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Joseph Caseneuve

December 2, 1946 — July 10, 2023

Ft. Lauderdale

Joseph Caseneuve was born December 2nd, 1946, in Haiti. He embarked on a journey that would shape his life and the lives of his loved ones for generations to come. His biggest achievement was the relentless pursuit for a better life for his children. With an unyielding spirit, he sought to create opportunities and a brighter future for all around him. He made the courageous decision to leave Haiti and venture to the United States to better provide for his family and a vision of a better life.

Joseph found joy in reuniting with his family and sharing stories of his journey from Haiti to America. He embraced his role the family’s patriarch, while always emphasizing the importance of unity and family values. His dedication and hard work allowed him to bring several family members to the United States, ensuring they too could experience his vision and the opportunities he cherished.

Family was the centerpiece of Joseph’s life. He found solace and fulfillment in spending time with his loved ones. During countless gatherings, Joseph would amuse us with stories of his youthful days, revealing wisdom and lessons learned. His honesty was refreshing, yet he possessed a remarkable ability to forgive and move forward, never holding a grudge. His words carried the weight of experience, and his wisdom was a guiding light for all of us.

One of his many passions was supporting his homeland and the remainder of family members still living there, Haiti. He would gather clothes, televisions, and other items in the United States and ship them back home to his extended family. His heart overflowed with generosity, always striving to make a difference in the lives of those he cared for.

Joseph Caseneuve leaves behind a legacy of strength, love, and entrepreneurship. He encouraged his children to harness their God-given gifts and pursue their dreams fearlessly, just as he did, if not better. His unwavering belief in our potential instilled within us the courage to be entrepreneurs and make a positive impact on the world.

In addition to his four sons, Joubert, Evens, Casimir, Emmanuel and his daughter Beatrice - Joseph was also a beloved grandfather to a beautiful array of grandchildren. Ethan Caseneuve, Elizabeth Caseneuve, Enzi Cazeneuve, Ace Cazeneuve, Adabelle Cazeneuve, Emina Caseneuve, Benelda Edouard, Giovanni Cazeneuve and Julia Cazeneuve as well as his brothers and sister Menel Caseneuve, Belet Caseneuve, and Benita Casenueve  whom all brought him immeasurable joy and were a constant source of pride. He treasured each moment spent with them, nurturing their dreams, providing wisdom every chance he gets. His love for them was boundless, and his legacy will continue to live on through their lives.

Today, as we bid farewell to our beloved father, grandfather, and friend, let us remember him for the remarkable qualities he possessed. Joseph Caseneuve was a man of integrity, a pillar of support, and a beacon of love. His memory will forever inspire us to embrace family, seize opportunities and extend a helping hand to those in need.

To Joseph Caseneuve, may you find eternal peace and know that your legacy lives on within each of us. Your love will forever be engraved in our hearts. Rest in peace dear father, grandfather, brother, good friend.

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Friday, July 21, 2023

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1450 S. State Road 7, North Lauderdale, FL 33068

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Saturday, July 22, 2023

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Saturday, July 22, 2023

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Saturday, July 22, 2023

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