Fred St. Amand Jr. Would Like To Extend His Deepest Condolences To The Many Friends And Family Of Jean Beaucluche.
On Wednesday, October 3, 2018, Jean Beaucluche, Husband, father, Grandfather, Brother, and Uncle passed away suddenly to cancer at the age of 76 years. Jean Beaucluche was born on March 28, 1941 to the late Tercilia Najac and Catulle Beaucluche While still a toddler, his parent divorced. His mother remarried soon after the marriage ended. Jean was blessed with the love of a stepfather Joseph Gray, Who raised him like his own child. He lived in Port-Au-Prince Haiti for many years of his life. His sister Adeline Gray sponsors him to come to America for a better opportunity. Jean was excited to come to America and looked forward to having his family joining him here, embracing the opportunity that America offered to them. Jean will be forever remembered by his loving wife and best friend Andrelle Beaucluche. He and Andrelle’s union lasted 55 years. They were blessed during this time with four loving children: Gerald, Lovely, Jean (Nivard), Dyna. Jean Loved God and joined church at an early age. He would attend different Church services every Sunday with Pastor Weekly Rene᾿. He also had a great love for soccer. He reminded us of Christ with his astonishing ability to forgive, to love and to be compassionate. Jean was a wonderful man that was loved. He will be missed and will always be cherished. Our “Papi” as he liked to be called by everyone. He was a man of faith and humility. He was never quick to answer but rather listen patiently. He loved to travel especial going back home to Haiti. He never learned to drive and would walk everywhere. His favorite saying “my feet are my bus pass” or “once I put on my sneaker every city or town become near”. Dad the moment that you left us, our hearts were split in two; one side was filled with memories; the other side died with you. We often lay awake at night when the world is fast asleep, and take a walk down memory lane with tears upon our cheek. Remembering you is easy, we do it every day, but missing you is heartache that never goes away. Life might be going on without you, but we will never be the same. Jean Leaves to mourn his loss, his wife Andrelle, his four children Gerald, Lovely, Jean (Nivard), and Dyna; eleven grandchildren, Geraldine, Shermar, Emma, Milton, Megan, Naveed, Shekinah, Orian, Ethan, Eli, Ryan. Brothers and sisters,His Brothers in law: Weekly Rene, Milton Tann, His Siters In Law: Mariebelle Beaucluche, Karen Hamilton Beaucluche. And a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, extended family and friends.