OBITUARY

Berry Jean

February 26, 1983March 5, 2018
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Berry Jean was born on February 26, 1983 and passed away on March 5, 2018 in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.

Services

  • Visitation Friday, March 16, 2018
  • Funeral Service Saturday, March 17, 2018
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March 15, 2018

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Erika De Jesus

March 9, 2018

Berry was a loving ,caring person full of joy .Growing up he would always made us smile . He will be missed . Very good man .

Brian Hom

March 7, 2018

I was privileged to know Berry. His laugh was contagious and his smile could light up a room. My deepest condolences to his family and friends. He will truly be missed. ~ Brian Hom

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Biography

Berry Jean Biography

Berry Jean was born in Fort Lauderdale, Florida on February 26, 1983, to Verilien Jean and Clermeline Thervil. Berry was the oldest child and the only son of his parents. Verilien and Clermeline, both hard working and loving parents raised their children in a very disciplined manner. They created a foundation of loyalty and love that Berry learned to exemplify daily.

Berry was proud to be a second generation Haitian, and made sure to always represent his culture. He attended high school and played football at Planation High School, Northeast High School, and Zion Lutheran Christian School in Broward County, FL. He graduated from Northeast High School in 2001. He began his college football career at Lock Haven University and in 2003 transferred to Arkansas State University (ASU), where he studied art.

While attending ASU, Berry met his wife Stephanie Lee Clark and on July 3, 2008 the two married. They have two amazing children Berry Jean II and Belle Ziara Jean. Berry’s hobbies included, music, art, technology, breeding dogs, and sports. He spent a lot of his free time making custom t-shirts, and doing freelance artwork. Most importantly, he enjoyed spending time with his family and going to local sporting events. He was a Miami Dolphins, Heat, Marlins, and Hurricanes fan. A true Floridian.

Berry was loyal, caring, nurturing, protective, and a loving young man. He can be remembered for his coin phrases: “Ya’ll Crazy”, “Luv U Mo”, and “Gotta make it to heaven for living through hell”.

Berry leaves to cherish his memories: His father(s) Verilien Jean and Elne Victor; his mother Clermeline Thervil; his wife Stephanie Jean; kids: Berry and Belle; sisters: Suzie, Vivian, Eliette, Farah, Verline, Edna; brothers: Dikin and David; mother and father-In-law: Florence and L.C. Shaw; sister-in-law Casey Clark; niece Armani; nephew Antonio; his maternal grandmother Oligrace Desir, his uncles: St. Gerard, St. Jules, Ricardo, Jean Boutin, Kelsein; his aunts: Evana, Marianna, Felicite, Dieniva, and Luvertina; and an army of cousins, other relatives, and friends. He is preceded in death by his paternal grandparents, his maternal grandfather Lumenes Thervil, and uncles: Willy (Andral) and Ponste Thervil.