July 4, 1938 ~ January 21, 2020

Born in: Montgomery, Alabama
Resided in: Monroe Formerly of Stone Mountain, GA

Charlotte Null Turner, 81, gained her wings on January 21, 2020 with friends and caregivers by her side at Hollander Assisted Living.
Charlotte was born on July 4, 1938, in Montgomery Alabama to James and Lillie Null. She grew up with her brother and sisters in Alabama until her teenage years when she moved to Georgia where she met her husband Gifford “Gipp” Turner. She made her home in Stone Mountain Georgia with her family. She worked and proudly retired from Bellsouth and then started her true passion in her tour company. Traveling and touring as Charlotte Turner Tours was her pride and joy, which she also shared with her family. She was also a member of Stone Mountain Methodist Church until the day she passed.
Charlotte is survived by her brother, Jimmy and sister, Doris; Son John Turner and spouse Maggie; 2 grandchildren Jamie and Tyler and their spouses; 2 great grandchildren Kelby and Macie; and a host of other life long friends and family.
Her giving nature and love of friends and family meant she never met a stranger. She was a great gift to so many lives and every memory will be cherished today, tomorrow and always.


Celebration of Life: January 27, 2020 11:00 am - January 27, 2020 12:00 pm

Wages & Sons Stone Mountain Chapel
1040 Main Street
Stone Mountain, 30083


Interment: January 27, 2020 1:00 pm - January 27, 2020 1:30 pm

Melwood Cemetery
5170 E Ponce de Leon Ave
Stone Mountain, GA 30083


Visitation: January 27, 2020 10:00 am - January 27, 2020 11:00 am

Wages & Sons Stone Mountain Chapel
1040 Main Street
Stone Mountain, 30083


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  1. CandleImageWe have enjoyed many trips with Charlotte traveling to many new places. She always made it fun!
    Jackie Miller & Martha Clay

  2. CandleImageShe was a wonderful friend and she will be missed by so many of us. We loved her so much and now she is with the God she loved so much.
    RIP my sweet friend. You have earned your angel wings.

  3. CandleImageWorking with Charlotte was such a pleasure and I also went on some of her trips. We will surely miss this great lady. God bless her and her family during this difficult time. You were so special to me.

  4. CandleImageTraveling with Charlotte was such a pleasure and so much fun.Made many trips with her.So sorry to hear of her death,but she is rejoicing with her Lord and Saviour.RIP

  5. CNT..one of the first people I met at Southern Bell in Tucker…you took my son and Judy Harmons daughter on a trip to DC..my mom went on one of your bus trips!!!!…you are so fondly remembered!!!!! CNT is in my brain forever!!!!

  6. It was a true pleasure to work with Charlotte at BellSouth. She always brought sunshine to any day with that laugh.
    Asking God to be with her family as they walk through the coming days .

  7. Enjoyed working with Charlotte at Southern Bell and BellSouth and then traveling with her after her retirement. She wanted my mother and her father to get married so we could be siblings. We had a lot of good times and laughs. She will be missed.

  8. CandleImageI so enjoyed working with Charlotte in “Tucker Bell” as it was called when I transferred from Perimeter Center in Data Processing to Engineering. She welcomed ALL with open arms. I loved traveling with her on weekend trips she would take while we all worked and they were always fun times!! After retiring I took my first long trip to Ireland and then Scotland with her. She always made you feel welcome. One thing I missed when she had to stop doing her traveling business was her laughter. Charlotte loved to talk and if you got her on the phone, you made sure you had two hours to spend yaking with her. She was a character. She will be missed but her body is whole now and she is in heaven now with no pain. RIP Charlotte!!!

  9. Sorry to hear of Charlotte’s passing I went on many trips with her. From day trips to 25 days. The most rememberable was a Mediterranean Cruise. Charlotte was such a joy to travel with and did love to talk. Rest in Peace dear friend. You will be missed.

  10. CandleImageCharlotte was my dear friend and we had so many good times together. She will certainly be missed by all that knew her, but she is at peace now.

  11. Our prayers and fond memories are what we have to remember about Charlottr and our time in worship and service at Stone Mountain United Methodist Our most heartfelt condolences to the family.

  12. Our love to a lovely friend, Charlotte Null Turner. We went to high school (Southwest DeKalb) with Charlotte, graduating in 1956. She always supported our class by attending all functions that were held with another friend, Angie Williams. We visited Charlotte at Hollander Senior Living and spoke several times with Shantee regarding her condition. This kind lady was good enough to take her personal cellphone to Charlotte’s room on Thanksgiving Day so that we could speak with her. We spoke briefly and Charlotte thanked me for calling and asked us to,”Come see me”. We planned to go in February around Valentine. Charlotte had a bright smile and a kind word for everyone. We will miss you good friend and will see you again. REST IN PEACE.

  13. Charlotte Turner loved everyone, such a beautiful person. She loved the Lord, and she was a gift to humanity. I drove her bus on some of her tours and she gave her all to make it a great trip for everyone including the driver. She was a good friend 😊❤️
    I plan on seeing you again Charlotte, so that I can hear and see you laugh

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