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October 20, 1965 ~ November 12, 2023 (age 58) 58 Years Old
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Kelvin Terrell Floyd was born October 20, 1965 to the late David Floyd and Eunice Ann Skipper Floyd in Alabama. He departed this life Sunday November 12, 2023.
Kelvin received Christ and was baptized at an early age. Kelvin graduated from Dothan High School in 1983. He was a ROTC Cadet for four years during high school. His enjoyment activities included participating in culinary arts, music, swimming, and serving the Lord. Kelvin was an avid Rock avid Roll enthusiast. He enlisted in the United States Army after High School. The Lord saw fit that he couldn't serve his country, but his heart was in the right place to do so. God gave him rest in this world of service.
Kelvin was a very smart, intelligent and astute student while attending high school and excelled in all of his studies graduating with a 4.0 GPA His interests were deep into the Science, Mathematics, and Astrology. He followed the teachings of Plato, and Confucius. Kelvin was known by his siblings as "Chief” and made sure all of his younger siblings went by their Indian names. Oftentimes, being a mentor, disciplinarian, and introducing his siblings to all
Academic work and Music Theory as he knew. Kelvin had a knack for anticipating events in the world.
He leaves to cherish his memory a loving mother, Eunice Skipper Floyd; three sisters and two preceded him in death: (Shannon Floyd; Detroit Ml and Valerie Floyd) one surviving sister: Sonja Floyd (Keith) Atlanta, GA, five brothers: (two brothers preceded him in death (Micheal D. Floyd and Dion D.
Floyd); Rev. Darrell Floyd, Craig Skipper and Antonio Floyd and a host of nieces, nephews, family and friends.