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Mother Levancy Maxey Turner
Lester Lackey & Sons Funeral Home Inc.
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Celebratinf The Life


Mother Levancy Maxey Turner

January 21, 1922~April 4, 2014

Thursday, April 10, 2014

Eleven O'clock a.m.

Springfield Baptist Church

1877 Iris Drive

Conyers, Georgia 30013

Pastor Eric W. Lee Sr., Officiating

Pastor Ashley Dobbs, Eulogist

Assisted By Others



A Time To Be Born

Mother Levancy Maxey Turner was born on January 21, 1922 to the late Mr. & Mrs. Cleve  (Lizzie) Maxey. She was the sixth child of seven.. Preceding her in death are two sisters, Ruthie Mae and Corrie, three brothers, L.C. (Jim), Willie and Harvey.

A Time To Plant

Levancy attended Lequin Public Schools. At an early age she joined Mount Olive Baptist Church, where she served as church secretary, worked on the Usher Board and the Mother Board. She loved her church and attended faithfully until her health failed. Levancy was united in holy matrimony in 1942 to the late Mr. Almond Turner, Sr., who preceded her in death. This union was blessed with four children, two of which preceded her in death.

A Time To Die

Levancy answered the tender call of our Savior on Friday afternoon April 4, 2014 with her two sons by her side. She leaves a loving family to cherish her memories two devoted sons, Mr. & Mrs. Almond J. (Anita) Turner and Mr. & Mrs. Michael (Barbara) Turner, five grandchildren, Pastor & Mrs. Dwahn (Grenetta) Turner; Mr. Michael Q. Turner, Mr. & Mrs. Christopher (Shaye) Barrett,  Ms. Alicia Turner and Mr. & Mrs. Bradley (Shundra) Green, eight great grandchildren, Aneissia, Layla, Elisa, Christopher, Lawson, Denetress, Gavin and Gabrielle, one sister, Mrs. Annie Nell Daniel, one sister-in-law, Mrs. Claudia Turner Strong, a host of nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.

To My Family And Friends

I would like the memory of me to be a happy one. I would like to leave an afterglow of smiles when my life is done. I would like to leave an echo whispering softly down the pathway of happy times, laughing times, bright and sunny days. I would like the tears of those who grieve today, to be transformed into happy memories as I leave when my life is done.

                                                                   I Love you all,



Westside  Cemetery
Covington, Georgia

    Deacons and Nephews  
      Flower Ladies

The family of Mother Levancy Maxey Turner extends our sincere appreciation and gratitude to friends and neighbors for all of your calls, visits, prayers and warm generosity during our time of bereavement. May god bestow his richest blessings upon each of you. Special thanks to Riverside Healthcare and Staff and  Heartland Hospice. 
                                                                                The Family