Catherine Petway Obituary, Death – Our names are Catherine Petway and we are the mother of Jeremy Turner. My son was a part of the Atlanta CV team for the 2013 and 2014 seasons and was a player for both of those years. He was a member of the band and played a variety of brass instruments, including the euphonium. It is with deep regret that I must inform you that he passed suddenly on June 25, 2023, at the age of 26, as a result of occurrences that were totally unforeseen by anyone.
Although I am aware that it has been some time since Jeremy was a part of the organization, I felt it was necessary for me to notify you of this and kindly ask if you could share the information with the other alumni. Although I am aware that it has been some time since Jeremy was a part of the organization, I felt it was necessary for me to inform you of this. It is possible that there are people in the globe who would like to be informed of this, and who would also be interested in attending a memorial ceremony in order to say their final farewells.
These people would like to be informed of the possibility that there are people in the world who would like to be informed of this. In addition to his perspective on the role of leadership within the organization. After Jeremy had already finished his first season, we found out this information. Despite the strenuous nature of the sessions and the demands, Jeremy’s time spent with Atlanta CV offered him an incredible amount of joy. He was always hyped up about what he had accomplished and what was to come when I went to pick him up at the conclusion of his weekend workouts.
Courtlin Stewart and Madison Turner (Jeremy’s sister) were the two new members who joined your drum corps program in 2014 and 2015, and they came as a direct result of Jeremy’s enthusiasm for the activity. Because of Jeremy’s participation in Atlanta CV and the training he received from you, in 2016 he was invited to try out for the Madison Scouts. This led to Jeremy’s ultimate goal of being a member of the Madison Scouts. We owe you a debt of gratitude for the opportunity you gave Jeremy to participate in something that is bigger than himself and for the chance you gave him to display his talent.
One of the most memorable experiences of Jeremy’s life was the time that he spent working for your organization. When he was between the ages of 17 and 18, he became one of the first young people from Barrow County to sign up for a drum corps. He was a pioneer in this regard. Both the field design and the music were quite challenging in comparison to the level of performance that his high school was able to reach. Jeremy was more drawn to a music style that was characterized by a higher level of intensity and rivalry.
He valued the contacts he made with both the other participants and the staff very highly and had a fantastic time on all of the outings. Everyone took notice of the significant improvement in Jeremy’s musical abilities after his first season, when he returned to playing at his school after being away.