Victoria Turner Walden
May 5, 1983 – May 21, 2020
Private graveside funeral services for Victoria Turner Walden, 37, of Cairo, GA, will be in Bold Springs United Methodist Church Cemetery, Cairo, GA. Rev. Mike Mobley will officiate. Victoria passed away at Grady General Hospital in Cairo, GA, on Thursday, May 21, 2020.
Victoria was born on May 5, 1983, in Thomasville, GA, to Rodney Aubrey Turner and Cindy Drew Turner. She was a Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA). Victoria was a member of The Church of Grady County.
Victoria was a 2001 graduate of Cairo High School. She attended Bainbridge College (now ABAC at Bainbridge) and later received her Certified Nursing Assistant certification. Victoria was a vibrant soul, one who literally lit up the room whenever she entered. She was warm and compassionate with a huge heart; always going out of her way to help others. Victoria was a wonderful daughter, sister, cousin, friend, and most of all mother. She loved her three beautiful daughters more than life itself.
Survivors include: her daughters, Aubrey Victoria Walden, Kenleigh Ann Walden, both of Cairo, GA; parents, Rodney Aubrey and Cindy Drew Turner of Cairo, GA; brother, Hunter Aubrey Turner of Cairo, GA; sister, Audrey Turner Harper (Hunter) of Thomasville, GA; cousin who was like a sister, Jessica Turner Brown (Kyle) of Cairo, GA; boyfriend, Brian Bennett of Whigham, GA; grandfather, Jack Drew (Barbara) of Cairo and Dawson, GA; nephews, Hardy Wayne Harper, Hudson Miller Harper, Haywood William Harper, all of Thomasville, GA; niece, Hazel Meadow Harper of Thomasville, GA; special cousin, Collins Rae Brown of Cairo, GA; best friend, Brande Cox Strickland (Stephen) of Cairo, GA; and a host of aunts, uncles and cousins.
She was preceded in death by: her daughter, Hollyn Joanna Walden; her son, Kenneth Eric Walden, Jr; and grandparents, Billy Aubrey Turner, Shirley Hudson Turner, Joan Miller Drew.
“I know for certain that we never lose the people we love, even to death. They continue to participate in every act, thought and decision we make. Their love leaves an indelible imprint in our memories. We find comfort in knowing that our lives have been enlightened by having shared their love.” By Leo Buscaglia
Memorial contributions may be made to The Church of Grady County, 1400 South Broad Street, Cairo, GA 39828; Make-A-Wish Georgia, 1775 The Exchange SE #200, Atlanta, GA 30339; or Ronald McDonald House, 795 North Gatewood Road NE, Atlanta, GA 30329.