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DUCOSTE, ERNST DUCOSTE
LE 19 SEPTEMBRE, 1933 – 24 OCTOBRE 2019
Le 24 Octobre dernier notre Bien Aime Ernst Ducoste (Titi)est parti rejoindre le Créateur
Titi était ne le 19 Septembre 1933 de Jeanette Barosy et de Jean Ducoste.

Il a vu partir avant lui ses deux (2) sœurs: Yvrose. Et Jacqueline ainsi que ses trois (3) frères: Max Barosy, Rodney et Shiller Ducoste.

Titi a vécu les premières années de sa vie au Bel Air ou il était très apprécié de tout le monde pour sa jovialité et surtout de sa carrière extraordinaire de défenseur de l’Aigle Noir Athlétic Club, aussi connu comme l’Aigle Noir.

Titi a immigré vers les États-Unis dans les Années 60. Avec beaucoup de dévotion, il travailla pour l'Ebex puis au World Trade center.

Lorsqu’il prit sa retraite, il retourne en Haïti où il rencontrait son épouse. Dumesne.

Après quelques années et après le tremblement de terre en Haïti, il retourne s’établir à Boston

Titi laisse dans le deuil, sa femme Dumesne Ducoste et ses enfants: Etzer, Ernst Jr , Widmarck (Rudy) Vounette ,Robinson,Edner (actuellement en Haïti),Ethania

Ses petits-enfants: Nicholson, Miranda, Jeremyah, Anthony, Bryan, Dion, Grace & Faith
Ses sœurs et frères: Ghislaine Guillaume, Bernadette Blain, Widza Massillon, Ruiltz, Serge & Fred Ducoste, Sa belle-sœur Frida Blain.

Et une ribambelle de neveux et nièces et leurs enfants qui l'adorent

Ses amis du "PAVILLON D'HAITI" à Brooklyn, New York.

Titi, tu vas nous manquer. Titi tu as laissé un vide immense que le temps ne pourrait combler

Repose en paix, Titi et que les anges du Seigneur te portent à la vie éternelle.




ERNST DUCOSTE
SEPTEMBER 19th, 1933 – OCTOBER 24th, 2019

On October 24th, our beloved Ernst Ducoste (Titi) left us to join the Creator. Titi was born on September 19, 1933, of Jeanette Barosy and Jean Ducoste.
He was preceded in death by his two sisters: Yvrose and Jacqueline and his three (3) brothers: Max Barosy, Rodney, and Shiller Ducoste.
Titi grew up in the neighborhood of Bel-Air, in Port-au- Prince, where he was very appreciated by everyone for his joy of life and compassion for others. He was a well-known advocate of the Aigle Noir Athlétic Club, commonly referred to as Aigle Noir.
Titi immigrated to the United States in the ’60s. He worked for the Ebex and then at the World Trade Center.
After his retirement, he returned to live in Haiti and married Dumesne. After surving the earthquake, he returned to the United States and settled in Boston.
Titi is survived by his beloved wife Dumesne Ducoste and his children: Etzer, Ernst Jr, Widmarck (Rudy), Vounette, Robinson, Edner (currently in Haiti), Ethania
His grandchildren: Nicholson, Miranda, Jeremyah, Anthony, Bryan, Dion, Grace & Faith
His sisters and brothers: Ghislaine Guillaume, Bernadette Blain, Massillon Widza, Ruiltz, Serge & Fred Ducoste, his sister-in-law Frida Blain
And by several nephews and nieces and their children who adore him and his friends from "PAVILLON D'HAITI" in Brooklyn, New York.
Titi, we will miss you.
Rest in peace, may the angels of the Lord carry you to eternal life.
Relatives and friends are respectfully invited to attend a visitation period on Saturday, November 2, 2019, from 8:00 – 10:00 AM, immediately followed by a Funeral Mass at 10:30 AM in St. Mary Church, 211 No. Main St., Randolph. Burial will follow in St. Mary Cemetery, Randolph.


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