We are deeply sorry for your loss - the staff at Island Memorial Funeral Home
Jean was born on September 14, 1937 in Jacmel, Haiti to the parentage of the late Camelo Jeudy and Evanise Chevalier. Jean went to the University Medicine of Haiti. He left Haiti two years after his graduation. Jean was a hard worker, he spent his whole life working as a physician.
Jean’s favorite place to travel was Haiti even though he went to different places to travel. As a result of his extensive travel, he was able to learn five languages, English, Spanish, Creole, French, and Patwa. After traveling to Haiti so many times, Jean finally decided to permanently reside in the U.S.
While residing in the U.S., Jean cared and provided for his
family. Jean loved to watch tv shows related to cowboys with his kids, specifically the tv show “The Cowboys” his favorite actor was John Wayne.
From the beginning, Jean taught his children how to manage themselves and explained to them that education can change anybody's life in a good way, He told them if they follow his rule to be a doctor, they would have advantages in the future. Jean loved being a physician so much and wanted his children to follow in his footsteps. Jean taught them to believe in God, focus on school and never give up.
On November 18, 2021, Jean was called home to be with the Lord. Sharing the memories of his wonderful life are, his children, Jean H. Jeudy, Hugues R. Jeudy, Valarie M. Jeudy and Bervaly E. Jeudy. His Siblings, Nirva Jeudy and Ernst Jeudy. His Nephews, Ronald Cayo, James Cayo, his niece, Lauritz Cayo and his cousin, Gérad Barthèlemy. Lastly, his parents, Camelo Jeudy, Evanise Chevalier
If you would like to send a flower arrangement to the Viewing or Service, please be aware that the deadline for ordering through our online portal is: THRUSDAY, DECEMBER, 2nd AT 2:30 PM; ANY ORDERS PLACED AFTER 12/02/2021, 2:30PM WILL NOT BE PROCESSED.