Brandon Charles Turner left this earth on Tuesday, March 16, 2021. Thankfully, Brandon had
confessed Jesus as his Savior, and knew Jesus to be the Son of God, living in the flesh,
showing us how to behave as human beings and providing us with Salvation through His
ultimate sacrifice on the cross.
He is survived by his sons, Brody, Abram, and Mattix; his Father and Step Mother, Bryan and
Darla Turner; his Grand Parents, Bill and Shirley Turner, his sisters, Sarah Turner, Rebecca
Turner (his twin), Rachel Turner Fiorucci, Hannah Turner, and Emily Turner, as well as several
loving step-brothers; his Aunt and Uncle, Sherri and Tony Ghirelli, and many, many cousins,
nieces, nephews, who all love him dearly.
Brandon loved the beautiful creation that our Heavenly Father made for us, and enjoyed the
great outdoors very much throughout his life. As a child, he and his five sisters played outside,
enjoying the pool or riding horses, and many other outdoor activities quite often. They
participated in local equestrian events together as members of the Flagler County Rough
Riders, and went on many adventures with their dad throughout the state. Brandon was a cub
scout as well, learning along side his Dad the values of citizenship and camaraderie. Brandon
became an avid motorcyclist, riding locally at Paks Trax and Croom tract, as well as other
While he developed into a young man, his enthusiasm for understanding and loving the Lord
grew as he continued to regularly attend church. For this same reason, he would often join his
Dad at local meetings and events of the men’s fellowship group, The Promise Keepers.
Brandon spent many long hours learning the septic trade with his father and grandfather. He
grew into a hard working man, following in the footsteps of the two most important men in his
life. He served our local community and surrounding neighborhoods as a septic technician and
equipment operator. All who met him, either at work or in his personal life, enjoyed his upbeat
and enthusiastic attitude in whatever he did.
All of his family members have described him to be loving and caring and just gave the best
hugs. Those who were close to him considered Brandon to be compassionate and warm. He
gave inspiration and gentle thoughtfulness in his concern for others. His brilliance gave positive
energy to the room and was exceptionally generous and joyful with praise.
His three sons will continue to grow and learn of their father through the family, as his legacy to
the world. It is a devastating loss that we share. The hope that others will learn through
Brandon’s life and experiences on earth is a gift that God has given us all.
Memorial Service for Brandon Turner will be held at Central Baptist Church in Palm Coast, FL on Sunday, March 21, 2021, at 1pm.
In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Palatka Celebrate Recovery by clicking in the following link: