Biography: Benjamin (Kenzi) Fludd was born in Charleston, South Carolina to late Viola Young, mother and Samuel Fludd, father on December 16, 1937. He his survived by two brothers John L. Fludd and Nathaniel Fludd. Sibling that past are Herbert L. Fludd, Viola (Ruth) Fludd, Sonny Chapman, Delores (Monsey) Chapman, Terry Fludd, Vermell Fludd, and Poorman Fludd. Kenzi attended primary, secondary school in Charleston, South Carolina along with his sibling. At age 16 Kenzi came to Harlem, New York worked 32 years as a machinist and retired in 1992.
Kenzi entertained himself hanging out on 127th and 128th Street Lenox Avenue with friends. He enjoyed playing cards, joking around with his friends. He was extremely kind hearted and generous and most compassionate when it came to children in particularly. In the last years of his life one person he asked for everyday was “Carter boy”. From the moment he woke up until he went to sleep. “Carter boy” he asked for and wanted to see.
Kenzi would want to say thank you to all everybody that cared for him starting with Sierra Baughan, Parris Daniels, Desiree Cumberbatch, Gregory Fairclough and especially Cecelia Royal. Also all the staff at Park Avenue Dialysis, Apollo NY Fly Wheels, Constant care, Allan Health and a heartfelt thank you to all the medical professionals at Mt. Sinai Hospital hospice care, oncology department, and a special thank you to doctor Michele Lee at the Martha Stewart Center for Living.
Kenzi was a son, brother, nephew, uncle, and father. He leaves to mourn a host of family and friends.