OBITUARY

Analia Marie Victor

October 6, 1928March 24, 2018
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On March 24, 2018, at approximately 6:30 p.m., Analia Marie Victor, affectionately known as “Nanoux,” passed away at home in Roslyn, New York. She was 89 years old.

Nanoux led many roles in her vibrant life -- including mother, grandmother, great grandmother, godmother, aunt, sister, confidant, and beloved friend. Above all else, Nanoux loved to help others. She was extremely charitable and always put her loved ones’ needs and desires before her own.

Marie Analia Jean-Baptiste was born to Amilcar and Maria Jean-Baptiste on October 6, 1928, in Port-Au-Prince, Haiti. She was the tenth child among twelve children. Nanoux and the love of her life, Luc Jeanty, welcomed her only child, Cerette Jeanty, in Port-au-Prince.

Nanoux was very close to her eldest sister, Marie Sonise Jean-Baptiste Horace, whom I affectionately called Tante Déclasse. Tante Déclasse took Nanoux under her wing and trained Nanoux to work in her business in Plateau Centrale — specifically in Colombier and Savanette. Nanoux became part of the community there and later became the Deputy Mayor of Savanette.

Before coming to the United States, while visiting the Adventist Church in Port-au-Prince, Nanoux received the call and soon converted to the Seventh Day Adventist faith. She traveled to the U.S. in 1978 and became very active here, at Maranatha church, along with her sister Olga Alvarez. Nanoux sang in the choir and participated in the church’s charitable missions.

We will remember Nanoux as a loving and caring woman. She was elegant, thoughtful, and very sociable. Nanoux enjoyed music and was a wonderful cook. She loved her siblings, daughter, son-in-law, grandchildren, nieces, nephews, and great grandchildren. Nanoux had several godchildren, including myself (granddaughter Cassandre). Nanoux cared for her godchildren until her last days. Nanoux loved her son-in-law, Tony, as if he were her biological son. Tony also was Nanoux’s private physician at home. Nanoux’s only child, Cerette, was her closest friend and confidant.

Nanoux will be remembered by her daughter and son-in-law, Antoine Victor and Cerette Charles, her grandson and his wife, Victor and Jessica Charles, her granddaughter and husband, Christoph and Cassandre Charles Stump, and her great granddaughters, Elise Cerette and Mirabelle Eva Stump.

Nanoux also will be remembered by her sister Olga Alvarez, nephew Kessler Alvarez and his sons Ashanti Alvarez and Devon Alvarez, niece Carine Alvarez, and cousin Israel Bristol, and his children and grandchildren.

In addition, Nanoux will be remembered by her niece Solange Simon, and Solange’s children and grandchildren, including niece Nicole Leger, her husband Willy Leger, and their children, Reggie and Ashley Leger; nephew Patrick Simon, his wife Colette Simon, and their children Kyle and Jared Simon; nephew Max Simon, his wife Glenny Simon and their son Alexander Simon; niece Gerty Simon; and niece Michelle Gonsalves and her son Jayden Gonsalves.

Nanoux also will be remembered by her adopted son Dr. Bernier Lauredan and his family.

Nanoux also will be remembered by her nephew-in-law Paul Charles, his wife Marie-Jo Charles, and their children Béatrice and Bernard Charles.

Additionally, Nanoux will be remembered by her nephew Albert Jean-Baptiste and his son; and her niece Myrtha Casimir, her husband Jean Robert Casmir, and their children.

Also, Nanoux will be remembered by her nephew Michelet Philosca, his wife Danielle Philosca, and their children; niece Yolette Philosca and her children; niece Jocelyne Gélin, her husband Joseph Gélin and their children; her nephew Ronny Philosca and his children; nephew Frantz Philosca, his wife Sonique Philosca and their children; niece Carole Fortuné and her husband Eliodore Fortuné and their children; niece Mireille Philosca, husband Erto Jean and their children; her nephew Emmannuelle Philosca and his wife Farah Philosca, and their children; her nephew Hancy Michaud and his children; her sister-in-law Lina Jean-Baptiste; and her nephew Lesly Jean-Baptiste and his children.

She also will be remembered by her nephew Wesner Jean-Baptiste and his children; her niece Elsie Jean-Baptiste and her son; her niece Margarette Bonhomme and her husband Frank Bonhomme and their children; and her nephew Rodney Jean-Baptiste, his wife, and their children.

Also, Nanoux will be remembered by her nieces Maggie, Beatrice Fortilus and Pauline Jean-Baptiste.

Nanoux also will be remembered by the following families and individuals: Bristol, Balzora, Murat, Porsenna, Colin, Cyriaque, Molyn, Fils-Aimé, Marie José Lauredan Bonhomme, Michelle Rémy and Carmen Innocent.

Finally, Nanoux will be remembered by her numerous godchildren.

