George "Bub" "Georgie" Winton Turcott Jr.

Monday, November 21, 1966 - Sunday, April 22, 2018

Always Remembered

Photo of George "Bub" "Georgie" Winton Turcott Jr. - 1966-2018

Clyde – George Winton “Georgie” “Bub” Turcott, Jr., passed away unexpectedly Sunday, April 22, 2018 at Mission Hospital in Asheville at the age of 51.

A native of Watertown, New York, he was born November 21, 1966 to the late George Winton Turcott, Sr. and Edith Countryman Turcott. In addition to his parents, he is preceded in death by an infant son, Nathaniel Logan Turcott; an infant daughter, Ellie Joy Turcott; an adopted son, Robert Connard; a brother, Lyle Everett “Huckie” Turcott, Jr.; and an uncle, Kenneth Turcott.

“Bub”, as he was affectionately known, loved to go fishing at Lake Junaluska and at Sunburst. He was a skilled tattoo artist with a steady hand which undoubtedly helped him with his model car hobby. Not only did he build model cars, he also had a passion for building, working on, and racing their full-size versions. Bub was kind, compassionate, funny, pleasant to be around, and appreciative of others. His sense of humor could lighten the mood of any room. He would always be there for his family and friends without passing any judgment. “Georgie” maintained a love for nature throughout his entire life, and although his eyesight had eventually failed him, he would often be found sitting outside with a beam of sunlight on his face, listening to the birds sing.

Survivors include his partner and best friend of 10 years, Mary E. Brown of Clyde; his former wife and constant friend, Carla Matthews of Clyde; adopted sons, James and Jessie Knight; three step-sons, Nathaniel Tingle of Lake Lure, Shawn Tingle of Louisville, KY, and Jonathan Matthew Tingle of Clyde; a special aunt, Angela Gilbo of Watertown, NY; an uncle, Pete Countryman and his wife, Pauline, of Watertown, NY; a special cousin, Tony Turcott and his wife, Linda, of Cape Vincent, NY, and a host of cousins from New York.

Crawford / Ray Funeral Home and Cremation Service is honored to be caring for the Turcott & Brown families.

Condolences from family and friends

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Bub I will miss you so much the whole family is hurt but we know your in a better place we will all meet again one day till then fly high brother watch us all everyday.
Jessie knight
I’m very sorry that GEORGE had to go .. he sure was a easy person to cut up with .. .. He will be missed .. We all love you GEORGE.
CHRISTINE CIANCI
Rest in peace now my sweet baby. I will always forever love and miss you. God gave you to me for going on ten years and no one will ever fill your shoes. You've had a rough past two years were your health declined and now you're at peace with a new body and flying with the angels and don't have to hurt any more and your with the rest of your family your mom and dad, your uncle Kenny and your two babies who were all waiting for you and now the circle's complete and you are all together again. I can't wait till it's my time so I can be with you too but for now rest in peace my sweet angel baby and I love you.
Mary "Buffy" Brown
Also my sweet baby just want to say to you to rest in peace with your brother "Huckie" too and you two enjoy your time together in heaven and getting to be together again. Love you my sweet Angel.
Mary "Buffy" Brown
George u will be greatly missed. The kids are devastated about ur passing. I'm glad that u aren't suffering anymore. But we will all be together again someday and we will have a big reunion. I wish u would have gotten to meet Paisley she would have loved u. Until we meet again fly high my friend. We love u and u will never be forgotten.
Kristy Russell
George you we're a great friend although we didn't talk all the time or see each other a lot I have fond memories of you I will cherish always God speed my dear friend you are missed an loved dearly see ya on the other side
Delisa Pressley
. I'm sorry for thev lots to the Family. Only good knows when it's time to rest. So everyone keep that in mind. We don't know when that will be. Sorry life or long one. George was a good guy with a great personality. I didn't know him well but he did make me laugh a few times. Prayers and much love to the family.
Misty Bennett