Lynda Charpia Frasier
Lynda Charpia Frasier SUMMERVILLE - Lynda Charpia Frasier, 76, beloved wife of the late Bobby Frasier of 55 years, passed away Monday, March 22, 2021 surrounded by family. Lynda was born in Summerville, SC on November 18, 1944 to the late Elbert and Thelma Knight Charpia. She attended Summerville High School and married Bobby in 1961. She was a proud military wife and homemaker. After Bobby's retirement from the United States Air Force, they returned to Summerville in 1975. Lynda began her career selling Avon and then worked in retail for over 35 years as a manager with Sky City and Dollar General. She loved her coworkers and customers. Lynda was a loving mother, mema, sister, aunt and friend. She was always smiling, finding the good in others and making everyone feel special. She enjoyed spending time with family and friends, fishing, playing Bingo, road trips and loved everything Elvis and Orion. Lynda is survived by her daughters, Margie (Ralph), Lynnette, Kim (Stan) and stepdaughter, Mary; eight grandchildren, Matthew, Elizabeth (Stephen), Blake (Virginia), John, Presley, Gus, Frasier and Bryce; three great-grandsons, Easton, Jace and Asher; one sister, Alice; two brothers, Ben and Eugene (Angie); sisters-in-law, Jo, Mary, and Donna; many nieces, nephews, and cousins. She was predeceased by her brother, Harold. A memorial service and celebration of life will be held at Summerville Country Club, 400 Country Club Blvd, Summerville, SC on Sunday, March 28, 2021 at 2 pm. Burial will be at a later date. In lieu of flowers, a donation may be made to Ashley Ridge Church Building Fund, PO Box 51846, Summerville, SC 29485. Visit our guestbook at
Published by Charleston Post & Courier on Mar. 25, 2021.
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Summerville Country Club
400 Country Club Blvd, Summerville, SC
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As I prayed yesterday with Ralph, I was reminded of the joy Lynda sparked in me each Sunday. I know I was not alone. I´d catch her sitting on the bench outside the high school or walk her in sometimes. No matter what was happening it seemed, with her health, or in the world, she always had that spark and that thing that said "I´m glad to know you." I wish I had known her better, had taken more time to know the amazing backstory of her life. Just knowing her daughter and son in law a little, gave me a glimpse into her life, but somehow I feel I missed out on so much more. Somehow I know that the spark I got to see and the amazing and steadfast lady I would sit with on the bench or pray with, and for, every once in awhile, had so much more to share with me and teach me. I´m grateful for the spark and the little bit of time we did get to spend on Sundays together. However brief and fleeting, they will remain with me, as will she. My prayers continue for your entire family and for a peace to come over you who were treated to know the whole sweet person and experience the delight of her presence. I pray for a peace that defies understanding and sharing of sweet memories of her, all your days.
John Johnson
March 28, 2021
So sorry to hear about Lynda. I met Lynda at the store when she was a store manager near Bi-Lo, we spoke on several occasions, with her friendly helpful smile. I didn´t get close to be friends until the past few years. She was a special friend whom Her friendship meant a lot to me. My thoughts and prayers to Lynda´s family!! She will truly be missed!! My sincere condolences to all of Lynda´s family. Sincerely, Susan Brooks
Susan Brooks
March 28, 2021
I met you in 1989 And the last time I saw you was in Nashville about 5 years ago. I´m sorry I didn´t keep in touch with you. You will be missed by a lot of people, myself included. RIP Linda Ps Tell Jimmy Hello
Craig Crenshaw
March 27, 2021
Lynda and I went way back. Always with a smile and friendly hi. We lost touch for awhile but through class reunions got back in touch. She will be missed greatly by many. Loved your mama.
Martha White (Mart)
March 26, 2021
I am so very sorry for the loss of Miss Lynda. I had the great pleasure of working with her at Sky City. She was wonderful person and we became friends. I can't say enough about how much Love and respect I had for her. I will treasure knowing such a beautiful person here on Earth and I know she earned her wings in Heaven. She will be greatly remembered and missed! May she rest in Peace.
Vicki Lee Davis
March 25, 2021
With great sympathy to a fantastic family . Lynda was a wonderful person . She always was happy and enjoyed life. Her Family was her life. Just want to say Lynda say hello to the King . You qill be missed.
Patrick Mulheir
March 25, 2021
My condolences to the family, she always welcomed me with open arms, a beautiful person inside and out, Lynda will truly be missed XOXO
Tracy Hankins
March 25, 2021
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