Fred Saint Amand Jr. Would Like To Extend His Deepest Condolences To The Many Friends & Family Of Joseph D. Verno. If you knew where I am standing If you could see the sights I see If you could hear the angels singing the songs they sing eterenally If you knew the "One" I'm holding Could see the smile He smiles at me If you knew where I am resting You would not cry for me I'm resting in the precious arms of Jesus No other place would I rather...
Joseph Dieubeni Verno he was loved. Since the 31st of March 1934 his parents shared the joy of his birth and the love of their son. The name Dieubeni means God Bless. This name came from his father’s name Dieudonné meaning God Gives. In search for a better quality of life for his children, Dieubeni traveled to the United States in October 1970.
After Joseph arrival, he worked tirelessly to bring the children he left behind in Haiti to the United States. God gave Dieubeni a legacy. It proceeds through his children Loubert, Raoul, Asmique, Yvie, Orline, Myriam, Caleb, and Moliere and further through his grandchildren, and great grandchildren.
Joseph was a man of compassion, integrity, determination, benevolence, and a lover of peace. His strength was demonstrated in his 20-year battle against a life-threatening illness. At the end of it all, on December 21st, 2018 he took his last breath and left his memories for his family and loved ones to commemorate him by.
In loving memory of Joseph Dieubeni Verno