Who Is Charlotte Clark-Frieson?
Instead of me “rambling” on about myself, let my family and friends tell you who I am…
Most of us have friends, but few have large numbers of friends who are rare jewels. I consider it a precious privilege to include Charlotte Clark-Frieson among this category of my friendships. Charlotte embraces two major concepts of friendships:
(2) A friend in need is a friend indeed. Every friend she has will attest to this as an essential components of who she is.
My name is Je’Lynn Frieson. I am a member of the Randolph/Chambers County communities. I am proud to introduce you to my mother, Charlotte Clark-Frieson. She is your candidate for Alabama State Representative from District 37. We are excited for our community to experience the leadership and wisdom that our family has come to know from her. My mom has always taught us to be open minded free thinkers and we’ve always known that whatever the need, she will work with us to fight through or figure out a solution. Many members of this community ALREADY know this about my mom, and can give an account of how far she is willing to go to help her fellow man. It is my humble appeal to this community at large to get acquainted and benefit from her wealth of knowledge, her will to fight and stand up for what is decent and right and to be the voice for our community in Montgomery.
Je’Lynn M. Frieson
Thirty plus years of not only a colleague, but a true friend. Charlotte and I became acquaintances in the Funeral Industry. She has been a mentor and certainly grass roots pioneer to our industry. She has embraced leadership as a Funeral Director/Mortician to continue a Legacy founded by her parents. She has inspired, motivated and developed many young minds into professionals in grief care. She has sacrificed and served her families and communities tirelessly and without a shadow of a doubt we can certainly entrust her for quality representation in the Alabama State House. As an Account Executive for North Carolina Mutual Insurance/Preneed we are honored to introduce to some and present to others, our endorsement for Alabama State Representative District 37, Charlotte A. Clark-Frieson. As we affirm this endorsement and salute our next District 37 Representative, let us reflect upon a quote from the Late W.E.B. Du Bois:
“Now is the accepted time, not tomorrow, not some more convenient season. It is today that our best work can be done and not some future day or future year. It is today that we fit ourselves for the greater usefulness of tomorrow. Today is the seed time, now are the hours of work, and tomorrow comes the harvest and the playtime.” W. E. B. Du Bois
Richard Trask, Jr.