Charles Fluellen, Sr.

Died: Sat., Feb. 25, 2012


6:00 PM to 8:00 PM, Fri., Mar. 02, 2012
Location: Glory Harvester Church

Funeral Service

12:00 PM Sat., Mar. 03, 2012
Location: Cartersville First Baptist Church


10:30 AM Mon., Mar. 05, 2012
Location: Georgia National Cemetery

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Pastor Charles Fluellen Sr., 57, of 401 Terrell Drive, Cartersville, was called home to be with the Lord on Saturday, Feb. 25, 2012.

Funeral service will be Saturday, March 3, at noon at Cartersville First Baptist Church. Family will be receiving friends Friday, March 2, at Glory Harvester Church from 6 to 8 p.m. Interment will be held Monday, March 5, at 10:30 a.m. at Georgia National Cemetery in Canton.

Charles was born May 24, 1954, in Philadelphia, Pa., to the late Mr. Charles and Mrs. Miggie Fluellen.

He met and married to Judith Fluellen and was blessed with two sons, Charles Melvin Fluellen Jr. and Andre Kenneth Fluellen.

He was the pastor of Glory Harvester Church for two years and had a great vision for the church. Pastor Charles was a prominent member the community and a great man of God. He was very dedicated to his family and congregation.

Pastor Charles was preceded in death by his parents, the late Mr. Charles and Mrs. Miggie Fluellen; and his sister, Carlisa Fluellen.

He leaves to cherish loving memories to his wife, Dr. Judith H. Fluellen; two sons, Charles M. Fluellen Jr. and Andre K. Fluellen; three sisters, Angela Fluellen, Darlene Fluellen and Leisha Fluellen; one brother, John Fluellen; and a host of aunts, nieces, nephews, relatives, friends and extended family.

Mack Eppinger & Sons Funeral Services Inc. in charge of arrangements.

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Kathy Hufstetler
   Posted Sun February 26, 2012
Judith, and Sons, i am so sorry about Charles. I am just glad Lillie and I were there. I was blessed to be his employee for 14 years at transit. I did Love him very much. If there is anything i can do, please let me know. I am definetly praying for you all. God Bless you all.

Russell and Brittany Smith of All About Jesus Ministries
   Posted Sun February 26, 2012
We would like to express our condolences to the family and members of Glory Harvester Church. Our prayers are with you during this tough time. We pray, according to Philippians 4:7, that the peace of God, which transcends all understanding, will guard your hearts and your minds in Christ Jesus.

pastor mosley
   Posted Sun February 26, 2012
Pastors Eric and Maydia Mosley and the All About Jesus family send our condolence and prayers to fulellen family and church family .
if there is anything we can do to help please let us know..

Quan Brown
   Posted Mon February 27, 2012
I would like to express my condolences to the family and my prayers are with you. R.I.H. Pastor Fluellen

Joe Agrusa
   Posted Mon February 27, 2012
My wife and I first met Charles at a coffee shop (what a surprise!) when we arrived in Cartersville in 2005. We quickly learned that we shared passions for several things in common: growing up in Philly in the 50's/60's, the foods of Philly, food in general, following the Philadelphia Iggles (Eagles), Florida State Football, among other things.

More importantly, however, we were similarly driven for being the best husband's to our wives and father's to our, now adult, children.

Most importantly, we were passionate about serving God and provoking each other about truths in The Word of God and the truth of The Word of God for our daily lives. Hours would race by like minutes as we talked about the reality of God's Word, here and now, while occupying Starbucks.

Thank you, Fluellen family for sharing Charles with those of us in the Bartow community!

1 Thessalonians 4:13-14
New Life Version (NLV)

Christian brothers, we want you to know for sure about those who have died. You have no reason to have sorrow as those who have no hope. We believe that Jesus died and then came to life again. Because we believe this, we know that God will bring to life again all those who belong to Jesus.

