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Jean Fraser Boggs
  • Roper/St. Francis Foundation
    125 Doughty, Suite 790
    Charleston, SC 29403

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To the Boggs Family,
My deepest sympathy in the passing of your beautiful Mom. She was a special gracious lady that had the remarkable ability to make all those who visited her home feel they were part of the family. Many years have passed since I have seen you all, but the wonderful memories of those years in Overbrook continue on.
My best to you all during these difficult days,
Vince Perone


Posted by: Vince Perone - Greenville, SC - Family Friend   Jul 14, 2021

Dear Taylor and Family,
So very sorry, Taylor, to learn about the loss of your Mother, Jean. I know you, and your whole family, will miss her dearly. Sending love, special thoughts, prayers and abundant sympathy to all of you now and in the days/weeks to come. May God's love, grace, mercy and blessings surround all of you now and always. May all the treasured memories and very special times together, Jean leaves behind for all of you to cherish forever, fill your hearts, bring you comfort and give you peace.


Posted by: Karen Waldrop - Greenville, SC - Friend   Jul 14, 2021

Taylor, I send my sincere condolences in the loss of your sweet mother. I so enjoyed getting to know you two when you would bring her to Carpenter Brothers for lunch. Her wisdom and sense of humor always brightened my day.


Posted by: Jane Fleming - Friend   Jul 14, 2021

Jean was our neighbor in Overbrook until we had to relocate because of John´s job. During our ten years on Overbrook Circle, Jean was like another grandmother to our son, also named John. Jean encouraged John to join a swim team, which forever changed his life. When we moved to Indianapolis, John joined his middle school swim team and then swam for his high school. Those friends with whom he swam continue to be great friends. Our family loved Jean!

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Posted by: Cynthia and John Reid    Jul 14, 2021

Taylor and family,
What a Great Joy must have been in heaven upon receiving Jean. I was blessed by having known her and seeing what peace and joy look like. I thank God for her life and I see in her family the good fruit of her life. I´m sure you miss her. You all are in my prayers.


Posted by: Yoli Garzon - Friend   Jul 13, 2021

Taylor, your mom was such a fun loving lady with a great smile!!! I am sure you will miss her but she is resting in the arms of our Lord.


Posted by: Pam Chivers - Greenville, SC - Friend   Jul 13, 2021

Jean, you will be missed Even though you moved away,I still think of you often. Rest in eternal peace with the God you loved and served. ❤


Posted by: Baldwin emma429@charter.net - Greenville, SC - Friend   Jul 13, 2021

Jean was a kind, energetic woman who was an inspiration. It has been t privilege to know her and her daughter Taylor. Rest in peace Jean.


Posted by: Rita Larrivee - Williamston, SC   Jul 13, 2021

A woman of joy and friendliness
always ready with a smile and a laugh,
always eager to stand up and be counted.

She was a faithful parishioner
A kind and generous friend to the children St. Anthony School.

I have missed her since she left us, but I know we can all celebrate her reunion now with Jesus Christ.

My condolences, Taylor. You've been a wonderful daughter.


Posted by: Mary McCarthy - Taylors, SC - Friend   Jul 13, 2021

To Taylor and Family: I send my deepest sympathy to all of you in this loss. I appreciated and loved Jean. She was an extension of the League family, and came to several of the dinners I hosted for them. Jean was most exceptional, and she always brightened my day. Eleanor and Jean Fraser have been wonderful gifts to those of us in the League family. You will remain close in my thoughts as you go through these days.

Devotedly, Margaret Ulmer


Posted by: Margaret Ulmer - Greenville, SC - Family Friend   Jul 13, 2021