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Joseph G. Duffy

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Josiane Raymonde Moussignac

July 7, 1943December 17, 2020
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Josiane Raymonde Moussignac, "Ramona, Auntie Monmonde, Auntie Mommy" - graced this earthly plane on July 7th, 1943. Born in Jeremie, Haiti and third daughter of Hortense and Beaugerard Moussignac; she returned to our loving Father and her parents on December 17th, 2020.

Josiane is survived by 5 siblings; Geralda Michaud, Gislaine Merine, Russell Moussignac, Marie Moss, and Brena Jones. She is further survived by over two dozen nieces and nephews, grandnieces and grandnephews, all by which she treated each as individuals, and as her one and only son or daughter.

Our Auntie Monmonde, will be remembered for her strength, style, gigantic and ever-giving heart. Lover of soccer, football, basketball, dominos, Haitian and American politics. Devoted to the Lord and part of a daily women's prayer circle, Josiane remained faithful, through the easy times in her life, but most certainly through the toughest. Giver to a number of charitable organizations, adoptive mother and godmother to many. Peacemaker and best friend - Josiane's love knew no bounds.

She leaves behind many jewels and great memories that her family and friends will always remember and cherish. Auntie never let a moment pass without letting you know how blessed she was to have you and how she loved you so, so much. With that love, she was wrapped and surrounded with her family as she took her final breaths to paradise. She will be greatly missed by all who knew her.

A memorial viewing service is scheduled for 9am - 12:30pm on Wednesday, December 23, 2020 at Joseph G. Duffy Funeral Home, 255 9th Street, Brooklyn, New York. Josiane will be laid to rest at 1:30pm in The Evergreens Cemetery, 1629 Bushwick Avenue, Brooklyn, New York; where she will join her Mom, Hortense Moussignac and nephew, Berthony Michaud.

Services

  • Visitation

    Wednesday, December 23, 2020

  • Interment

    Wednesday, December 23, 2020

Memories

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Esther Moss

December 26, 2020

Moments like these really put our morality in full view. The act of being alive is deeper than just breathing, walking and talking. Being alive means loving with all your heart, laughing and singing as loud as you want, dancing even if you have two left feet. But it is also feeling sadness, letting your tears flow, releasing, so that you can reset. The complete absence of someone is one of those mysteries that we can never fully understand and it hurts because the stronger the bond, the heavier the marking of the person, the longer it takes to heal. Auntie Momonde is one that has left a deep imprint. She lived humbly, but what she had and how she treated all around her, was top shelf.

I will miss her deeply, I will miss her visits and hearing her knocking at the front window under mine, and saying loudly - in the echoing court "no body home" like the boss that she is. I will also miss hearing her famous "Jesi de Nazaret" or "see ya". Auntie Momonde, I was glad I was there to be a part of your rallying team, to scratch your back, help you eat, to fix your bonnet and apply lotion. You were called back and as much as we don't like it, we can't question it, but it sure was a blessing to have you as my aunt and second mom. Love you always.

Chris Michaud

December 22, 2020

Growing up till now, Auntie Momonde was that one person that could always make me laugh or smile without even saying a word. I could walk into any room and once she saw me, ALWAYS gave that one particular grin. Once I seen that grin from her, I’d know there’s no way on earth I’d be able to stop laughing for the next 10-20 mins. The jokes she would make with me will forever keep her in my memories. Even now, while we all cope with her transition, those same memories I’ve had with her for all of my 25 years of life are on a constant loop keeping me going and smiling knowing she’s in a better place and watching over us all. Auntie, I’ll always love and miss you. You will not be forgotten. Rest In Peace.

Jacques Moss

December 22, 2020

Having moved away from Brooklyn where I have resided for a little while back in the eighties, I have had therefore forgotten a lot about Brooklyn. However, what I will never forget is the genuine warmheartedness of Raymonde whose jovial aura will certainly be cherished forever.
Ultimately, May her soul - through the mercy of God - rest in eternal peace in a place free of pain and sorrow.

Jacques Moss
Killeen Texas

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