Youth Pastor.Bethani Womack
   Posted Mon February 27, 2012

Dora Lynne Porter
   Posted Mon February 27, 2012
My heart is heavy as I process the news of the lost of Charlie. Over the last few years we have shared conversations of enourgaragement during family losses. I appreciated his kind words and memories shared during our converstations. I will always remember his Southern hospitality during my visits to Atlanta for business taking me to dinner and showing me around the city. Charlie Boy you will be missed, you were a family pillar and historian. Your love of God and your Family will keep us all going forward. Love you always. Dora

Barbara Mallory
   Posted Mon February 27, 2012
Hello, Fluellen Family,
I am so sorry to hear about Mr. Fluellen.I will keep your family in my daily prayers!
Romans 12:12 Rejoice in hope. Endure under tribulation. Persevere in prayer.
The Mallorys

Ann Tatum
   Posted Mon February 27, 2012
Please know that our family is praying for the Fluellen Family. We first met Bro. Fluellen in 2000 when our sons played football. We had just moved to Cartersville in 1999, and being new in the Cartersville community, they welcomed us and made us feel a definite part of the Cartersville community. George, Ann, Clint & Chad Tatum

abgie fluellen
   Posted Mon February 27, 2012
my God Bless the family of charles fluellen doing this difficult time and grant you strength,he will always be with you through the beautiful memory.

Daniel Wayne Fluellen
   Posted Mon February 27, 2012
Words are difficult to find to express what I feel for the Fluellen (our) family at this tragic loss. May God's eternal grace and mercy be a constant visitor in your houses and hearts. From our family in Atlanta, to our kin everywhere, my condolences.

Janice Angell
   Posted Mon February 27, 2012
I have had the honor of knowing Charles from his time at CAIR and his smile and uplifting attitude will be greatly missed. On behalf of all of our members who got to spend time with him here, I extend our sympathies and send our prayers to his family.

Nancy Brant
   Posted Mon February 27, 2012
Dearest Judith and sons,
We were just so shocked to learn about Charles' is still hard for me to fathom that I will not see him at Starbucks or feel his big bear hug hello. If in truth our purpose here on this earth is to touch the lives of others then Charles fulfilled that and more. His positive impact on this community and almost everyone in it is proof of a life well lived. I loved Charles and will miss him more than I can tell you. He will live on in my heart and thoughts.

Tom Killian
   Posted Mon February 27, 2012
Charles... I will miss you at the gym buddy. You taught me alot about weights, stretches and recently you were my pool lap swimming teammate. I didnt grow to appreciate you for the pool or gym however. You treated me with respect even though we disagreed on our politics. Your words of encouragement, compliments and overall genuine caring attitude was what I will never forget. I am glad you shared with me on Thursday about your recent trip to Florida, your boys and the nice places you got to spend time. I am going to use the principles you discussed with me and my wife in raising our 3 boys.

God bless your family and thanks for your warm and positive influence

Jay Dickey
   Posted Mon February 27, 2012
I have nothing but great memories of Charles, he was one of the first to greet me when I opened Publix in C''Ville. I will never forget calling him on Christmas Eve years ago because I had hundreds of toys and no one to take them. Charles came within an hour. His old truck was jam packed, he could hardly get in his cab due to toys sticking out the windows. It was funny watching him stop and go from picking up toys that had fallen off the truck. He delivered ALL those toys that same evening. I am a better man for have knowing him. He will missed tremendously.

Tina Seabrooks
   Posted Mon February 27, 2012
Pastor Charles.....

Hearing your voice to your employers
During so many Bartow Transit rides
Not knowing the day is here for us to say unto you
Our final Good-byes

My knowing you was short yet sweet
So, glad the Lord had us to meet

To me it seemed to be a myth
At the mention of your being absent from the body and present with the Lord on February 25th

I'm sure you were a devoted Pastor, Husband, and Father
Now their hearts are rending
Yet we know that God’s Word is there for our mending

A tear falling now as this truth to my spirit resounds
Rev. Charles Fluellen, Sr. has passed
Not knowing the last time I saw you
Would be my very last

Enter now into the complete JOY of the Lord!
As God embraces you with His Holy Kiss
As we forever hold you near and dear
For you know, you, Pastor Charles, will forever be missed!

