PAUL, Jules “Gerard”
Sunrise: July 27, 1938 – Sunset October 12, 2020
It is with great sadness that the family of Jules “Gerard” Paul announce his passing. Jules “Gerard” Paul of Randolph MA. passed away on Monday, October 12, 2020, at the age of 82 at The Mirebalais University Hospital. He was born on July 27, 1938, in Hinche Haiti, the son of late Antione Paul and Esther Bosquet.
At the age of 15, Jules began a career as an inspector of products and field merchandise in Hinche. Subsequent to numerous promotions he became a field supervisor for Telegraph that later became Teleco. After several years with Teleco he retired in the position of Regional Director. During his tenure, he was responsible for numerous infrastructure migrations, hiring and training of a great deal of people. Jules believed that everyone deserved an opportunity to demonstrate his or her full potential and reason why he hired so many people during his tenure.
After several years into his retirement from Teleco, Jules immigrated to the United States and worked at the Westin Hotel as a Banquet Attendant. He was responsible for overseeing the most difficult room design and setups and accepted each challenge without hesitation. After several years at the Westin Hotel, Jules was offered a supervisory position that he turned down to retire. It was his desire to finish the construction of his beloved house so that he and his wife Annette would as he stated, “spend the rest of their days” together.
The simplest pleasures in life brought great joy to Jules. He loved to enjoy listening to his various Haitian news stations and broadcasting his opinion on basketball games and music. He would spend a great deal of time playing with Tigger; the house cat. Tigger was the main reason why Jules got a cat for his home in Mirebalais. In Haiti, Jules’ day would start with an early breakfast and prolonged hours of playing [basic] a card game with his friend Jacques Chevry, and or spend quality time with Roody Altidor and Christophe Jean Charles. When in Boston or in Haiti, Jules day would not start without a call to his best friend Christophe; a friend that he considered his brother. Among many reasons, Roody and Christophe were with Jules at the hospital the moment of his passing.
He left behind to cherish his memories, Annette Pierre of Randolph Ma., his wife. In addition, he left his children Pierre Junon Paul, Esther Sainte-Luce, Carlos Paul, Fritz Gerald Paul, Rony Joel Paul, Paulette Paul-Parent, Hannah Paul, Ronald Paul, Guirlande Paul and Frantzy Paul.
In addition, he leaves his sisters Athalie Fleurancois, Marie Mideline Joseph, Odette St. Julien- Vaval, and Claudette St. Julien, and his brother Evans St. Julien.
Furthermore, he leaves his grandchildren Darvin Sainte-Luce, Rachel Paul, Adam Paul, Kevin Paul, Jacques Parent Jr., Dave Sainte-Luce, Evan Wallace Florestal, Carly Paul, David Paul, Geovani Orelus, Dahlia Parent, Jeremiah Paul, Kelah Jose-Naldy Paul, Darren Saint Cyr, Deborah Paul, Tiffany Paul, Sean Fritz-Gerald Paul, and Nate Paul.
Viewing hours will be as follows: Friday, November 6, 2020
5:00 PM – 5:30 PM: Private
5:30 PM – 8:00 PM: Family and friends
8:00 PM – 9:00 PM: Immediate family
A celebration of life will be held on Saturday, November 7, 2020, at 10:00 at St. Angela’s Church.
We will be following the CDC guidelines and you must wear a mask at the calling hours and service.
Interment will be in Saint Mary’s Cemetery, Randolph following the church service.
View Sympathy Messages | Send Flowers
web site by Atlantis Technology Corporation