Peacefully on Wednesday, May 20, 2020 Dorothy Elaine Turner departed this earthly life in Clinton, MD. Family and friends will unite on Thursday, June 4, 2020 from 10:00am until time of Celebration of Life 11:00am at Briscoe-Tonic Funeral Home 2294 Old Washington Road, Waldorf, MD 20601. Interment will follow at Fort Lincoln Cemetery, Brentwood, MD.
Sis. Turner had many gifts, talents & abilities that was given by God & acquired thru her life. I’d like to highlight the ones that impacted my life. Her gift of giving which included all that she had, words of wisdom which came in loving & caring correction when necessary, hugs of encouragement, looks that turned into a smile that meant business. She loved her family & family time so much whether watching a football game at home or an event at church, just brought joy to her heart. She opened her home to my family, without hesitation, that moved back to Maryland from Georgia. Our weekly brunches at Golden Coral, Denny, etc. so we wouldn’t have to cook on Sunday after church. I thank God for her family that was always an example of & to the Body of Christ of togetherness, just as Christ died to for us to be one & to show the world His love & that He is Lord. God continue to bless & keep you in his care. Sis. Yates.
I thank God for allowing me to know Bro. & Sis. Turner & their family. They have truly impacted my life & my family. If I lived 100+ years I couldn’t thank God enough. Not only for what they did but because of who they are. Their kind, unselfish,& unconditional love for others. Sis. Dorothy I’ll truly miss our weekly fellowships, breaking bread & prayers. I love you family!
Sis. Jackie (Yates)
At a time like this, I want to share the sorrow that you feel and let you know my caring is so very warm and real.
With warmest thoughts and deepest sympathy.
Dear Heavenly Father,
Thank you for the life, legacy and love of Mother Dorothy Turner.
To the Turner and Young Family,
Please allow the peace, grace and love of God comfort you during this time of your life, for the rest of your life.
Be blessed and stay safe!
Reverend Michael White, Pastor
From the Church Ministries of Waldorf
What an honor it is for you, to be in the presence of our LORD! I can just hear your continuous joy and laughter! We love you Mom Turner!
Meme (Beatrice Williams) and all of your Family in Georgia, Love united us!