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Jean Claude St Jean

January 25, 1962 — April 5, 2021

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Jean Claude St Jean was born on January 25, 1962 in Chardonette, city of Corail, on the beautiful island of Haiti. He was the last of five children, born to Melene Saint-Jean and Cilina Joseph Saint-Jean. He went to L'école Adventiste de Vertiere, and then studied at Centre Technique De Saint-Gerard in Port-Au-Prince. He graduated with an associates degree in Electricity in 1991.

In 1992, his son Ritchie was born. Ritchie was his pride and joy. After years of working as an electrician, he decided to emigrate to the United States in 2002. He lived in Miami, Florida for a few years, and then moved to Kingston, New York. He worked at the Devereux Foundation in Red Hook, New York for over a decade. Throughout those years he was given awards and accolades reflecting his service, character, and compassion. Coworkers often talked about his charismatic personality, and described how he would go out his way for others. Jean Claude was an active member of the Mid-Hudson SDA Church. As a member, he was involved in the Men's Ministry and served as Deacon.

He was a man who loved his family and was passionate about education. He loved to see people succeed and move forward in life. He was a God-fearing man who prayed without ceasing, and always made time to study the word of God. His passing is untimely and devastating, but we have this hope that we will see him when the trumpets sound and Jesus Christ returns again. Jean Claude is resting and waiting for the second coming. "And I heard a loud voice from the throne saying, "Look! God's dwelling place is now among the people, and he will dwell with them. They will be his people, and God himself will be with them and be their God. 'He will wipe every tear from their eyes. There will be no more death or mourning or crying or pain, for the old order of things has passed away." Revelation 21: 3-4.

Jean Claude leaves behind His son: Ritchie Saint-Jean, His brother: Metone Saint-Jean, His sisters: Ilene Saint-Jean, Liteuse Michel, His brother in law: Jean Rene Michel His aunt: Renese Joseph, his uncles: Banier Joseph, Jean Janese Joseph, His nieces and nephews: Islande Saint-Jean, Diana Saint-Jean, Kingson Saint-Jean, Libenson Saint-Jean, Glichard Saint-Jean, Brunette Saint-Jean, Maxime Saint-Jean, Marc Saint-Jean, Darlene Michel Paul, Esther Michel Lorjuste, and their families His cousins: Otrase Joseph and family, Madame Octel Saint-Jean and family, Gerard Saint-Jean and family, Lesca Saint-Jean and family, Antisten Lestin and family, Ojeste Saint-Jean and family, Pastor Bergenmann Michel and family, Banise Saint-Jean and family, Fleurine Saint-Jean and family, Alan Saint-Jean and family, Claudette Bonhomme and family, Jean Guilbeau Saint-Jean and family, Ludmilla Jean-Pierre and family, Enes Saint-Jean and family, Marie Claudette Joseph and family, Nicole Delisca and family, Yolene Aristhomene and family, Ketsia Dorismond and family, Ginette Perez and family, Richardson Etienne and family, Thony Etienne and family, Diquence Souffrant and family, Ketly St Pre and family, Guilene Duvignaud and family, Roseline Michel and family, Nicole Souffrant and family, Marie Souffrant and family, Gessie Deslica and Family, Marie Flaur Delisca and family, Harold Delisca and family, Reginald Delisca and family, Gregory Delisca and family, Fledmond Saint-Jean and family, Olese Richard and family, Elfise Saint-Jean and family Families: Saint-Jean, Joseph, Michel, Dortelus, Delisca, Appolon, Etienne, Pierre, Lestin, Paul, Lorjuste, Souffrant, Friends, Coworkers, the Mid-Hudson SDA Church family, the Gosen SDA Church family, the Kingston SDA Church family, and all affected by this loss.

IN FRENCH: Jean Claude St Jean naquit à Chardonette, commune de Corail, Haïti, communément appelée la perle des Antilles. Il fut le dernier des 5 enfants de Melene Saint-Jean et sa femme Cilina Jospeh Saint-Jean. Jean Claude fréquenta L'École Adventiste de Vertiere pour ses études secondaires. Il étudia au Centre Technique De Saint-Gérard à Port-Au-Prince. En 1991, il décrocha un diplôme en électricité dont il travailla pour une période de temps.

En 1992, son fils Ritchie est né. Faisant sa joie et sa fierté. En 2002, il décida de laisser Haïti pour les Etats Unis. Il séjourna en Floride. et il s'empressa de se rendre à New York où il vit pendant longtemps. Il travailla a Devereux Foundation a Red Hook pendant plus de 10 ans. Apprecie parmi tous pour son integrite, ses services, son caractere, et ses compassions. Toujours dispose de collaborer avec ses camarades. Sa personnalité charismatique faisait de lui, un personnage distingué. Jean Claude aima Dieu, il fut un actif membre de L'Eglise Adventiste de Mid-Hudson, il participa au ministère des hommes et il fut un Diacre accrédité.

Jean Claude fut un Homme au grand coeur, il aima sa famille, il fut passionné de L'Education, un fervent Chretien, il pria constamment. Sa mort nous dépasse, et nous déchire le coeur, mais nous gardons toujours l'espoir de le revoir au matin de la résurrection.

Arrangements entrusted to Keyser Funeral & Cremation Service, 326 Albany Avenue, Kingston, NY 12401, where family and friends may visit on Friday April 16 2021 from 10am to 11am. If you would like to attend, please reserve your space here:

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