Enoise “TPop” Dupiche was born November 2,1937 to Alipson Dupiche and Francine Mayan in Anse- a- Veau, Haiti. Enoise was the oldest of 9 children. His siblings include Murrielle Dupiche, Alipson Dupiche, Petit Nord Dupiche, Legrand Dupiche, Wildor Dupiche, Mezoule Dupiche, Mario Dupiche, and Melande Dupiche. Enoise Dupiche was raised by his aunt, Matante Jermaine Dupiche, who is like a mother to him. He was the eldest child of that household and they embraced him as a fellow sibling, which included Yvon DuPiche, Marie Carole Dupiche, Richard Dupiche, Serge Dupiche, Simone Plymouth, Rios Dupiche, and Roseme’ne Jean.
In his early years, Enoise enlisted in the Haitian Military. He had various businesses in Haiti. Through Enoise’s friendship with Michel Pierre, he met Marie L. Pierre and developed a relationship that led to their marriage. Enoise then moved to the United States where he became the Supervisor of Housekeeping at Montclair Community Hospital. He owned the floor and carpet cleaning business. “TPop”, as he was known, was a manager of a Haitian band.
Enoise (“TPop” “Pop Pop”) will be remembered for his positive outlook in life, his love for Kompa, and his Park Ave Crew. He was always the life of the party.
Enoise is survived by his 5 children Sandra Davis, Fritz DuPiche (Robin), Karen DuPiche (Mark Casale), David DuPiche (Tamekia), and Nicole Kravitz. In addition, he is survived by his grandchildren Ayone Davis, Jeffery Davis, Jr., Joshua Davis, Nijah DuPiche, Nia DuPiche, Christina DuPiche, John Jones, Gideon Gonzalez, and Miko Rosado. He is also survived by a host of godchildren, nieces, nephews, cousins and many life, long friends.
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