And God will wipe away all tears from their eyes, and there shall be no more death, neither sorrow nor crying. Neither shall there be any more pain. For the former things are passed away. Revelation: 21:4
Today, we find peace and understanding because we realize that God is close to the brokenhearted and he comforts those whose spirits are crushed. Today, we find comfort in knowing that a loving God knows best.
Mr. Charles Fludd was born on March 17, 1956 to the late Martha Fludd and Willie Lee Bellinger, Sr. in Hampton County, South Carolina. He surrendered to the calling of the Lord on September 28, 2020, University Hospital, Augusta, Georgia.
Charles received his formal education in the public-school system of Hampton District 2. At an early age, he accepted Christ as his personal Savior and attended Solid Rock True Holiness Church under the leadership of Chief Apostle David L. Dupree, Jr.
Charles Fludd was united in holy matrimony to Shirley Joyner on July 13, 1995 in Boston Massachusetts. This union was blessed with eight beautiful children.
He was predeced in death by his parents; brothers, James, Joseph, and Richard Flud, Warren, Willie Lee and Tommy Bellinger; and sister, Mae Ella Johnson.
He leaves to cherish his memories: loving and devoted wife, Shirley Joyner; eight children, Shakeya Fludd, Shaina (Geoffrey) Johnson, Shirlene Fludd, Latasha Fludd, Darryl Joyner Fludd, Latia Fludd, Danielle Fludd, Daniel Fludd; adopted Godson, Dana Lucas; five sisters, Florence Fludd, Clara Free, Pauline Williams, Cynthia Porter and Ella Mae Bellinger; three brothers, Luther, Jesse and Rickie Bellinger; 14 grandchildren, D’Ajanae Joyner, JQuan Mickle, Davian Mickle, Geoffrey Johnson, Jr., Darryana Joyner, Danajah Joyner, Charles Johnson, Kavana Gunter, Eyrenah Joyner, Tariyah Fludd, David Johnson, K’sionna Collier, Dayven Mickle, Damiah Carter; one great grandchild, Legend Joyner; six in laws, Edna Wilkie, Mack (Theresa) Johnson, Henry ( Ann) Johnson, Michael, Benjamin, Joen (Flora) Johnson; a host of nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.
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