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James Hewlette Rozier, Jr.

James Hewlette Rozier, Jr.
  • October 2, 1941 - February 6, 2019
  • Moncks Corner, South Carolina
  • Memorials may be made to:
  • Lord Berkeley Conservation Trust
    223 E. Main Street
    Moncks Corner, SC 29461
  • or:
  • Mepkin Abbey
    1098 Mepkin Abbey Road
    Moncks Corner, SC 29461
  • or:
  • Moncks Corner United Methodist Church
    200 N. Live Oak Drive
    Moncks Corner, SC 29461

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I was very sorry to hear about Mr Jim's passing. Know that your family is in my thoughts and prayers and that God's loving arms will keep, comfort and guide you during this time. Love and blessings to you all.

Posted by: Patrice Gibbs - Atlanta, GA - Family Friend   Feb 20, 2019

I am very sad to learn of James' recent passing. We were friends at Berkeley High School in Moncks Corner many years ago. I was a year ahead of him in high school. I would see him from time to time over the years after we graduated and always enjoyed catching up with him and hearing about his family. I remember James as being smart and very proud of the work he was doing in promoting Berkeley County. He definitely

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Posted by: Tootsie Dennis Kline - Columbia, SC - Friend   Feb 12, 2019

Jim was a hardworking advocate for the Lowcountry and served Berkeley County with distinction. He will be greatly missed.

Tom Masi

Posted by: Tom Masi - Charleston, SC   Feb 09, 2019

Kathy, I can't tell you how much I respected and admired Jim. He was such a good friend. He was one of the best communicators I've ever met. He could bring an angry crowd together in seconds with his wit and charm.

He also really loved his Tigers! I was lucky enough to spend some time with you and Jim in Tampa when we beat Alabama for the National Title. I will never forget all the photos and texts we

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Posted by: Ron Patton - Lexington, SC   Feb 08, 2019

Our thoughts and prayers are with you! We will miss Jim!
Jim and Nancy Rowan

Posted by: Nancy Rowan - Hanahan, SC - Friend   Feb 08, 2019

The Charleston region has lost an iconic advocate for growing the industrial base of the region. I had the pleasure of serving with Jim while he was involved in the initial stages of the Charleston Regional Development Alliance. Nobody was better at building consensus and selling the positive aspects of the region than Jim. My deepest sympathy to the family in your time of bereavement.


Posted by: John M. Rivers, Jr. - Charleston, SC - Friend   Feb 08, 2019

We will always remember the two trips via Amtrak to the Orange Bowl @ Miami Gardens, Fla. What great trips to see"our Tiger" play and win! Jim was always upbeat and a pleasure to be around. WE will miss him greatly!

Larry And Jane Gabe

Posted by: Larry Gabe - Salem, SC   Feb 08, 2019

Kathy and family,

We were saddened to hear of Jim's passing. You all have been a blessing to our family and to many others for decades. Jim was bigger than life and left his positive mark in innumerable places. He was an icon and an incredible representative of "All things good" in many ways, from the Strawberry Community, to all of Berkeley County and the Tri-county area, to state levels and beyond. He was a fantastic example of our country's "Greatest

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Posted by: Gene Kodama - Summerville, SC - Family Friend   Feb 08, 2019

Posted by: Delores Johnson - Cross, SC   Feb 08, 2019

Fran and I will certainly miss Jim at the Clemson games. He and Kathy sat with us for over 40 years. He was a barrel of fun with my kids. he always had his yellow penalty flag he would wave when the refs missed a call. He and Kathy were always a joy to be around and he will be missed by my family very much. God bless you Kathy and you and your family are in our prayers...

Posted by: Paul Pye - Walterboro, SC - Friend   Feb 08, 2019