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LISIANNE SAINTEUS

January 9, 1931 ~ March 4, 2022 (age 91)

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Lisianne Sainteus was born on janurary 9th, 1932 in Aux Cayes labored, Haiti by Taleus Sainteus and Louisia Pierre (both deceased) She was the oldest of 3 children, with being the oldest zane had to make sure her siblings Dieulifort (brother) and Anilia (sister) were good before she went out.
In 1954, she met her handsome man Bessier Boyer and got married in February 1958. They had 5 children together; marie Claude Boyer, Wissier Boyer, Gerlande Boyer, Carline Boyer, and Rigal boyer. Giving them a family of fifteen grandchildren.
Van Hansley Boyer, Yuctcher Boyer, Rijkaard P. Jean-Baptist, Wesley Belvy, Ariana Belvy, Piatrice R. Jean-Baptist, Gatchina Joseph, Carla St. Juste, Van Toucheley, Starella Boyer, Mackenzie Boyer, Galvensky Boyer, Biancatcher Boyer, Carissa Joseph, Amber Joseph
Lisianne loves her big family, she wanted to take care of all of them. Lisianne left Haiti in 1984 to travel to Santo Domingo, Puerto Rico and stayed in the united states in 1986. She always prayed that her family would come with her to the US. When Lisianne got to the united states she immediately joined a church and started her faith journey with God. She was a member of FHBC of belle glad. Lisianne got involved in church and became monitor bible school for little children she worked for more than 20 years. 2013 she was sick with her husband, one of her daughters moved them from Belle Glade to Naples. Lisianne and her husband (deceased) also relocated and started being a member of FHBC of Naples. She always greeted everyone with a smile and was very charming, She always found a way to make someone happy.
March 30th, 2018 she had a stroke which paralyzed her mouth and left side of her body. She was at NCH, Manorcare and physicans regional hospital- Pine Ridge.
Lisianne took her last breath at Orchid cove March 4th, 2022 and said goodbye to her family and friends.
Acknowledgments
The family Sainteus,
            Lisianne would like to extend sincere gratitude for all the arts of generosity, love, and encouragement shown to us during this most difficult time. Your expressions of support are sincerely appreciated and will be remembered always

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