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Jean “Guy” Germain

Jean “Guy” Germain was born in Hinche, Haiti, on April 10, 1952, to Lumenes Germain and Eva Germain (Belotte).  Guy grew up in Thomonde, Haiti; and was the oldest and the first in his family to come to the United States in hopes of finding opportunities to improve the lives of his loved ones. He arrived in Florida on December 31, 1981. From there, he traveled to New York City and was subsequently picked up by his cousin Kelly and driven to Boston. 

Guy was relentless when it came to providing a stable foundation for his family as he assumed the mantle of a father figure to his younger siblings. In Boston, Guy began laying the foundation for a very successful and honorable legacy. The type of legacy men and women could only pray for.

 Guy began his career as a Maintenance Technician at Crittenton Women’s Union in Brighton, Massachusetts in 1987. Working tirelessly, day and night, Guy was self-motivated and would become the most valued member at the Women’s Union. Everyone knew Guy was the hardest working person in the room. Most importantly, Guy was a man of character, who valued dignity, integrity, & respect. Guy’s perseverance, determination, & faith, were values he bestowed unto his children, and are qualities for which he will be remembered.

In 1986, Guy met his wife Nadie and together they welcomed two beautiful boys, Gregory and Andrew Guy Germain. Guy was a loving father, grandfather, husband, brother, & son. He was a man of few words that was able to touch the hearts of many with his gentle smile.

Guy is survived by his wife, Nadie, his children Gregory (32) and Andrew Guy (31); his grandchildren Jacob Guy, Amelia Rose, & Logan Guy. His mother; Eva, sisters; Sonie, Marielle, Rolande, Florence, Liline and Patricia, and brother; Hans.


Services

**Face masks must be worn at all times & social distancing must be maintained at the church & cemetery. All attendees are required to provide their name and phone number for contact tracing and temperatures will be checked prior to entering the church.**

Funeral Mass

Saturday, December 5th at 11:00 a.m. in St. Anthony of Padua Church, Revere

Interment

Puritan Lawn Memorial Park, Peabody


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  1. Franncia Charlot
    Dec 4 2020

    My condolences to the entire family. I pray that the peace of God that is surpassing all understanding rest upon you both now and forevermore. My heart and prayers are with all of you.
    Franncia Charlot .

  2. Franncia Charlot
    Dec 4 2020

    Words cannot describe what I am feeling. I give my condolences to the entire family. May the peace of God that is surpassing all understanding rest upon you both now and forevermore. My heart and prayers are with all of you.
    Franncia Charlot .

  3. Marie Yvorose F. Joseph
    Dec 4 2020

    My mom, and I, and the entire Joseph family is deeply touched by the passing of our regretted cousin and great cousin. As the COVID-19 limit participation we are delighted to offer our understanding and left our place to most closest family members. Our heart, mind, and spirit are with all of you guys. Please accept our deepest sympathy.
    YVOROSE
    Jeff

  4. Emmanuel Garcon
    Dec 3 2020

    Sending my thoughts, prayer and condelences

  5. Walid
    Dec 1 2020

    I send my condolences to the entire family grieving for this wonderful mans passing.

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