Hans “Tpa” Desinor was born on February 23, 1984 in Gonaives, Haiti to the parents of Jeanine Dorcelus and Ocramy Duplex Desinor. Born with a beautiful smile and charismatic personality it was easy to fall in love with Tpa. He had a compelling nature, he could easily win over others. I remember as a young child he would be sent to the market. He always knew how to purchase everything on the list and still have money left over for ice cream, which he loved.
Even in his youth Hans understood the importance of a good education. After he received his high school diploma in 2005 from the Ministry of National Education and Vocal training, he continued his education at the State University of Haiti for 4 years where he graduated with his bachelors in Economic Sciences.
Hans was the type of young man that would not hesitate to give you the shirt off his back if you need it, he would go hungry before he let you starve, we truly loss someone special. His lifelong dream was to join the United States army, bring his dad and sister in the US and take care of his family back home. That dream propelled him to leave Haiti in the year 2012. Upon entering the United States, he was focused and driven. He worked different jobs to provide for his family, even furthering his education in the health field to gain better employment.
Hans protective and caring nature brought so many people on his path, one in particular Elienne paulemon who would later become his wife 10/7/2013. He had a knack for picking wonderful friends to surround himself with that even in his death, they would do everything to make at least one of his dreams come true. Taking care of his family.
His faith in God was so contagious, he would always encourage you to pray and believe in God. One of his favorite quote was “le ou que na Bon Dieu tout bagay ou ap mache” translating “when you believe in Jesus, everything you want will work out.”
Fairness doesn’t govern life and death, if it did no good person would ever die young. On July 12, 2017 Hans “Tpa” Desinor was called home to be with the lord. He was a loving son, brother, husband, cousin, and friend; an absolute joy to be around. You were truly loved, even though you’re gone you will never be forgotten.
He leaves behind to mourn him his mother Jeanine Dorcelus, father Duplex Desinor, sister Ingrid Barbarra Desinor, wife Elienne Paulemon, many aunts, uncles, cousins and friends.