Yves Rose Andre was a woman of humble beginnings, the first of four siblings she was born in a small locality of her native country Haiti named Jacmel in January 17th, 1951. As a young woman she soon moved to Port-au-Prince with her father Andre Murat and mother Deniese Beton.The spirit of entrepreneurship flows to her veins as she quickly developed a passion for couture and fashion, soon enough she became a seamstress and spent most of her time crafting and seaming beautiful handmade dresses that she was well known for.
In 1997 she emigrated to the United States. Upon her arrival in Miami she came across the gospel of Jesus Christ and gave her life to the Lord. She will then move to New Jersey to be permanently with her daughter. Born with the spirit of leadership, she sought out to be involved in all facets of ministry in the sole purpose of glorifying God.
Loved by many for her sense of humor and unbelievable wisdom she was the center of everything. She came across by putting others first and always ensuring of their well being.
In 2015 she was diagnosed with a heart condition and fought vehemently the disease that will soon take her away from us and to her father’s hand in heaven. She remained positive throughout her illness and often said her proudest moment in life has been to serve God. A woman of faith and wisdom she will be missed by many.
She leaves behind to cherish her memories; Children: Beatrice Petit-d’or and Jean Venson Andre, Grandkids: Abigail & Emmanuel Excellent Petitd’or, Brothers & Sisters: Absalon Andre, Cladette Andre, Mulame Andre Paraisy, Marie Ange Andre,
Nieces & Nephews: Claudia Basquiat, Wildalyne Basquiat, Sherley Basquiat, Wilson Basquiat, Hubert Basquiat, Fabienne Cineus,
Sandra Paraisy, Sabrina Paraisy,
Family: Magda Colas & family, Prenial family, Jean Charles family, Pompee Family, Aura family, St. Georges family, Polycarpe family. And the entire Andre family & friends.