Proverbs 12:28 In the way of righteousness is life: and in the pathway thereof there is no death.

Angee McKee
   Posted Mon February 27, 2012
Dear Ones,
I am saddened to hear of this great loss, not only in your family, but also to our entire community. Charles was one in a million! Many prayers are with you.

God''s peace,
Angee McKee (formerly Tonsmeire)

Rhondolyn Carter
   Posted Mon February 27, 2012
I am praying for strength and comfort for each and everyone of you! Praying that The Lord will keep you all. He never met a stranger! He will be truly be missed! R...I...H... Rev Fluellen.

Pastor Bobby & Bridgette Wright
   Posted Tue February 28, 2012
From the Praise Tabernacle Family - We want you to know how deeply saddened we are to hear about Pastor Charles. You are in our prayers daily. May God comfort you and give you peace during this time. God Bless.

Myra A. Barnett
   Posted Tue February 28, 2012
I wanted to offer my heart-felt condolences for my Friend, Charles Fluellen Jr., and his family at their time of pain. I am very sorry that such a tragedy occured to such a beautiful family, but God knows the reason for all things. I pray that your family gains strength in the Lord and that he can ease the pain as time goes on. God Bless.

Lisa Canty
   Posted Tue February 28, 2012
To The Fluellen Family:

Charles was a great man, with a wonderful family. His influence and leadership on our community was a priceless blessing and will be sorely missed. His legacy will live on in Cartersville and Bartow County through all the souls he touched. It was an honor for our paths to have crossed.


Lisa Canty and Family

Mary Agrusa
   Posted Tue February 28, 2012
Charles was one of the first friends I made when my husband and I relocated to Cartersville 6 years ago. We met at the Open Door Christian Book Store. Charles was wearing an FSU hat and as a avid Seminoles fan, we had a lively conversation revolving around football. As time passed and we became better acquainted we found we shared a mutual devotion to our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. Conversations with Charles were "iron sharpening iron." We also discovered that be both in Center City Philadelphia at the same time and that was another popular topic of conversation.
Going to Starbucks will no longer be the same. My husband and I knew if we met up the Charles there we would have a great time, deep in discussion on one of our favorite topics.
Charles was so proud of his family and always spoke so highly of them. I have had the pleasure of meeting his wife, Judith. Although I have not met his sons, I feel like I know them. Your dad was so proud of you both and so pleased with what you have both accomplished.
I'll have to wait and catch up with Charles in Heaven, probably over a cup a coffee and a good conversation on what he has discovered there.
God bless you all, you had a very precious husband and father.

Dee Bishop
   Posted Tue February 28, 2012
My heart and prayers go out to the family. I always felt such a beautiful presence every time I was around Charles. His smile and optimism were infectious. I know my mom is loving his company.

Cliff and Monica Graham
   Posted Tue February 28, 2012
To The Fluellen Family; Judith, Andrea and Charles Jr. We are so sorry to hear of the passing of such a wonderful, Godly man. Our prayers are with your family please let us know if there is anything we can do. May the peace of the Lord be with you. Heaven has gained a wonderful man, I know that God said to him Well done my good and faithful servant! He has touched so many people''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''s life! Again we will be praying for you all. Love From The Graham Family.. Cliff, Monica, Cliffy and Bradley

