Flint P. Fleming Jr

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Flint P. Fleming Jr. was born on May 22, 1987, in Long Island, New York.  He was the first born son of Karen A. Clarke & Flint P. Fleming Sr.   When he was a baby he had a constant smile on his face.  Flint was a very loving, playful and happy child.  He enjoyed listening to music  at  all times. Flint  would put a show on for us by take his baseball bat and pretend it was a guitar, then he would jump up and down, like Jimmy Hendricks.  Flint participated the school band at Salem JHS and Martin Luther King Jr. High School.   The instruments that he played were the Trumpet and French Horn.  He enjoyed classical, hip hop, rock, (the Parliament Funkadelics), reggae, and new world music.  But, his favorite pastime was watching cartoons.  I remember Flint stating to me that he wanted to be like the ninja turtle Michael Angelo.  He wanted to be the protector of those around him.

As he got older, martial arts and drawing were his favorite pastimes.   He participated in the Confident Kids program directed by the Overcomers Ministry at The Cathedral of the Holy Spirit.  Flint Jr.  graduated from Martin Luther King Jr. High School in Decatur, GA in May of 2005.  After graduation, he attended Savannah College of Art and Design in Atlanta Georgia, majoring in gaming.  He interrupted his college career to work fulltime.

In 2009, Flint returned to his academic studies by attending DeKalb Technical College while he continued to work.  He never stopped drawing and creating works of art.  He was indeed a gifted artist whose work was admired and coveted by many


 

 

Flint's Insight

 

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The Legacy

 

legacy• Flint P. Fleming Jr. died unexpectedly in the winter of 2010, he left behind a gift and a promise that he want to share with the world. He constantly converse with his family about his concerns regarding peace, love and kindness.   Flint was always helping others, never judging, but a simple humble young man.  His legacy is his dream of becoming an artist and sharing that love with others. In honor of Flint P. Fleming Jr. his grandmothers wish was to start a foundation, as a result his mother created the foundation dedicated to the advancement of the arts. We are spiritual beings full of joy and the appreciation of sight, smell, sound, taste and touch. These elements are needed for our growth to elevate each other, and maintain a harmonious earthly life.

• Today we are being faced with the budgetary cuts and therefore resulting in the elimination of various art expressions, and sports in schools.  We are creative being, eliminating these forms of expression will further manifest itself into less compassionate human beings.  

• The Flint P. Fleming Jr. Arts Foundation will keep The Arts alive by exposing unprivileged children to our global communities, which will foster the exchange of international relationships.  The Arts are a very important element of our Culture and this Foundation is dedicated in preserving the essence of our humanity The Arts.


 

God's Creation for Megods

You graced your angelic smile when you were a baby
The peace and love within shined each and everyday
The gift of laughter was your echo
The gift of touch was your grace
For your hands crafted beauty on paper
Bringing your interpretation of your soulful eye
Your thoughts of LOVE, PEACE, and KINDNESS will always be shared.
The world is ready for you to CREATE.
Share your BIRTH RIGHT Your GIFT for the Highest Good
You will be blessed with WEALTH
Praise God.
The Affirmation was written 4/11/10 - Karen Clarke


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Psalms 138:8
The LORD will accomplish what concerns me; Your loving-kindness,
O LORD, is everlasting; Do not forsake the works of Your hands.

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