Ashton Tanner Obituary, Cause of Death – It has been concluded that Ashton Tanner has left us and gone on to the next life. His great-grandparents, Donald Sr. and Donald Jr., Franklin, and William Turner and his wife Mary, as well as William Turner’s son Cody, granddaughter Lindsey, and brother-in-law Jim Stokley, all passed away before he did.
His other siblings, Donald Sr. and Donald Jr., Franklin, William Turner and his wife Mary, and both of Donald Sr. and Jr.’s children, Donald Sr. and Donald Jr., all passed away before him. In addition to this, both of his brothers, Donald Jr. and Franklin, passed away before him.
He is survived by his wife, Barbara Tanner, of Corning; his son, Christian Tanner, and his wife, Lacy, also of Corning; his daughter, Cheyenne Rasmussen, and her husband, Rob, of Massena; 11 grandchildren, including Kayla Meikle, Meranda Smith, Keira Strough, Colton Turner, Kacey Strough, Foxx Turner, and Ashton Turner; his sister-in-law, Pat Stokley, of Anita; As a result of the effort, the players were offered the chance to compete in cricket for English club teams during the winter season in Australia in the year 2013.
One of those players was Ashton Tanner, and he was a member of the Chichester Priory Park cricket team that competed in the Sussex Cricket League. As the Ashes series is still going on, the players have also been participating in training sessions with the Australian national cricket team.
Although Turner was given the opportunity to make his first-class debut in July 2013 in a tour match for the Australians against Sussex while he was in England, he did not take a wicket from his four overs on debut. The match was part of the Australians’ tour of England. Since Turner was in England at the time of the match, it was played. The match was played even though Turner was in England at the time it was scheduled to take place.