We are deeply sorry for your loss - the staff at Island Memorial Funeral Home
Lamercie Lerisson, 81, Born in Haiti, September 8, 1940, Came to American at a young age, leaving behind all she knew and her children to peruse her dreams and to provide a future for them. She came to America where she then worked at a laundromat factory for over 20 years. She got married and became a caregiver to not only her kids but to her other children. She loved taking care of others and she loved to see them thrive. She worked hard for many years and was able to bring most of her children to America. She gave birth to 7 children, and now only 3 Living. With a mourning heart for those she lost, she continues to care for her 3 living children. Brunel Dorveus who is living in Canada, Oline Merceda living in Haiti and Madeline Dorveus in NJ, USA, who was Lamercie’s Caregiver and support Lamercie become an icon in her community, she was well known and respected. She loved to dance, sing and be active in her church. She was funny and Outgoing, loving and caring. Though many challenges occurred, she remained resilient and Strong in her faith. Lamercie was someone to everyone; a mother, Wife, Granma, Great Granma, Aunt and she was a friend and Mentor. Lamercie lived a joyful life, leaving her pass behind to strive towards God. Her favorite Saying that she engraved in our hearts was, “Ebyen nap priyé?” Which means “so, we will pray?” So, we take great comfort knowing that she Loved and believed in Our lord Jesus Christ. And that sentence will forever be how we remember her, a prayer warrior. We will strive to forever keep those words and put them to practice. Continue to Sing and Dance Lamercie Lerisson. We and your great Grand Children Miss you.