Bram-Turner Funeral Home wishes to express our sincere sympathy & appreciation of your trust in us. It is our purpose to give thoughtful service, and if in doing so we have lightened your burden, we have been successful.
Bram-Turner Funeral Home Personnel
*Heath B. Turner
Owner and Operator of Bram-Turner Funeral Homes and a licensed funeral director & embalmer. Heath and his family moved to DeKalb County after purchasing Bram Funeral Home in Maysville and Bram-Summerfield Funeral Home in Stewartsville in 2007. Heath has an Associate of Arts degree in Mortuary Science and was a funeral director and embalmer for ten years in his home town of Ava, Missouri before purchasing Bram Funeral Homes in 2007. He was elected Coroner of DeKalb County and has held this office since January 1, 2009. Heath has two boys, Kellen and Andrew. Heath is a member of Maysville United Methodist Church, enjoys the outdoors and spending time with his family. Heath considers it a privilege to serve the people of DeKalb county.
*Carol Teter-funeral director assistant
Carol has been employed by Bram Funeral Homes since 2005 under the ownership of the Bram family and transitioned with the team of Bram-Turner Funeral Home. Carol grew up in DeKalb county and moved to Maysville in 1968 when her husband John accepted a teaching position at Maysville High School. In 1973 Carol purchased a clothing store in Maysville, Missouri that she operated until 1981. She later worked for JC Penney Company in Kansas City for 19 years and at that time she and her husband returned to Maysville. Carol is a member of First Baptist Church in Cameron where she is a member of the choir and enjoys working with Awana Boys & Girls, and other ministries.
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James 5.19 Brethren, if any of you do err from the truth, and one convert him; James 5.20 Let him know, that he which converteth the sinner from the error of his way shall save a soul from death, and shall hide a multitude of sins.
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