Charles David Doyle Jr.

Born on April 28, 1967 in Antigua, West Indies
Departed in Melbourne, Florida on June 23, 2020

Charles David Doyle Jr. departed this life suddenly, on June 23rd, 2020 at Holmes Regional Medical Center. He was born on April 28, 1967, in St.John’s, Antigua, West Indies, during the time that his Dad was working with the NASA Space Program Down Range with the objective of landing a man on the the moon. Charles was the son of Charles David Doyle Sr, and Judith de Freitas Doyle. At the age of one, his parents brought him to the United States.

Charles received his education in Brevard County, and was a graduate of Melbourne High School where he was very active in the Junior ROTC Program. He received his Associate of Arts Degree from Brevard Community College, and attended the University of Central Florida. He worked as a food service clerk.

Charles enjoyed travelling, loved all things “Star Trek”, and loved. computers, especially his lap-top. He was an avid collector of comic books, and did very well in playing along with the program JEOPARDY at home. Charles was also a history buff. He served on the Caribbean Festival Committee — a philanthropic committee of the Episcopal Church of Our Savior, that formerly raised funds to help in natural disasters in the Caribbean, Central America, as well as, the United States.

Most of all, Charles loved the Lord, and has served as President of the Tom Fox Chapter of the Acolyte Guild at the Church of Our Savior for much of his life. He received numerous awards for his work with young people. Charles remained a faithful servant of the Lord, and a server at the altar from childhood until he passed away.

Charles David Doyle Jr. was pre- deceased by his Father, Charles David Doyle Sr., and is survived by his Mother, Judith de Freitas Doyle; Sisters, Doris Doyle Corbett, ( Tallahassee, FL.) and Theresita R. Doyle; Aunts: Teren David (Jacob), Dorothea Brown, Vivian Roberts ( Rupert), Carolyn Gonsalves Roberts (Phil), Jennifer Gonsalves. Uncles: Ernest de Freitas, Phil de Freitas (Georgina), Whitson Gonsalves (Camelita), All of Canada and England. In addition, Charles leaves to mourn his passing a host of cousins in Antigua, the United KIngdom as well as, the United States, and God Mother, Ethelyn de Freitas,( New York.)

A viewing will be held at Brownlie – Maxwell Funeral Home from 6:00 P.M. to 8:00 P.M., on July 2nd at 1010 Palmetto Avenue, Melbourne. A Funeral Mass will follow on Friday, July 3rd at 11:00 A.M. at the Episcopal Church of Our Savior, 1000 Jersey Lane N.E., Palm Bay 32905 ( Adjacent to Veterans Memorial Park-off Port Malabar Boulevard). A short viewing will be held before the service from 10:00A.M. to 1100 A.M..

It is requested that families wear masks at all events, and comply with social distancing guidelines.
In lieu of flowers, please consider a donation to the Episcopal Church of Our Savior, 1000 Jersey Lane N E, Palm Bay 32905, in Charles Doyle’s memory.

The family wishes to express its thanks to all emergency personnel, as well as, the staff at Holmes Regional Medical Center — Special thanks to hospital Chaplains: Fr. Bruckhart, and Fr. Delry.
Most of all , our heartfelt thanks to our Rector, Fr. Dee Wellington Bright, along with Mrs. Eda Richardson.

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Lopez/Fisher Family from Palm Bay wrote on July 4, 2020:
Charles, if no one else hears “well done good and faithful servant” we are confident you will. We watched you grow up in your Church to a fine, loyal, caring and faithful Christian. You served your Church very well. You will be greatly missed but not forgotten as you have touched so many lives. May you Rest In Peace. Judith, please accept our deepest condolences in your great loss. There are no words just prayers. God bless you always and may you find the peace. Alvin & Phyllis Lopez and Eric & Antoinette Fisher. 🌹
Carolyn Gonsalves from Brampton wrote on July 2, 2020:
Dear Judith, as sad as we are with Charles sudden loss, it pales in comparison to the depth of our pain and grief loosing your only child. Charles was a loving, thoughtful, caring son, nephew, cousin, and friend. His love, admiration, and respect for his Mom was admirable. Charles was also dedicated, and committed to his involvement in his role in the Church. We will remember him fondly, and trust that the cherished memories of him, also knowing that we share in her grief, will bring some measure of comfort to his Mom - our sister Judith. Our love, and continued prayers. Carolyn, Phil Roberts & Family, and Jennifer G
Janet Miller from Columbia wrote on July 2, 2020:
With Deepest Sympathy. God Bless and Comfort Your Family during time. The Miller’s (Janet,Jessyka,Angelyka,&Samantka)
Ian Denise David from Pickering, Ontario, Canada wrote on July 1, 2020:
RIP Cousin Charles. You were a gentle soul and caring person. You will be missed. Aunt Judith, please accept prayers from Myself, Denise and my children, Alexis, Aaron & Hailey. You have our Love and Support. God Bless, Ian
Nadine A. Chromiak from Atlanta wrote on June 30, 2020:
God Rest His Soul In Peace! So sorry to hear your sad news. May God comfort your family during this sad time. Memory Eternal!
Nadine Chromiak from Decatur, Georgia wrote on June 30, 2020:
God Rest His Soul In Peace! So sorry to hear your sad news. May God comfort you all. Memory Eternal...
Jeffery Roberts from Brampton wrote on June 29, 2020:
We will never look at sci fi the same again. Cuz you are sharing your sci fi knowledge with the lord and the Angel's above. Miss you cuz RIP Jeff and Jaivion
Virginia Ingram from Palm Bay wrote on June 29, 2020:
I watched Charles grow up in the church to become a wonderful Christian man. He was a very gentle soft spoken person. When he was young, he helped with a Haunted House at church and played a monster. We went to Wet n" Wild several times. He was serious about training Acolytes on the altar. He will be sorely missed. May God Rest His Soul. Our sympathy to the family. Virginia, Becky, and Debbie
Sharon Tuten from West Melbourne wrote on June 28, 2020:
My sincere condolences to the family. Boy loved Charles what a great person was a very much a church person . Spent many of summers at Wet n Wild with Church of our Savior. Going to miss running to you around town and having a great conversation 😢😢
Janice Louks from Malabar wrote on June 28, 2020:
My thoughts and prayers are with you. So very sorry.
Vivian and Rupert Roberts from Brampton Not Canada wrote on June 28, 2020:
My dear sister Judith even though we cannot be with you at this most difficult time we would like you to know that we are holding you in our prayers. Charles is no longer with us in the flesh but we will continue to hold on to the memories and good times we shared. We will always remember his gentle and respectful mannerism. Rest in eternal peace my nephew and may light perpetual shine Sleep on my love until we meet again.Test Aunt Vivian and uncle Rupy.
Stephen David from Toronto wrote on June 27, 2020:
Always in Our Hearts
Stephen David from Toronto wrote on June 27, 2020:
In All of Our Hearts. Rest in Peace
Samantha Payne (Gonsalves) wrote on June 26, 2020:
RIP cousin Charles, gone but not forgotten xxx🙏

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