Services

  • Visitation Friday, April 6, 2018
  • Funeral Service Friday, April 6, 2018
  • Entombment Friday, April 6, 2018
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Biography

On March 24, 2018, at approximately 6:30 p.m., Analia Marie Victor, affectionately known as “Nanoux,” passed away at home in Roslyn, New York. She was 89 years old.

Nanoux led many roles in her vibrant life -- including mother, grandmother, great grandmother, godmother, aunt, sister, confidant, and beloved friend. Above all else, Nanoux loved to help others. She was extremely charitable and always put her loved ones’ needs and desires before her own.

Marie Analia Jean-Baptiste was born to Amilcar and Maria Jean-Baptiste on October 6, 1928, in Port-Au-Prince, Haiti. She was the tenth child among twelve children. Nanoux and the love of her life, Luc Jeanty, welcomed her only child, Cerette Jeanty, in Port-au-Prince.

Nanoux was very close to her eldest sister, Marie Sonise Jean-Baptiste Horace, whom I affectionately called Tante Déclasse. Tante Déclasse took Nanoux under her wing and trained Nanoux to work in her business in Plateau Centrale — specifically in Colombier and Savanette. Nanoux became part of the community there and later became the Deputy Mayor of Savanette.

Before coming to the United States, while visiting the Adventist Church in Port-au-Prince, Nanoux received the call and soon converted to the Seventh Day Adventist faith. She traveled to the U.S. in 1978 and became very active here, at Maranatha church, along with her sister Olga Alvarez. Nanoux sang in the choir and participated in the church’s charitable missions.

We will remember Nanoux as a loving and caring woman. She was elegant, thoughtful, and very sociable. Nanoux enjoyed music and was a wonderful cook. She loved her siblings, daughter, son-in-law, grandchildren, nieces, nephews, and great grandchildren. Nanoux had several godchildren, including myself (granddaughter Cassandre). Nanoux cared for her godchildren until her last days. Nanoux loved her son-in-law, Tony, as if he were her biological son. Tony also was Nanoux’s private physician at home. Nanoux’s only child, Cerette, was her closest friend and confidant.

Nanoux will be remembered by her daughter and son-in-law, Antoine Victor and Cerette Charles, her grandson and his wife, Victor and Jessica Charles, her granddaughter and husband, Christoph and Cassandre Charles Stump, and her great granddaughters, Elise Cerette and Mirabelle Eva Stump.

Nanoux also will be remembered by her sister Olga Alvarez, nephew Kessler Alvarez and his sons Ashanti Alvarez and Devon Alvarez, niece Carine Alvarez, and cousin Israel Bristol, and his children and grandchildren.

In addition, Nanoux will be remembered by her niece Solange Simon, and Solange’s children and grandchildren, including niece Nicole Leger, her husband Willy Leger, and their children, Reggie and Ashley Leger; nephew Patrick Simon, his wife Colette Simon, and their children Kyle and Jared Simon; nephew Max Simon, his wife Glenny Simon and their son Alexander Simon; niece Gerty Simon; and niece Michelle Gonsalves and her son Jayden Gonsalves.

Nanoux also will be remembered by her adopted son Dr. Bernier Lauredan and his family.

Nanoux also will be remembered by her nephew-in-law Paul Charles, his wife Marie-Jo Charles, and their children Béatrice and Bernard Charles.

Additionally, Nanoux will be remembered by her nephew Albert Jean-Baptiste and his son; and her niece Myrtha Casimir, her husband Jean Robert Casmir, and their children.

Also, Nanoux will be remembered by her nephew Michelet Philosca, his wife Danielle Philosca, and their children; niece Yolette Philosca and her children; niece Jocelyne Gélin, her husband Joseph Gélin and their children; her nephew Ronny Philosca and his children; nephew Frantz Philosca, his wife Sonique Philosca and their children; niece Carole Fortuné and her husband Eliodore Fortuné and their children; niece Mireille Philosca, husband Erto Jean and their children; her nephew Emmannuelle Philosca and his wife Farah Philosca, and their children; her nephew Hancy Michaud and his children; her sister-in-law Lina Jean-Baptiste; and her nephew Lesly Jean-Baptiste and his children.

She also will be remembered by her nephew Wesner Jean-Baptiste and his children; her niece Elsie Jean-Baptiste and her son; her niece Margarette Bonhomme and her husband Frank Bonhomme and their children; and her nephew Rodney Jean-Baptiste, his wife, and their children.

Also, Nanoux will be remembered by her nieces Maggie, Beatrice Fortilus and Pauline Jean-Baptiste.

Nanoux also will be remembered by the following families and individuals: Bristol, Balzora, Murat, Porsenna, Colin, Cyriaque, Molyn, Fils-Aimé, Marie José Lauredan Bonhomme, Michelle Rémy and Carmen Innocent.

Finally, Nanoux will be remembered by her numerous godchildren.