Missouri Marriage Records, 1805-2002; Ancestry Record 1171 #505626629; Name: Anne Talbot Turner; Race: White; Age: 27; Birth Date: 24 Mar 1931; Marriage Date: 19 Apr 1958; Marriage Place: Jackson, Kansas City, Missouri, USA; Spouse: John Lyle Wells. Image
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Obituary Kansas City Star 19 Apr 2010; "Kansas City Star, The", Missouri, GenealogyBank.com (accessed 21 May 2016) ANNE TURNER WELLS; Kansas City Star; Publisher Location: Kansas City, Missouri, USA; Repository: GenealogyBank.com; Transcript: ANNE TURNER WELLS 1931 - 2010 Lifelong Kansas Citian Anne Turner Wells has died, age 79. Born on March 24, 1931, to Marybelle (Mundy) and Prewitt Bates Turner, Sr., she was a graduate of Bennett Junior College and the University of Missouri-Columbia, where she was a member of Kappa Kappa Gamma. Anne was a committed community volunteer throughout her life and will be remembered for her dedication to numerous causes, especially those in education, for which she was a passionate advocate. Anne founded Friends of Children's Therapeutic Learning Center (then the Crippled Children's Nursery School Association) in 1969, and served in several leadership positions in the association, including organizing many benefit events to fund the school's endowment. She remained involved with fundraising and volunteer work for CTLC for over forty years and was to be inducted into CTLC's Blue Bird Society. In 1985, Anne was one of the founders of Kappa's Golden Key Scholarship Fund at the University of Missouri-Columbia, and was the organization's first president, continuing her involvement with fundraising and scholarships for the next 25 years. Anne also served as a member of University Associates at UMKC from 1995 to 1998. Having spent her summers at her family's farm in Glasgow, Missouri, Anne had a lifelong interest in Kansas City's agricultural heritage and was a committed leader in the BOTAR organization, for which she served as president in 1960 and 1961. She continued to contribute to fundraising for the American Royal for over 50 years, as well as serving as a board member and leading tours for schoolchildren at the Royal. Anne's commitment to the volunteer community was a source of pride to her family and friends. No one who knew her will forget her warmth, incredible generosity, outgoing personality and enthusiasm for life. She had a tremendous capacity for friendship and a truly caring spirit. Celebrating a full and happy life are her husband of 51 years, John Lyle Wells, Jr., son Lyle Wells and daughter Marianne Wells, nieces, nephews and cousins, and countless friends. A celebration of life service will be held at 4 p.m. Friday, April 23, at St. Andrew's Episcopal Church. The family suggests contributions to the Children's Therapeutic Learning Center, the American Royal, and the Golden Key Scholarship Fund. Kansas City Star, The (MO) - Monday, April 19, 2010
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