Lucien Georges was born on May 8, 1936 in Desdunes, Haiti. He came to America in October 1986 and resided in Newark then Irvington, New Jersey. He used to work very hard to provide for his family at Carton Brothers warehouse in Edison NJ and Park B Smith Edison NJ, where he retired. During that time, he proved himself as a compassionate, humble, friendly, a great father and a good companion. He used to share his love and great counsels. Furthermore, Lucien Georges was a hardworking, dedicated father, loving grandfather and a great friend. His work history consisted of working as a barber, tailor, and a stay-at-home dad who had taken care of his children back in Haiti. He was also a musician. Lucien Georges married Merissa Michel who deceased April 19, 1990 over decades ago.
He was in good health, except he had been suffering from Alzheimer disease and High blood pressure. Finally, on Thursday April 5, 2018 he was taken to University Hospital because of a physical discomfort. On Friday April 6, 2018 around 4 Pm he expired.
Lucien Georges had brothers and sisters most of them passed away except for one sister named Chriscillia Georges. He also admired all of his nephews and nieces. Lucien created 12 children, 9 children with his wife Merissa Michel, I Daughter with Philosia Aristil, and 2 sons with Syltane Delgrace. Those who are living today are his precious daughters and sons: Anna Pierre-Louis, Nahomie Georges Estime, Margareth Glaude, and Juliette Ceus, Lucien J Georges,
Sylvain Georges. Lucien Georges treasured his grandchildren who are; Wesline Georges, Lesly
Junior Georges, Wesley Georges, and Alisha Pierre-Louis, Marc Pierre-Louis, Michaiah ( Mikaya) Ceus, Ed-Urie Estime, Dudline Glaude, Martide Glaude, Nodiana Glaude, and
The family of Lucien Georges would like to express their deep appreciation for all who support the family during our loss and tough time. Thank you to each and every one for your love and gratitude that you have showed the family. Especially EBNJ church who aided us in forming this farewell. May God bless you all and multiply your blessings.