In Loving Memory of

April 18, 1973 - December 10, 2000

His Journey’s Just Begun
Don’t think of him as gone away -
his journey’s just begun,
life holds so many facets -
this earth is only one.

Just think of him as resting
from the sorrows and the tears
in a place of warmth and comfort
where there are no days and years.

Think how he must be wishing
that we could know today
how nothing but our sadness
can really pass away.

Think of him as living
in the hearts of those he touched …
for nothing loved is ever lost -
and he was loved so much.

He will live forever in our hearts.

Mr. Charles (Boogie) Monroe Frier, Jr., 27 of Cottageville, SC entered into Eternal Rest on Sunday, December 10, 2000 at the Medical University of SC. Mr. Frier suffered from Bronchiestasis, a lung disease, that he caught from pneumonia when he was 3 years old. After the doctors told Mr. Frier that his illness was terminal and that would not live to be 18 he went out to prove how wrong they were, and that only God can choose when a persons time will end. Mr. Frier lived a full life and had many accomplishments, he also beat the odds given him by all but one of his doctors, Dr. Patrick Flume of MUSC. Dr Flume is one of the leading specialist in pulmonary problems, he helped find other solutions to this disease and attempted to get Mr. Frier ready for a lung transplantation, unfortunately Mr. Frier passed away before that could happen.

Mr. Frier, was an amateur inventor, with a patent pending. He also was the Founder and President of Mystical Illusions Car Club. Mr. Frier was a well know competitor in car shows all around Charleston, South Carolina. He built his show cars and trucks himself and won two first place trophies for his efforts. He helped his fellow club members with their cars and anyone who needed assistance. Mr. Frier could not hold a full time job due to his illness but he accomplished many things, weather it was working on a car, or moving a mobile home, he was always willing to help anyone who needed a hand.

Mr. Frier was born in Charleston, SC on April 18, 1973, a son of C. Monroe Frier, Sr. and Mrs. Cynthia Schmidt Frier Roberts. He meet Sara A Cook on February 7, 1992 and then married her on February 5, 1995 in Charleston, SC.

Mr. Frier is survived by his loving wife Sara, two sons, Sebastian Alexander and Dustin Cole, one daughter, Jasmine Cherri, all of Cottageville, SC. Other survivors include his father and stepmother, Mr. and Mrs. C. Monroe Frier, Sr., mother and stepfather, Mr. and Mrs. Tim Roberts, one brother, Jonathan Frier, three sisters, Mrs. Gail Hogan of, Mrs. Cherie Mitchell, and Miss Heather Roberts, paternal grandmother, Mrs. Myrtle Milner, and maternal grandmother, Mrs. Mary Schmidt.

I am proud of you honey and what you did for your family, friends and mostly for me. You will be missed everyday.
Sara A Frier



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