Carolyn Jean Judie-Anderson was born on July 31, 1963 in Phoenix, AZ, to Jerry and Billie Jean Judie. Carolyn attended Martin Luther King, Jr., Elementary School and Percy L. Julian Middle School, graduated from Corona Del Sol High School. She attended Arizona State University, where she earned a Bachelor's degree in Criminal Justice and a Master's degree in Social Work.
Carolyn had dual careers for fifteen years with the City of Phoenix, as an Equal Opportunity Specialist, and with the Maricopa County Juvenile Court Center as a staff member of the Juvenile Probation Unit. Carolyn was a member of the National Forum of Black Public Administrators.
Carolyn is survived by her two children, Cornelius Turner, Jr. and Camille Turner both of Phoenix, AZ; two grandbabies, Cornelius Murphy, Jr. and C'Anna Jerlyn Turner; mother Billie Jean Johnson; three siblings; one brother Jerry Judie (Kellie), two sisters, Jocelyn Johnson and Kirkisha Johnson, all of Phoenix; seven nieces, five nephews, and two great-nephews, all of Phoenix; thirteen uncles, eighteen aunts, four great-aunts and four hundred-sixteen cousins. Carolyn will be missed by all who knew her and especially by her three dearest friends, Olivia Jones, Norm Lansden and Jermaine Parris.
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