Quiana Holsey
   Posted Tue February 28, 2012
Just a couple weeks ago Mr. and Mrs. Fluellen made a trip to Florida and stopped by my place in Tampa to visit me and Andre. Mr. Fluellen and Andre fished on the pier and enjoyed father and son time. When they were finished he told me how nice my place was and how proud he was of me. I do not know at the time how much that meant to me. We then ventured off to a "hole in the wall" sushi spot that me and Andre think is AMAZING. Needless to say, both, Mr. and Mrs. Flu thought the exact same thing and we ate in admiration of the Japanese cuisine. During dinner I learned how Mr. Flu lived in Japan for a time while in the military partaking in the different rituals and eating the differnet cuisines. I was mesmerized at the stories and smiled at the humorous jokes that were being told. We laughed, laughed, and LAUGHED the entire dinner that he almost fell out of the booth! I mean we had a BALL... this was JUST 13 days ago. I believe it was GOD who made them drive to FL, and enjoy their vacation, spend time with me and their sons; There could be NO OTHER REASON! I am at tears right now because I have never felt so welcomed in my life, so loved, so instilled in Christain roots. I am so lucky to have known this man but better yet to be dating his son. I love this family with all my heart. I had to share this story. I will always be here for you all!!! "This too shall Pass."
RIP Mr. Flu
Love Always, Quiana Holsey

Kevin Wallace
   Posted Tue February 28, 2012
May u find peace in your rest Charlie Boy

The Wallace Family. Philadelphia Pa

Kay and Gary Boulier
   Posted Wed February 29, 2012
We would like to send our condolences to the Fluellen family as well as members of Glory Harvester Church. We will be praying for you during this tough time. Having the opportunity to know Charles and his family was and is very special to us.

Take care and God Bless.

Fartema (Bray) Fagin
   Posted Wed February 29, 2012
Dear Andre and Family,
Your father (Rev. Charles Fluellen, Sr.) crossed my path in the year of 2010. It was the month of May, the week of Mother’s Day. While others were planning Mother’s Day celebration, my family was planning my dear Mother’s home going services. The funeral director worked with the family, and secured the Glory Harvester Church for the memorial service.
Your father, who had recently buried his own mother, your paternal grandmother, was my ‘rock’ as he graciously permitted the Bray family to use the facility. He shared with me that he had recently buried his mother. He shared with me advice in order to ‘stay strong’ through the grieving process.
Your father, several months after my mother’s service, approached me at a community function and asked, “How are you doing?” This opened up an opportunity to share with him this story of an answered prayer.
Several months after my mother died, and during a grievous conversation with God about it, I prayed, “Lord, I wish I had something tangible of my mother’s to just ‘hold on to’ and feel able to feel her presence.” In the month of August, 2010, four days before her birthday, I was cleaning out personal items in her bedroom. Something led me to the nightstand where I found a large print, burgundy Bible I had given her for Christmas (1985). I opened the book, and I found scriptures highlighted, notes in the margins, cartoonist drawings depicting John the Baptist, etc. I also found newspaper clippings, pictures, personal letters, etc. I cried as I held the Bible to my chest. I thanked God and cried tears of joy for the answer to my prayer. Even today, I truly treasure my mother’s Bible. I read it often as I allow God to speak to me from its pages.
Your father then shared with me the importance of having his dear mother’s Bible in his possession. This sharing of a spiritual ‘milestone’ bonded me to your father’s compassionate heart. I am glad our paths crossed.
May the strong memories of your Father carry you through life, and the love he shared with others will always be a spiritual ‘Legacy’ to continue your spiritual growth.
Fartema M. (Bray) Fagin

   Posted Wed February 29, 2012

Bibby and Ruby Morgan
   Posted Wed February 29, 2012
Please know that you are certainly in our prayers. Charles will be remembered for his love for his Lord, his family and this community. We will remember him as our friend. God bless you.

Michael E Hudson
   Posted Wed February 29, 2012
I am truely saddened by the Fluellen's lost of Charles. Charles stood for many thing life. All positive. I believe I was one of the first persons to meet Charles when he and his Wife first moved to Cartersville and realized he was a true and generous individual. I received a call from the Department of Labor some thirty (30) years ago that someone needed help unloding a moving van of furniture into there house. It seemed more like a tractor trailor. Charles looked at me and said with his signature smile "Think you can handle it" I briefly stared and said "`Let's do it". Afterwords he graciouly thanked me. Over the years Charles and I would cross paths and his conversation with me would always start with a Smile, a Thank You, a Handshake, and a Hug and would end with a Bless You. Not only was he uplifting in tone of voice he was truely spiritually uplifting.I have always been forever grateful for knowing such an inspiring gentleman. He surely pacticed his purpose. May GOD continue to bless You and Your family spirit....We will meet again!

