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$1,610 / $5,000 goal
"My Husband Brian Turner died on March 28, 2016 of Pulmonary Fibrosis at the age of 51 years old. I know for a fact that he had Sleep Apnea. I watched him struggle with Sleep Apnea for 25 years. He was given a CPAP machine but he rarely used it. He always said that it was uncomfortable."

Brian brought energy and life everywhere he went.

 Brian Keith Turner was born October 2,1964, in Gary, Indiana

Brian is best known for his gregarious personality and contagious laughter.  Always the life of the party, he never met a stranger. He was world-famous for his grilling and his favorites were ribs and chicken. Not only known for his outstanding meals, he was equally known and REVERED for his "BAHAMA-MAMAS" and "BABY MAMA DRAMA" libations. Brian loved and collected cars.
Brian lived life to its fullest, but it was cut way too short. We are hoping through this fund we can educate and make others aware of Pulmonary Fibrosis and early detection.

What your Donation Supports

This honor fund will support Dr. David Lederer's lab at Columbia University. You can read more about "An Innovative Solution to Curing Pulmonary Fibrosis" by clicking here.