Betty Leach Turner age 86 of Stone Mountain, passed away on Saturday, September 16, 2017. Born and raised in Stone Mountain, she was the daughter of the late A.B. and Marie Turner Leach, also preceded in death by her husband: Jerry Turner, and Sister Geraldine Batzel. She retired from Continental Insurance Company with 47 years of service. Mrs. Turner was a member and very active with the youth at Pine Lake Baptist Church. Surviving are Nephew and fiancé: Brian (Bridget) Batzel of Jacksonville, Florida. Great Nephews: Desmann and Dustin of South Carolina, Brother in Law: Butch (Dottie) Batzel of Augusta, GA, also Cousin: Preston (Janice) Leach of GA. Entombment Services will be held 1 PM, Monday, September 18, 2017 from the Melwood Cemetery. The family will receive friends at Wages & Sons Stone Mountain Chapel on Monday from 11:30 AM until 12:30 PM. Wages and Sons Stone Mountain Chapel, 1040 Main Street Stone Mountain, GA 30086.

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  1. Sending condolences and deepest sympathies to Brian and the family. See you later Betty! That’s the blessed assurance of believers, its never goodbye only see you later! You were the spiritual mother to a whole lot of young people.

  2. Dear Sweet Lady of so many of our hearts. You know just how much of a legacy you left behind and the precious ministry you and Jose provided through all the years at Pine Lake Baptist Church.
    Precious Memories that will never be replaced!
    Go no you Beautiful Child of God, Dance once again as you have returned now with your Father and her allowed us to have you as a part of our earthly lives.

  3. God created one of His Champions when He brought Mrs. Betty Leach Turner to life on earth! If you knew Betty, you knew love. She exemplified servanthood and held so many under her wings … especially those in their teens. Her Christian example will continue to be an inspiration to those who knew her. Her new eternal home is her reward. See you and Jose soon sister! Jim & Charlotte Davenport

  4. We would like to express our deepest sympathy. May those precious memories be foremost in your hearts and minds during this difficult time.
    Isaiah 25:8

  5. To The Family, I am truly sorry for your loss. May the God of all comfort and tender mercies sustain you during this difficult time. (2 Corinthians 1:3,4)

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