Michael E Hudson
   Posted Wed February 29, 2012
I am truely saddened by the Fluellen''s lost of Charles. Charles stood for many thing life. All positive. I believe I was one of the first persons to meet Charles when he and his Wife first moved to Cartersville and realized he was a true and generous individual. I received a call from the Department of Labor some thirty (30) years ago that someone needed help unloding a moving van of furniture into there house. It seemed more like a tractor trailor. Charles looked at me and said with his signature smile "Think you can handle it" I briefly stared and said "`Let''s do it". Afterwords he graciouly thanked me. Over the years Charles and I would cross paths and his conversation with me would always start with a Smile, a Thank You, a Handshake, and a Hug and would end with a Bless You. Not only was he uplifting in tone of voice he was truely spiritually uplifting.I have always been forever grateful for knowing such an inspiring gentleman. He surely pacticed his purpose. May GOD continue to bless You and Your family spirit....We will meet again!

Bob, Judy,Shayne, Kristy, and Brett Benowitz
   Posted Wed February 29, 2012
To the Fluellen Family.

I am so sorry to learn of the passing of Charles. I knew Charles over the years and our children attended Cartersville High School together. I respected Charles...he was a kind,
gentle, and warm person, always with a smile, and we often spoke about our children and what they were involved in. Charles Jr. is one of the best young men I know though I have not seen him in a long time. I think one of the reasons I liked Charles so much was because I saw a lot of me in him.

To the Fluellen family....Baruch dayan emet...Blessed is the Judge of truth

Bob and Judy Benowitz.....Shayne, Kristy, and Brett

To all the Fluellens'......Baruch dayan meet....Blessed is the Judge of truth.

Ronald Black
   Posted Wed February 29, 2012
I was so sorry to hear of Charlie's passing. Hearing about where it happened reminded me of all the the times we had, my brother's Rob, Mike and Steve, and all the other's that played b-ball at Haddiington on 57th St. Hanging out on my parent steps in the summer. I'll always remember those times when I think of Charlie. He will be missed.

Mark Edwards
   Posted Thu March 01, 2012
I would see Charles only about 2 or 3 times a year, but everytime I met him it it was like we have been life long friends. You knew he was a man with a big heart. I will miss him dearly. I regret not hanging out with him more. His death is a big loss for all of us.

Patricia Fluellen Myers Blaino
   Posted Thu March 01, 2012
Judy, Charles, Andre, John, Darcell, Angie and entire Fluellen Family:

No one every explained grieving to us, we just encounter it and ask God to cover us until we are able to bare life without our Loved Ones.

Family, we have had a phenomenal women in our lives Aunt Midge, which instilled on of God''''''''s love into all of us. Charlie had it, you all have and know what I am speaking of. Maybe I should have said SUBSTANCE. Which gives us all something to stand upon.

Today at almost 65 years of age, by todays standards and the meaning of a dysfunctional family. Well family I guess they would say we were dysfunctional. BUT GOD! did not allow us to think so then and now we know that the generational curse has and will continuely be broken.

Thanks, to this God fearing Man...who has stepped out on faith and did what God wanted him to do. Adding to the Fluellen Legacy. Your Mom kept us together, and I will ever be grateful.

To my Tall Dark and Handsome, deep voice, looking like my Uncle Bunny, smiling like your Mom. First Cousin...Loving you always and forever.

Peace be unto you...see you in the rapture...In Jesus name

Matthew 24:39-41

King James Version (KJV)

39And knew not until the flood came, and took them all away; so shall also the coming of the Son of man be.

40Then shall two be in the field; the one shall be taken, and the other left.

41Two women shall be grinding at the mill; the one shall be taken, and the other left.

