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Broxie M. Turner
September 21, 1932 ~ November 19, 2020 (age 88) 88 Years Old
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Mrs. Broxie M. Turner was born September 21, 1932, in Reynolds, Georgia, to the late Mr. Willie Gouch and Mrs. Mary Lizzie Montford Gouch, acquiring the age of 88 years. She attended public schools and was a member of Freerun Baptist Church.
At an early age, Broxie moved to Bronx, New York, and was later united in holy matrimony to Mr. Harold Turner who preceded her in death years later. Broxie was employed as a healthcare worker until retirement in 2010. After the death of her husband, she relocated back to Reynolds, Georgia. Broxie reinstated her membership with Freerun Missionary Baptist Church.
Broxie had eleven siblings who preceded her in death. On November 19, 2020, the soul of our beloved departed for her eternal home, while residing at Taylor County Health & Rehabilitation Center.
Left to cherish her memories are two special nieces, Catherine Troutman of Reynolds, Georgia, and Dianne Patricia (William) Davis of Fort Valley, Georgia; other devoted nieces, Brenda Troutman of Conley, Georgia; Mary Daniels of Ellenwood, Georgia; Jean Stutson of Columbus, Georgia; devoted nephews, Darrell and Keith Gouch, both who live in Bronx, NewYork andRicky (Dollie) Stutson of Columbus, Georgia; a devoted sister-in-law, Mary Gouch ofAtlanta, Georgia; a host of devoted cousins, Dorothy (John) McClendon, Mattie Gouch, Alvin (Evangeline) Miller, and Gracie (Will) Gibson, all of Reynolds, Georgia; a devoted friend as a son, Richard Colbert of Oglethorpe, Georgia; and two very special friends, Teresa Flowers and Willie Bailey of Butler, Georgia.