 14, 2020

We met Jen 17 years ago when he in Maryland came down to refinish a road through the years he did much work on our property He became a very close friend and we did many things in our shop together to help them out with his machinery Jed was a real mountain man and intelligent person. When we needed his help he was always there for us Jed was a very polite and caring person God bless him and rest his soul we will miss you Jen

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Dianne (DeeDee) Dymack

Posted on:
February 11, 2020

Jed was a caring and loving man, always full of fun and jokes. I am sending my thoughts and prayers to his family and friends. I\'d known Jed for years and got to work with him several times while we were both on the Underground Utilities Council when I was working for Northern Lights.

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Dianne (DeeDee) Dymack

Posted on:
February 11, 2020

Jed was a caring and loving man, always full of fun and jokes. I am sending my thoughts and prayers to his family and friends. I'd known Jed for years and got to work with him several times while we were both on the Underground Utilities Council when I was working for Northern Lights.

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Lynne Thompson

Posted on:
February 7, 2020

I went to school and graduated class of 73 with him. Jed worked with my dad for the City of Sandpoint. Jed was an awesome thoughtful person. Joking all the time. He organized a couple fun class reunions the last few years bringing people together. I was so pleased to see him at my dads service last May. He will be missed. He is already.

Posted by:
Mike Gunter

Posted on:
February 7, 2020

Many great memories of Jed growing up together in Sagle. Big man with a big heart! Jed loved and cared about the Sagle community and he lived that through his organization of Sagle baseball teams, Sagle Community picnics, and was the first to jump in when somebody needed help. Jed will be greatly missed!

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Anonymous

Posted on:
February 7, 2020

We are very sorry. We hope his family can find comfort in the many memories they have of Jed.

Posted by:
Marie Sulzle O\"Brien

Posted on:
February 4, 2020

So sorry to hear about Jed So young.