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Naples-Florida : The Passing of Mrs. Yonie Marie Belizaire

Yonie M. Belizaire, 72 of Naples, Fl passed away on May 10, 2024. She was born on December 29, 1951, in Port of Prince, Haiti. She graduated from the Franck Etienne College in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. She attended Elementary School at “Les Soeurs de la Savesse. In 1979 she attended Newbury College in Brookline, Massachusetts where she earned a certificate in banking.

She worked at Shawmut Bank for two years before deciding to work on her own in both the banking and catering business. She faced a tremendous challenge in the pursuit of motherhood. After a long story of miscarriages her medical team assigned her to bed rest and listed her in the high risk pregnancy log. She was ordered to remain in bed rest for her entire pregnancy period. Finally in August 24, 1989 she welcomed her first baby boy Yuri. About one and a half years later in July 5, 1991 her second baby boy Yoshives came to life. In 2002 she moved to Miramar, Fl where she acquired Cayard’s Market. She was a member of St. Matthew’s Church in Miramar.

She volunteered at Eglise Pitit ManMan Marie. In 2013 she settled in Naples upon retirement where she later passed from natural causes. She is predeceased by her parents Gesner Comeau and Andree Germain. She is survived by her husband Yves Belizaire, sons Yuri Belizaire, Yoshives C. Belizaire, daughter Patricia Latortue, grandchild Amari Belizaire, sisters Hermione Comeau and family, Carole Comeau and family, Martine Comeau and family, Sheila Comeau and family, Michelle Comeau, Pastor Cabrol (Mrs. Bercy) and family, brother Gesner Comeau and family, aunts Edith Desrosiers, Nicole Fils Aime, Gladys weillard and thier families, cousins Yiyaldi Desrosiers, Guy Fils Aime, Jocelyne Dure and their families, as well as the Beaubrun, Nais, Paul L Blanc, Bertrand, Dure Elizee families.

The funeral was held at St. Agnes Catholic Church (Naples, Florida) on Saturday, May 25 followed by entombment at the Palm Royale Mausoleum also in Naples.

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