Kevin Carlisle Floyd
  • Memorials may be made to
  • "Growing in Grace Fund", c/o Grace United Methodist Church
    1601 Sam Rittenberg Boulevard
    Charleston, SC 29407

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“I'm sorry for your loss. I worked with Kevin for many years at Revco/CVS. You all will be my thoughts and prayers. Marla Axson ”
1 of 24 | Posted by: Marla Axson - Orangeburg, SC

“Our thoughts and prayers are with your family at this time of loss. May God bless you all. ”
2 of 24 | Posted by: Barry and Debbie Baskin - SC

“I worked with Kevin for many years at Revco and CVS. Kevin was admired by all who knew him and worked with him. May God comfort his family, and all...Read More »
3 of 24 | Posted by: Phil Seats - Winston-Salem, NC

“Please know what thoughts and prayers are with you all for strength and comfort. In Christ Love, Darla Wier ”
4 of 24 | Posted by: Darla Wier - Charleston, SC

“I am so sorry for your loss.This came up on my FB timeline. He was a Great man.He was my daughters idle. She (we)always looked up to him. He will be...Read More »
5 of 24 | Posted by: Debra Floyd - Lake city, SC

“My thoughts and prayers are with Kevin's family and friends as they mourn his loss. He influenced many in the pharmacy profession and I was one of...Read More »
6 of 24 | Posted by: Rhonda Hardison - Hampton, SC

“May God's peace be with you all. ”
7 of 24 | Posted by: Gene Jones - Lake City, SC

“My thoughts and prayers are with your family. Kevin was my first preceptor back in 1989. He took me under his wing and taught me so much. He made the...Read More »
8 of 24 | Posted by: Yvette Marshall - Tallahasee, FL

“I remember Kevin as a cheerful, helpful and great neighbor. He and Al Voyer helped me renew the electrical in my barn. They worked together with...Read More »
9 of 24 | Posted by: Terese Soliman - Neighbor

“Great man that took care of many of us your will be missed by many but will always will be in our hearts. Thank you for being our friend. To your...Read More »
10 of 24 | Posted by: Richard & Ana McClure - Tavernier, FL

“My memory of Kevin is the backpack, that I bought from him at the first garage sale I attended in the neighborhood. It was and still is the best...Read More »
11 of 24 | Posted by: yvonne broaddus - charleston, SC

“Our prayers are with your family during this time of loss. God bless you as you depend on Him to comfort and guide. Kevin now rests in the arms of...Read More »
12 of 24 | Posted by: Jack & Ann Lee - Charleston, SC

“Rest In Peace ”
13 of 24 | Posted by: Jil &Jimmy Weir - Seneca, SC

“Kevin was my first ever boss as a pharmacist at CVS. He was such a nice man and will be greatly missed! ”
14 of 24 | Posted by: Brianne Terry - summerville, SC

“Bobby and I are so sad. Our prayers are lifted up to our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ for you and your family that He will provide love and comfort...Read More »
15 of 24 | Posted by: Carla and Bobby Young - Sumter, SC

“Matt, I'm so very sorry to hear about the loss of your dad! I lost my mom this year to cancer as well! Just know he loved you! My thoughts and...Read More »
16 of 24 | Posted by: Shae Keller - Knoxville, TN

“My thoughts and prayers are with the Floyd family during this difficult time. ”
17 of 24 | Posted by: Susan Harrelson (Lawson)

“I'm so sorry for your loss. Kevin was a wonderful man that will be missed dearly. He could always brighten your day when he walked through the door...Read More »
18 of 24 | Posted by: Melinda Reisch - Summerville, SC

“I pray that your memories of Kevin will comfort your family. I know he will be missed at Grace UMC. ”
19 of 24 | Posted by: Nancy Heath - Charlestion, SC

“Mary Nelle, I am so sorry you and your family have had to endure this journey and loss. I have such wonderful memories of when you and Kevin met....Read More »
20 of 24 | Posted by: Vicki Snelgrove - Aiken, SC

“Very glad to have worked with and have known Kevin Floyd. He was a fine man of character ”
21 of 24 | Posted by: Dickie Simson - Charleston, SC

“I pray for the family and friends ”
22 of 24 | Posted by: Rachel Ramsey - SC - Coworker

“To the family of KEVIN : I am truly sorry for your loss, but you should find long term comfort in knowing what a great person, friend, husband,...Read More »
23 of 24 | Posted by: John Newman

“Rest on peace Many minute thinking about you. ”
24 of 24 | Posted by: Patrick Cassano - Charleston, SC

The Lord welcomed Home Kevin Carlisle Floyd, 64, of Charleston, South Carolina Saturday, February 3, 2018 as he was surrounded by his adoring family after a long and courageous battle against brain cancer. The family will receive friends Tuesday, February 6, 2018 in J. HENRY STUHR INC., WEST ASHLEY CHAPEL, 3360 Glenn McConnell Parkway from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. His Funeral Service will be held at the Graveside Wednesday, February 7, 2018 in Live Oak Memorial Gardens at 12:00 p.m. followed by a Celebration of Life Service and reception in Grace United Methodist Church, 1601 Sam Rittenberg Boulevard at 1:00 p.m.

Kevin was born October 3, 1953 in Lake City, South Carolina, son of Vera Henderson Floyd and the late James Carlisle Floyd. He was a graduate of Clemson University and the Medical University of South Carolina. Kevin was dedicated to his profession of pharmacy and practiced his entire 35 year career in Charleston at Revco and then retired from CVS as regional pharmacy supervisor. He was proud to mentor many young pharmacists- two of which being his own two sons- and colleagues, imparting great common sense and wisdom through his philosophy of hard work and integrity.

Intelligent and hard-working as a young pharmacist, Kevin and his partner formulated a very effective diaper rash ointment and soon developed it into a successful business, Flanders, Inc. His family-run company has been selling Flanders Buttocks Ointment since 1986, an accomplishment for which he was extremely proud. He was honored to know that his legacy would continue through the diligent work of his wife, sons and daughter-in-laws.

Kevin was never idle-body or mind, having many hobbies/passions- fishing, hunting, woodworking and collecting fossils and pharmacy memorabilia. In his free time, he enjoyed going to his beloved family farm in Lake City where he meticulously restored an old, dilapidated barn, creating an outdoor retreat that brought family and friends together for much fellowship, fun, and love.

Kevin was active in his church and found great joy as a member of the Grace Courageous Men's Group. He will be remembered as a loving husband, devoted father and grandfather of great wit and humor.

Kevin is survived by his wife of 39 years, Mary Nelle McGuire Floyd; mother, Vera Floyd; two sons, Matthew Kevin Floyd (Brooke) and Jeffrey McGuire Floyd (Louisa); four grandchildren, Braelyn, Mackenzie, Grady, and Carlisle Floyd; sister Gwen F. McElveen and brother James Floyd.

"The family expresses deep gratitude for Roper Hospice, especially the compassionate and loving care of Deedrea and Sharon."

Memorials may be made to "Growing in Grace Fund", c/o Grace United Methodist Church, 1601 Sam Rittenberg Boulevard, Charleston, SC 29407.