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Marquise A François

December 27, 1946 - November 13, 2017

Service Date: December 2, 2017

Funeral Home Pax-Villa Orlando

church / église Ebenezer Baptist Church

Programme des Obsèques de Mme Marquise A. François Née le 27 Décembre, 1946 – Décédée le 13 Novembre, 2017

Ordre de Service

Lecture ............................................................ Jean 11 :25-26 Chant ................................. En Christ seul est mon Esperance Prière d’Invocation .................................... Pasteur Enoc Toby Lecture .................. Psaumes 62 .................. Sr Marie J. Toby Chant Spécial ................................... Les Dames d’Eben-Ezer Chant Spécial ................................................ Les Filles du Roi Eulogie de la défunte .................................... Dr. Jim François Chant Spécial ......................... Le chœur des anges de Miami Fare-Well Mother ................................. Mrs Wislyne François Un Baiser D’Adieu .................................... The Grand-Children Chant Special ................................. Led Devouees pour Christ Remerciements ......................................... Mr Evens François Chant .............................. Sans inquiétude sous son manteau Message .............................................. Pasteur Amos Eugene Prière et Bénédiction Finale ...................... Pasteur Enoc Toby Présentation des Fleurs ........... Pax-Villa Funeral Home Staff Départ pour le cimetière

Charlotte Memorial Cemetery 9400 Indian Spring Cemetery Rd. Punta Gorda, FL 33950 (941) 639-1171

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Madame Marquise Anne Francois was born on December 27, 1946 in Vallieres, Haiti to the late Angrand Anderson and Nezida Lareche. You will never know it by her cool, calm, collected demeanor, but when she was 11 years old she was involved in a fight at school protecting her younger sister, Theolene. As a result, her father sent her to live in Cap-Haitien where she attended the “Medita Montreuil” school until 11th grade then transferred to St-Catherine Couture School for more practical schooling. By the age of 20-21, she moved to New Providence, the most populous island in the Bahamas, for a better life. There, she met a good-looking fellow by the name of Adno Francois, who she later married in 1968. She continued to travel back and forth between the Bahamas, Haiti, South Florida trying to create a better life for herself and her family. Although most of her travel had been for business, some of her Church friends were able to convince her to take a European Cruise and a Caribbean cruise in an attempt to enjoy life and allow herself to recharge. She was always on the go even when her health was trying to get in the way. Throughout her travel, she had made lasting friendship, created a blueprint for her children and has helped many that had crossed her path. She was a decent human being. Regardless of life difficulties, uncertainties she stayed a true believer. She had faith in God and always believed that things will get better. She was always involved in Church activities and lived in an exemplary way for her children and grandchildren. In late 2013, she lost her mother, Nezida Lareche; in 2014, her younger brother, Peterson Angrand and in 2016, her older brother, Charles Angrand. This year, 2017, she was diagnosed with liver cancer. Although she was scared, she never stopped believing in the Almighty and eventually underwent successful treatment. She continued to work despite advices to stop or slow down. Some people just can’t stop working; It’s in their DNA. It’s the need for continuous independence. She was making plan for Haiti, for the upcoming Holidays when she started to complain that she was not feeling well and by Friday November 10, 2017 she was admitted at Fawcett Memorial Hospital in Port Charlotte, FL and passed away three days later. On Monday, November 13, 2017, Marquise Anne Francois, at the age of 70 years old, was called Home to be with the Lord. She leaves to cherish the memories of her wonderful life: Her Three Children: Jim, Evens and Wislyne Francois Her Grandchildren: Venska, Desheena, Marquis, Neshell, Kyle and Gia Her Sister: Theolene Garconvil (Angrand) Her Aunts: Marie-Maude Dorsainvil (Angrand) and Anne Marquette Letemps (Angrand) Her Many Cousins: The Lareche Family (Pastor Janel, Abet-Negro, Erodere, Yvette, Roselande, Lourdes, Claudette), Lozane Bernadin (Audate), Marie-Marthe and Ulrick and Gislaine Guillaume, Lusaide Pierre, Jocelyne Cesar (Dubois), the Letemps family (Nicolas, Sissi, Momfort) Her Nephews: Carly and Roody Garconvil, Louven Angrand Her Nieces: Samantha, Salome and Rebecca Angrand and Kerline Garconvil Her Friends: Magda Duperoux, Rose Camille Desauguste, Caroline Jean-Francois, Marie-Ange Jean-Pierre, Marie-Maude Garconvil, Pastor Enoc Toby and wife and all the Church members form Ebenezer Baptist Church and First Haitian Baptist Church of North Dade.

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