Odon Roman Mon Trèzor Serge Limage or Serge to most was born on November 18th, 1938 in Gonaives, Haiti to Faliere Limage and Theana Monestime. As a child, he loved reading and being with his family. He especially loved spending time with his late brother, Lionel Limage.
He attended primary school at Ècole Des Frère des Instructions Chrètiennes des Gonaives and continued on to Lycee Geffrard. He excelled academically in school and was an overall amazing student. After completing high school, he enrolled in a trade school to become a mechanic.
A few years later, because of his skills in being a mechanic, he was able to come to America in 1968 to live the American Dream. Soon after arriving in New York, he found a job in a car garage as a mechanic. While working in the garage, he enrolled in a culinary school because he always had a passion for cuisine. Whenever he would visit his younger cousins, he would play and pretend that he was a chef at a restaurant, where he was the chef and would make delicious meals. He later became a cook in a hospital in New York.
After working in the hospital for a couple of years, he saved enough for a Taxi Medallion which was a big accomplishment. He drove his taxi until he retired and moved back to Haiti in 1989. Although he retired back to Haiti, he could never forget the love he had for America, so he would visit at least once a year. When he would visit, he would come to Florida, New Jersey, and New York to visit his family.
Serge was a kind, easy going man who often kept to himself. He was very big on helping the community and would always have a couple dollars in his pockets to help those in need. Back in Haiti, he was known for his philanthropic service, mainly for helping parents fund their children’s education. He always felt that education was important and strived to give as many people access to it as he could. Serge was also a devout Catholic and would attend mass faithfully every Sunday.
In his pastime, he loved sports, mainly soccer and baseball. He was a huge Yankees fan and would always watch the kids play soccer back home in Haiti. He loved music and would often go to the weekly jazz festivals when they were available every summer.
Most of all, Serge loved his family. There wasn’t a day that went by where he wouldn’t boast about his family. Serge was a strong man who worked hard to bring a bit of happiness to the lives of those around him and he will truly be missed.
On April 25th, 2023, Odon Roman Mon Trèzor Serge Limage was called home to join his mother Thèana, Father, Faliere, his brother Lionel, his Aunt Augustine Monestime, Uncles Joachim Monestime, Gaspard Josè Pierre, Antoine Piment, Jean Limage and Carmeleau Monestime and a host of other family members.
He leaves behind his sons: Sergo, Eddy, and Ronald Limage. His Daughters: Yasmine and Sergeline Limage. His Daughters in Law: Eranie, Dolores, and Vanessa Limage. Grand Daughters: Jada, Janya, Brianna, Madison and Olivia Limage. Grandsons: Christopher, Bryant, Bryan and Damon Limage. His Aunt Anne Andrea Monestime.
We extend our condolences to Jean Lucien Limage & Family, Janny Limage & family, Nicole Limage, Amisial & Family, Gladys Lolote Limage & family, Jimmy Limage & Family, Fanfan Limage, Marie Alice Limage & Family, Jislene Luly and Family, Vaugel Limage & Family, Gracita Limage & Family, Wilson Monestime and Family
We also extend our condolences to the Limage, Monestime, Jean Baptiste, Casimir, Perilus, Joachin, and Pierre Families.
His Funeral Mass and burial will be in Gonaives, Haiti.
Rest in Peace Daddy, we will mis you.
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