"Therefore keep watch, because you do not know on what day your Lord will come (Matthew 24:37-42). (John 14:1-3).

"BE A REMNANT" = A piece of fabric remaining after the rest has been used or sold. 3. A surviving trace or vestige: a remnant of his past glory. 4. A small surviving group of people. FOR GOD''''''''S GLORY..

Our love,

Dr Lamont R. Blaino and Lady Patricia M Blaino

The Haggins Family
   Posted Thu March 01, 2012
To Judith, Andre & Charles jr.

From the moment we met you and Charles, we admired you two as a dynamic couple. We were so blessed to have Andre as part of our family during his time at FSU. To see him grow up from a wide-eyed freshman to a young man who became a leader of the Seminoles was no surprise thanks to you and Charles.

On behalf of our family and your extended family as FSU, we express our deepest sympathy and prayers to your family. The only comfort we can receive from this loss is that Charles left an amazing legacy for all to cherish.

Wishing you continued strength and prayers.

Coach Odell, Robin and Amelia Haggins.

Gene and Kimberly Jacobson
   Posted Thu March 01, 2012
Mrs. Fluellen, Charles Jr & Andre, Please accept our deepest condolences in the loss of your husband and father, We have only talked to Mr.Fluellen on the phone but we want you to know that we know that he was a Godly man and that for him not to be here anymore means that to be absent from the body is to be present with the Lord and we KNOW that he is there waiting for all of us to be there with him. Soon the Lord is going to call us all home and we will REJOICE when we see Mr. Fluellen again!! Just know that God needed him there with him right now and that it is just a sign that God is going to call us all home very shortly, because God doesn't take the best and leave the rest of us to mourn!! May yall accept the Comforter of God through his Holy Spirit and may yall know peace!!

Charles and Jackie Pierce
   Posted Thu March 01, 2012
Charles gave our son (Dusty Pierce) his first job at the bike shop. I think all parents hope for a person like Charles to be in your child''s life. Thank you Charles-you will always have a spot in our hearts.
To the family -so sorry for your loss.

Towanda Walker
   Posted Thu March 01, 2012
On the behalf of The Grooming Room Barber Salon staff, we are so sorry for the lost of Mr. Charles! I had the honor of cutting his hair and sharing some laughs with in him a few days before the Lord called him home. He held and quieted my 3 month old daughter down while I cut hair. "I don't do this",he said, as he bent over to pick her up. I told him that he must have a good spirit because she doesn't stop crying for no one but me!
Even my little Angel knew Mr Charles was a good man and we will miss him dearly! He has inspired me with his kind words of wisdom! My prayers are extended to his family.

Melissa Hulsey
   Posted Fri March 02, 2012
Charles family, I had the honor to serve on the board of directors at NMTC with Charles. His smile and caring attitutde brightened our meetings. I will always remember how proud he was of his family. Showing us pictures and telling stories of those he loved the most. My prayers are with you all.

Marcia Dillard
   Posted Fri March 02, 2012
Dear Fluellen family,

What could I possibly add that others haven't already said? Charles was so dearly loved by so many in our community. What a gem of a guy - and a true testiment to what God wants all of us to be....gentle, kind, loving, caring, - all the fruits of the spirit that Charles was so blessed with. I first met him back in the early 90's when he walked into the Etowah Foundation on Wall Street and introduced himself to us. Because of his smooth booming voice, we tried to talk him in to trying out for a musical play we were having at the Grand Theatre but he insisted we'd NEVER want to hear him sing - and we certainly didn't want to see him dance! ;) Then, one time, while unpacking our car at Tybee Island, I heard Charles' voice from across the parking lot - and sure enough, there you all were (and I believe his mom was with you). It was hard to miss that wonderful voice of his. ;)

Later, you all became our neighbor. That meant that quite often I ran into Charles in the grocery store close to our house, always calling out, "hey neighbor."

