Sis. Lynette Turner,52, departed this life on Tuesday February 27, 2018 in Florence County. She was the mother of Crystal Turner and Sharod Turner and the daughter of John Dorsey Turner. You may visit the family at 923 E. Godbold St. Marion.
Funeral services are scheduled to be held at the Door of Hope Christian Church, Marion Tuesday March 6, 2018 at 2:00pm.
“I have fought a good fight, I have finished my course, I have kept the faith.”
2 Timothy 4:7
Ms. Lynette was born on February 21, 1966 to John Dorsey Turner and the late Erone Kennedy. Lynette fought a good fight, finished her course and kept the faith. Lynette’s course ended on Tuesday February 27, 2018 in the McLeod Regional Medical Center, Florence South Carolina. God looked down and saw his daughter suffering and said “ENOUGH” come home my daughter.
Lynette was educated in New York State Public School System. Lynette was very enthusiastic and went out of her way to help people any way she could. Lynette made a major impact on many people. Lynette had a great sense of humor and said what she meant and meant what she said.
Lynette accepted Christ as her personal savior. Lynette became a member of Mt. Pisgah Baptist Church under the leadership of the late Rev. Henry McGill Jr., she later attended Refuge Family Worship Center under the leadership of Bishop Simon Jenkins, she attended Monument of Faith under the leadership of Bishop Terry Mozeak, she attended Cannan Land Revival Temple under the leadership of Bishop Jimmy McKelvy. Lynette later joined the Door of Hope Christian Church under the leadership of Bishop Michael & Melinda Blue until her passing.
Lynette leaves to cherish her loving memories; Carlton Brantley (common law husband) of the home Marion SC., her father John Dorsey Turner of Marion, SC, her three children, one daughter Crystal Shar’Lynn Turner whom she called her QUEEN of New York now residing in Marion, SC, two sons Sharod Darnell Turner of New York and Christopher Turner of New York, Geneika Brantley, Vanessa Brantley, Victoria Brantley, Jasmine Brantley, Chasity Brantley, Chasakasha Brantley, whom she considered her step-children all of Marion, SC, three grandchildren Dae’Quan Ja’vontae Dupri Turner, Kate’Lynn-Joy Ka’Trice Turner both formely of New York now residing in Marion, SC, Nazaire Anderson-Turner formely of New York now residing on Columbia, SC. Lynette also leaves behind to cherish her memories her brothers and sisters, Mary Ann Davis-Turner, Patesha Turner, Virginia Turner, Dale Turner, Robin Turner and Jimmy Lee Turner all of Marion, SC., Erena James, Tavian Fails, Gerard Kennedy all of New York and a host of nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends. Her best friend Faye Thompson, whom she called her sister, Janie Mae Thompson, whom she called mama and the late J.W. Thompson whom she called daddy all of Marion, SC, and her God-mother Denise Crosland of New York whom she also called mom.