Caroline Turner was born on December I1th, 1950, in Washington, D.C. She was the eldest child born to Ernestine Turner and Clearance Edward Turner. Caroline graduated from Carver Price High School located in Appomattox, V.A. Caroline worked for many years at the U.S. Marine Corps Base Quantico, located in Quantico, Virginia. \n\nCaroline's love and devotion went into keeping things quiet, neat, and tidy. This is how Caroline was a perfect housekeeper who strived to keep her home, her room, her work atmosphere, and even her long beautiful hair (not a single strand was ever out of place).Caroline was a gentle soul who loved her siblings dearly. Caroline's core belief and values were keeping peace amongst her siblings. Caroline was the true definition of " The Peacemaker". If there was ever a disagreement of any sort amongst her siblings Caroline never hesitated to pull rank stating that "she in fact was the oldest" and would place herself directly in the middle to resolve whatever issue was at hand.\n\nCaroline leaves behind to cherish her memories, and continue to bring love, light, and healing to the entire Turner family her siblings Sylvia Adegoke-Lindsey (Frank Lindsey), Ernestine C. Turner, Andre Turner Sr., Jacqueline Turner-Hines(Stanley Hood), Darrell Turner, Denise Stevens, and Daphanie Turner-Kitt(Michael Kitt). As well as a host of Nieces, Nephews, Cousins, Close Friends,\nand Extended Family members.\n\nCaroline is proceeded in death by: Ernestine "Moma" Turner(Mother), and Clearance Edward Turner (Father).