Charles R."Fiji" Guzman Jr.
Date of Death: 03/02/2018
Mr. Charles R. "Fiji"Guzman Jr., age 22 of 50 Glenwood Road Greer, S.C., died Friday, March 2, 2018. Born in New York, New York, a son of Charles Denis Sr., and Jahayhra Guzman. He was an employee of Sage Automotive in the Selector Department. In addition to his parents, he is survived by two brothers, Daniel Guzman and Jeremiah Guzman both of the home; two sisters, Devonia Guzman of Greer, South Carolina and Eternity Guzman of the home. Funeral service will be held 2pm Sunday, March 11, 2018 at Beasley Funeral Home Chapel Greenville with Reverend Sean Dogan officiating. Burial in Woodlawn Memorial Park. Beasley Funeral Home Greenville is in charge of arrangements.
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Our sincere condolences to you on the loss of your loved one. Words cannot express the sorrow you’re feeling at this time. the pain your heart will no doubt still feel as the years will have passed since your loved one has died. I too have lost loved ones and this promise found in God’s Word that in the near future, death along with the pain and sorrow will soon be gone in the near future has brought me comfort. I hope this will bring you a measure of comfort too. Isaiah 25:8 - He Jehovah (God)will swallow up death forever, and the Sovereign Lord Jehovah ( Psalms 83:18 John 5:28-29 Revelations 21:3-4 )will wipe away the tears from all faces.
jonathan and connie miller ()
Charles was a great guy, very respectful and well mannered. my wife and I send our deepest sympathies to you and your family during this difficult time. we both want to be there for the funeral to pay our respects but both of us don't do well at funerals as well as we will be working. but if you need us, just call to the plant and we will do our best to help in any way that we can.
Bobbie Williams-Smile, Margie Johnson, Joseph Emile,Shuna Williams ()
Our deepest sympathy to Guzman and Denis family.pray god give you peace in your time of bereavement. God bless.
Ron Swanger ()
thoughts and prayers for the family.i really enjoyed working him .
Charles was not my son by blood but he called me Ma. He was like a son to me, he was my son in law. My family and I love him. We cherished many happy times, we built memories together, memories that I will always keep in a special place in my heart. God gained another angel but we lost a handsome smart, respectful young men who had so many plans in life. A talented young men. Your dreams were shattered and our hearts are broken. But the memories will live for ever in our hearts. God makes no mistakes! I know you are in a better place and because I believe in Gods promises I am going to be at peace. You earned your crown in heaven, keep watching over us. Watch over my baby Steph let her know you are okay. Till we meet again son. “True love never dies just multiplies” love always Geidy and family.
Rebecca Greene ()
Charles was my student when he was in sixth grade. He also taught me much about connecting to others. I considered him as intelligent, creative, athletic, philosophical, and seeking.The day I met him I knew I had to be honest, unflappable, consistent, and the voice he could hear when his emotions raged. God knows stuff we don't understand. Charles mirrored my goals for him by being honest, unflappable, consistent, and the voice I could hear when my emotions went wacky.
I watched him struggle as a young adolescent to find his positive balance.I traveled his thinking and action paths for 9 months. Yet, I prayed for him every day for 11 years. I wondered how he was doing. I daydreamed about the day he would find me to introduce me to his wife/children or show me his art or share his music or recount his athletic success or tell me of his college career. I also thought about the other side he could have chosen and how our reunion would go.
It has been a while since I sobbed. I sobbed this week when I learned about the death of my good friend, Charles. I had so many questions about what had happened. That evening I had to get myself together because I had a friend who needed a calm, cool, and collected listener. As soon as we sit at the restaurant, I share my grief for the loss of a beloved student named Charles. She shares a burden she had have for a couple of weeks of seeing a wreck of a young man. She continued to just be burdened by the loss of this young man that she did not know. She had contacts in the law and fire officials that she had seen drop to their knees in sorrow at the wreck who later came to tell her the name, age, and success of the young man. It was our Charles.
God is good even in extreme sorrow. We both grieved for Charles and his family and close friends. Now. we had a more complete picture of the wonderment of Charles. I still cry, but I now know that God knows and comforts my sorrow. My prayer is that this peace, even stronger, is given to each that knew him best. My prayers are with you - and others.