Deacon Floyd Edwards Jr.
1946 - 2021
Wilson-Wooddale Funeral Home - Baton Rouge
1553 Wooddale Blvd.
Baton Rouge, LA
Deacon Floyd Edwards, Jr. A resident of Baton Rouge passed away Thursday, October 14,2021 at the age of 75. Deacon Floyd Edwards, Jr. was born on July 19,1946 to the union of Floyd Edwards, Sr and Audrey Thomas Edwards, he was the first of seven children born to this union. Deacon Floyd was a loving father, grandfather, great grandfather, brother and friend. At the time his health declined he was a devoted employee/maintenance manager at the YMCA in Zachary, La and Greater Galiee Baptist Church, Baton Rouge, La. Deacon Floyd was a faithful and dedicated Deacon of Open Door Fellowship Church, Zachary, La ( Apostle Leroy Banks) where he served as a deacon for over 20 years. Deacon Floyd was a avid fan of the Green Bay Packers land NY Yankees. Deacon Floyd was a inspiration and loved to all whom God put in his path. He was a well mannered man, respectful and very compassionate man. Deacon Floyd Edwards, Jr. leaves to cherish his memories 2 sons, Floyd Edwards, III, Kassium Floyd Edwards, 3 daughters, Natalie Edwards, Keisha Edwards, Sanitra Edwards, 3 brothers, Donald "Donnie" Edwards (Rosa),Atlanta. Ga. Alvin L. Edwards, Calvin L. Edwards, 2 sisters Janice M. Edwards and Veronica Edwards Crockett ( Warren). Aunt Lois Thomas Hudson all of Baton Rouge. Godchild Erica C. Warren, Godmother, Lula Edwards of Hammond, La. Preceded in death by his daughter Jacqueline Marie Edwards his mother Audrey Thomas Edwards and father Floyd Edwards Sr. and his brother Darrell Wayne Edwards and his great grandson Kase Caiden Edwards. Wilson-Woodale Funeral Home is in charge of the arrangements. Interment at Southern Memorial Gardens.

Published by The Advocate from Oct. 21 to Oct. 22, 2021.
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4415 Avenue A, Zachary, LA
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I worked with Mr. Floyd at Greater New Galilee. He always had a welcoming smile. He often had Curtis with him in the summer and it was a joy to see him teach him right from wrong. I like that he explained to Curtis in order to help him mature. He was very proud to be a deacon at his church. Family, think of all the great times you all have spent with him. Be blessed.
Wanda Thomas& Family
October 23, 2021
Thanks for the love you've shown. My fondest memory was when we spent summers with my cousin. After he got off from work, he would put me, Jackie, and my sister Rhonda in the back of his pickup truck and drive us around, wind in our hair. We didn't have a care in the world. Thank you for showing me the heart of a good man.
October 23, 2021
My thoughts and prayers are with y´all today. Uncle Floyd was sweet, funny and I know he will surely be missed. May he Rest In Peace.
Sherri Crockett
October 23, 2021
My Deepest Sympathy My He Rest In Peace
Sandra Remondet
October 22, 2021
To the family & friends of Deacon Floyd Edwards, we extend our heartfelt sympathy. Deacon Floyd will truly be missed. Sincerely, Deacon Edwin A & Betty Donald
Edwin A & Betty Donald
October 22, 2021
May the Lord bless and comfort you and give you His peace.
Linda Smith
October 22, 2021
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