Brenda Rose Turner Bradley "Peaches" was born March 8, 1954, to the late Cleophus Turner, Sr. and Ethel Willis Turner, in Jefferson County, (Ensley, Alabama).
She accepted Christ as her personal Savior at an early age and her faith never wavered even in her sick days.
She attended Spaulding Elementary and Ullman High School. She retired from Rib It Up.
She was called home on April 20, 2019, at St. Martin In the Pines under the care of Compassus Hospice.
She was preceded in death by her maternal grandparents: Theodore Dodson, Sr. and Rosa Lee Dodson; paternal grandparents: Columbus Turner, Sr. and Carrie Lue Turner; and her sister: Lapresha Ward.
She leaves to cherish her memories three daughters: Calandra (Nelson) Posey, LaSaundra Denise Parmer and Lameria Renae Alexander; six grandchildren: Demetrius Parmer, Mario Turner, Larry (L'Keva Mitchell) Carter, Briana Posey, Timothy Parmer, Johnathan Woods; seven great-grandchildren: Kamariyah Turner, MaKiyah Turner, Kamorri Williams, Larry Carter, Jr., Logan Carter, Candace Parmer, and Kyla Mitchell; four brothers: Cleophus (Darlene) Turner, Jr., Theodore Turner, Clifford Turner and Anthony Jones; six sisters: Barbara (Arthur) Rivers, Janice Young, Deborah Garland, Jacqueline (Alonzo) Rhodes, Lapresha Ward and LaTresha Ward; aunts: Dorothy Pruitt, Ann Moody, Alice Sims, and Lizzie Sutton; a special aunt: Linda (Allen) Hardy; aunt: Yvonne Cockrell; uncles: Cleveland Turner, Donald Dodson, and Theodre Dodson; goddaughters: Dominique Crozier, Kyeoca Fisher, LaTonya Toson; and a host of nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.