Nathaniel Narue Charles Jr.

With the heaviest of hearts our family announces the passing of Nathaniel Narue Charles Jr. also known as Choopi, which we cherished and loved so much. His unfortunate death has struck our family once again due to the passing of his older brother David Conyers Jr. in 2021. In this moment of sadness pain and sorrow we grieve that he was unfortunate to be tragically shot on July 6th and later died from his injuries.

Our family and friends are mourning the loss of this beautiful young soul which had such a powerful impact on everyone he knew and met. He was the light of our family and such a charismatic young man who leaves behind his Mother Damaris Burgos; Father, Nathaniel Charles Sr.; Sisters, Kyla Gomez and Sytira Charles; Brothers, Rason Lockhart and Nazir Charles; Grandmother, Gladys Centeno; Great Grandmother, Cruita Candelairo; Uncle, Louis Burgos; Cousin, Thalia Burgos.

He will be greatly missed to so many of our lives.
We love, cherish and are blessed knowing he is with the Lord Jesus Christ.

A visitation will be held on July 22, from 4:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. at A Community Funeral Home & Sunset Cremations, located at 910 W. Michigan St. in Orlando.

A service will be held on July 22, at 5:00 p.m. at A Community Funeral Home & Sunset Cremations, located at 910 W. Michigan St. in Orlando.

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