Dieudonne Joseph Jean, 40, passed away unexpectedly on the morning of December 30th, 2019 at his home in Pompano Beach, Florida. Dieudonne (aka Joe) was born March 21, 1979 in Miami, Florida at Jackson Memorial Hospital. He was the son of Charitable “Man Frè” Dorvilas and St. Germain Jean.
Joe was a long-time resident of Pompano Beach and worked as a handyman and auto mechanic. He was known to give a helping hand to others and often used his skills to help friends, family and the elderly. Moreover, he volunteered with Habitat for Humanity, building homes for those less fortunate. Joe was also known for his positive attitude and was always smiling and making everyone laugh. He was a dedicated Miami Dolphins/Hurricanes fan and lover of heavy metal music. Joe’s biggest achievements are his four children of whom he spoke proudly and lovingly: LaQuisha, Brian, Malik, and Joseph, Jr (aka Joey). He will be deeply missed by his spouse Kim Yerton, children, family, friends and all who knew him.
Survivors include his spouse Kim Yerton; his grandmother Dorrisile “Gran Dor” Dervis; his father St Germain Jean; his daughters LaQuisha Patrice Jean and Alysiha Yerton; his sons Brian Joseph Jean, Malik Joseph Jean and Joseph “Joey” Jean Jr; his sisters Walna Allen, Francoise “Fran” Nordelus, Sainvita Jean and Shelley “Cheryl” Dorvilas; his brother Dieusel Jean, Mericel “Walke” Bien-Aime, Dieulifranc “Bobby” Bien-Aime and Marc Bien-Aime.
Joe is preceded in death by his grandparents Elizene Joseph, Satete Jean, Zachary “Petet” Dorvilas,; mother Charitable “Man Frè” Dorvilas.