Lauren Elizabeth Turner
9/8/1985 - 2/10/2022
Lauren Elizabeth Turner passed away February 10th 2022 after a fiercely courageous battle with cancer.
Lauren was born Sept. 8th, 1985 on Ft Stewart in Hinesville, GA to Leanne and Ray Turner.
After moving to Washington she was raised by her mother Leanne and Stepfather Tony Condon. She attended kindergarten through graduation in the Marysville School District. A huge sports fan, she played soccer, basketball, and volleyball on school and intramural teams making many lifelong friends.
She looked forward to spending summers in GA visiting her grandparents and loved attending basketball camp at the North Georgia College with her hero and Papa, Coach Bill Ensley.
She moved back to Georgia after graduation and settled into working in Healthcare Administration. Lauren’s greatest love was her two beautiful children, Mackenzie and Gabriel. She loved family beach vacations and was always up for a trip to the Georgia, Florida, or South Carolina coasts. Ever positive, quick to smile, she had an infectious laugh that filled the room. If Lauren was there, you knew it. She was a huge fan of all Atlanta sports teams and especially the University of Georgia Bulldogs where her Papa and mother attended. The Bulldogs winning the 2021-2022 football National Championship brought her great joy!
Lauren is survived by her daughter Mackenzie Langley, son Gabriel Gonzalez, mother Leanne Condon and Stepfather Tony Condon of Arlington WA, father Ray Turner, sister Cara Condon of Seattle WA, Aunt Cary Moore and cousins Erika and Wykeman Moore of Murrayville GA, and Grandmother Jeanette Ensley of Dahlonega GA. She is preceded in passing by her Grandfather Bill Ensley and Uncle Chip Ensley.
The family would like to extend its deepest gratitude to Christopher Huff, a man of unfathomable compassion. The care and love you showed Lauren at the most difficult time of her life is so appreciated and truly inspiring. You made all the difference in the world. We are sorry you didn’t have more time together.
A celebration of life will be held in Arlington, WA at a later date this spring.
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