He always had a kind word, a great smile and that special laugh to share with everyone. You've all been very blessed to have him as your husband and dad. I pray God continues to bless each of you as you continue on your own journeys. Charles has left such a wonderful legacy. I praise God for him.
Marcia and Spencer Dillard

Patricia Keever
   Posted Sun March 04, 2012
My condolences and prayers to the family of Charles Fluellen. I first met him at the Open Door Christian Bookstore at the Coffee and Creams coffee shop. All I can say is he was one of the most kind and gracious men that I have ever met. My prayers are with you. He will be sorely missed by all who knew him.

Ethan Foster
   Posted Sun March 04, 2012
I would like to take this time to express my deepest condolences for the Fluellen family. I know that my life will always be blessed because I had the opportunity to know the man and will always be grateful for the impact that he has had on my life. I know that his memory will live on through the many lives that he has impacted with his good work. My thoughts and prayers are with your family in this trying time.

Ethan Foster

latrice watford
   Posted Mon March 05, 2012
to the fluellen family i dont know you guys but i know pastor brother mr. john and i can tell that dr.judith that your husband come from good peoples so i will keep you guys in my prayer to give you the strenght to carry on god bless you all.

Jeanette Huddleston
   Posted Sun March 11, 2012
I just learned of the death of Charles today and was so shocked. Words cannot express how sorry I was to hear of his passing.
Charles was a wonderful person. I first met Charles and your whole family at Dr. Jerry Williams office and would often see Charles around town. I even saw him at Ryan''''s several years ago and we ate lunch together that day.
He seemed to always have a smile on his face.
I lost my husband in March, 2007 and have since moved back to Chattanooga where my family lives. I know that Charles will be missed by many, many people.
I am proud to have known your husband and father.
Jeanette Huddleston

Theresa Killian Bell
   Posted Wed March 14, 2012
I was very saddened to hear of Charles'' passing. I live in Texas now, but last June I visited my family in Cartersville. I was having coffee in Starbucks when Charles walked in. We sat for a long while and updated each other on our families. I had not seen Charles since teaching Andre at Montessori. He spoke with pride about his family. He truly and deeply cared for his family, church, friends, and community. I know that Cartersville will not be the same without him. Blessings, prayers, and peace be with you.

Antoinette "Toni" Alexander
   Posted Wed March 14, 2012
It is a blessing to know your family. I met you, Judith and Charles when I became a member of Glory Harvester Church in 1999. You both never cease to express kind words. Although our hearts are heavy from hearing of Pastor Fluellen's passing, our hearts also rejoice because we know that he is alive in Christ. We love you both dearly.

Pastor Sylvia H. Brodie
   Posted Thu March 29, 2012
There are day's that I am still in disbelief of Pastor Charles not being here on earth with us. I miss his presence in my office. The smile, long stories, anticipation of sharing the Word with laughter about many and different things. We often talked about cooking which he loved. He called me the BAKER and he was the COOK. My heart is heavy today because around this time 3 to 4 times a week he was coming through the door saying; "hello stranger" as if we haven't seen each other in a long time. UUUhhhhh, I know God knows best.
I was honored the day he asked me to build a website for his son Andre. He could have asked someone more qualified but, he didn't he asked me and for that I am grateful. He made the statement; if I don't do anything else I want him (Andre) to have his own website, amazing. I could go on and on about Pastor Charles my friend.

Judith, Charles, Andre and the family out of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. I love you with all my heart. When I met Darcell it was as if I had already had conversations with her. Pastor Charles loved his family and we talked about them a lot. The funny stories of growing up etc... Judith I have always admired your poise and the expression of LOVE in your eyes when you looked at your husband, Woman of God. One day you will see him again and know this, heaven is real and he (Pastor Charles, your husband) is very much alive. If you knew Pastor Charles Fluellen you know Dr. Judith Fluellen. He cherished family time he loved his wife and children.
He is missed hear at the WHLB 104.5 FM-LP Radio Station. I have prayed and will continue to pray for your strength. I will never forget my friend, Pastor Charles Fluellen.

Love you,
Pastor Sylvia H. Brodie

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