In memory of
Mirian Turner Monago
In memory of
Mirian Turner Monago
Mirian Turner Monago, passed February 15th, 2021 in Alexandria, Virginia at the age of 65, after a lengthy illness. A native of Atmore, Alabama, she graduated from Center Street Elementary School, Ramsay High School and the University of Montevallo. Mirian was a retired teacher, restaurateur and world traveler who visited such places as Paris, France, Lagos, Nigeria, Czechoslovakia and Berlin, Germany. As a youth, she played the piano for Friendship Baptist Church in Birmingham. In the 1970s, as a student at Montevallo, she published several notable poems. As an adult, she sang in various venues and was known for her angelic voice. She was also adored for her strong will, humor, wit, beauty, warmth, pleasant and thoughtful nature and as a person who put others first. The family is thankful for the time the Lord loaned Mirian to us as daughter, sister, mother and grandmother. Her sparkling personality and kindness will live on in her absence. Her family and friends have scheduled a memorial service for 12:30 p. m. Saturday, March 6th at Davenport and Harris Chapel in Birmingham with social distancing. Her brother, the Rev. Reginald L. Turner, officiating. To be absent from the body is to be present with the Lord. In his presence is fullness of joy and at thy right hand are pleasures forever more.
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301 Martin L. King, Jr. Dr. SW
Birmingham, AL 35211
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In memory of
Mirian Turner Monago
Mirian Turner Monago, passed February 15th, 2021 in Alexandria, Virginia at the age of 65, after a lengthy illness. A native of Atmore, Alabama, she graduated from Center Street Elementary School, Ramsay High School and the University of Montevallo. Mirian was a retired teacher, restaurateur and world traveler who visited such places as Paris, France, Lagos, Nigeria, Czechoslovakia and Berlin, Germany. As a youth, she played the piano for Friendship Baptist Church in Birmingham. In the 1970s, as a student at Montevallo, she published several notable poems. As an adult, she sang in various venues and was known for her angelic voice. She was also adored for her strong will, humor, wit, beauty, warmth, pleasant and thoughtful nature and as a person who put others first. The family is thankful for the time the Lord loaned Mirian to us as daughter, sister, mother and grandmother. Her sparkling personality and kindness will live on in her absence. Her family and friends have scheduled a memorial service for 12:30 p. m. Saturday, March 6th at Davenport and Harris Chapel in Birmingham with social distancing. Her brother, the Rev. Reginald L. Turner, officiating. To be absent from the body is to be present with the Lord. In his presence is fullness of joy and at thy right hand are pleasures forever more.
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Services Provided By
Davenport-Harris Funeral Home, Inc.
301 Martin L. King, Jr. Dr. SW
Birmingham, AL 35211
Past Services ╲╱
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