Daniel Dieujuste was born at Saint Barnabas Hospital on May 22, 1995 in Livingston, NJ. Due to Daniel’s sickness, he was transferred to several facilities to receive treatment. He stayed at Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh for two months when he was a baby and admitted to Newark Beth Israel Medical Center as he grew up. Morristown Medical Center was like a 2nd home for Daniel but unfortunately, he passed away on Saturday morning, April 28, 2018.
Daniel accomplished a lot throughout his life. Daniel attended The Deron School in Union where he graduated from High School in 2016. Daniel won several awards in his class. Daniel also enjoyed moments with his family members.
Daniel is the second child of a family of four children: Juveys, Rachelle, and Sabrine. He had a sense of humor and showed love to everyone especially his very own mother. He was an accomplice of his mother and very often he joked around with his mom about family members. Daniel always talked about how he promised his mom a brand-new car when he found a job, unfortunately, he didn’t have time to do so; but with all the love, he gave to his mom, it was worth more than a new car. He would do anything to help others no matter the circumstances.
Renelus Dieujuste was more than a father for Daniel. He knew Daniel’s medical file by heart and noted every instruction on how to process any medication and was always there for Daniel when he had a doctors appointment. It seems like Renelus put his life on hold to give the best care to his son. Daniel, when he wanted to joke about his dad, he called him: “Doctor Rene.”
On April 28, 2018, an angel was taken away from this earth. Even though Daniel was in and out of the hospital, he fought for his life throughout the circumstance. Daniel was a loving and caring person. His suffering didn’t stop him from keeping a smile on his face. His smile will shine on and on. Daniel is survived by all his family and friends.
Today Daniel, God called you to be with him.There is no fear, he will take good care of you. Rest in peace, Daniel. We love you all.