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Bailey Memorial

6701 West Commercial Blvd, Tamarac, FL

OBITUARY

Luc Germain Brevard Chery

March 8, 1983January 5, 2020
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Luc Germain Brevard Chery was born on March 8, 1983 and passed away on January 5, 2020.

Services

  • Visitation Friday, January 17, 2020
  • Visitation Saturday, January 18, 2020
  • Funeral Service Saturday, January 18, 2020
  • Committal Service Saturday, January 18, 2020
  • Reception Saturday, January 18, 2020

Memories

Luc Germain Brevard Chery

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Jermaine Chery

January 19, 2020

Hey brother it’s only been one day and the pain is unreal. I’m honored to be your little brother more so honored to see how much people loved you. January 18.2020 will forever be your day brother And I promise you I will visit you each year and will never take a second to not think about you. Watch over all of us brother I love you man 💙💙🕊🕊 LLLC

Wilneid Dubreus

January 19, 2020

Uncle luc we’ve officially layed you to rest 💔 blood couldn’t make us any closer . My god I thank god for coming across such a humble and joyful soul you were truly my fathers peace which made you our peace . This pain is unbearable your gone It hurts but I can’t help smile and stay joyful knowing you made it to the heaven gates & all the funny memories . I wanted to create more memories instead of writing my final goodbyes. I danced for you that final dance because it’s what you loved to do and was your favorite song thank you for not only look out and loving me as your own but also my family but most importantly my father and I ask that you keep him going I ask that you keep us going 💞 this feels so unreal you hit the world with this one we let you go home with a Big Bang like the well sharp man you were ❤️ This pain won’t ever be replace but your legacy shall live and I thank you and love you long give my uncle luc junior forever 🥀🕊please watch over my daddy I’m gonna miss you picking up and dropping off my father everyday and me just stopping to get that hug and smirk from you no matter if your busy or not you server so many with honor and pride so we had and will serve you sigh honor and pride I’ll never get tired of hearing your stories ❤️Your really gon Unc 💔

PAULINE SPENCER

January 17, 2020

I AM SO SHOCKED AND SADDENED BY LUC'S UNTIMELY PASSING.
IN FEBRUARY AND AGAIN IN SEPTEMBER OF LAST YEAR HE MADE THE FINAL ARRANGEMENTS FOR TWO OF MY FAMILY MEMBERS.
HE WAS THE MOST KIND, SINCERE, GRACIOUS, FRIENDLY, PROFESSIONAL MAN WITH WHOM I HAVE HAD TO DO BUSINESS. EVER!
HE TRULY IS A MAN WHO WALKED WITH GOD. I SAW IT IN HIS SMILE, IN HIS WALK, TALK, HOW HE CARRIED AND CONDUCTED HIMSELF. THE EPITOME OF PROFESSIONALISM AND GRACE.
HE IS A GREAT LOSS TO OUR COMMUNITY.
IN EARLY DECEMBER I STOPPED BY HIS OFFICE TO SAY HELLO AND THANK THEM FOR THE GREAT JOB THEY DID FOR MY FAMILY MEMBERS. I JOKED WITH HIM ABOUT TAKING HIM TO LONDON SO HE COULD SHOW THEM HOW IT IS DONE. LITTLE DID I KNOW THAT I WOULD NOT SEE HIM AGAIN.
BUT GOD WORKS IN MYSTERIOUS WAYS.
TO HIS FAMILY AND FRIENDS, MY FAMILY AND FRIENDS ARE SO SORRY FOR YOUR LOSS. WE PRAY THAT GOD WILL BLESS YOU, COMFORT AND PROTECT YOU.
HE IS SADLY MISSED.
REST IN PEACE WITH GOD LUC.

Mike Webb

January 17, 2020

I'm so sorry to hear that Luc passed on to a better life. We will all miss Luc; he touched so many of our lives. What I am feeling right now is hard to put into words. He left this earth too soon, gone from our sight, but never from our hearts. I will remember you forever.
R.I.P. Luc.

Mislene Dareus

January 17, 2020

Junior was a brother from the same Father. He would light up a room and bring joy no matter the situation. Our hearts are broken but find solace in knowing that he accepted Christ as his personal Savior. Our citizenship is in heaven and know that we will rejoice together once again. May the Lord strengthen the family and may we never forget how life is so precious.

Love, Dareus Family

Sharma B

January 17, 2020

Jun, I don’t have any words to describe how much of a light you have been in our lives. All the laughs, prayers, tears and moments we all shared will be remembered forever. Despite any situation you had that crazy faith in God. You taught us a lot when it came to our walk with him. That’s what stood out about you the most. We love you! 💙🕊May you Rest In Peace

Linda Lee

January 17, 2020

Wow, Luc I just saw you at Lauderdale Memorial Park when you came in and made a payment. we said we were going to get together with Santrecia after church one Sunday for brunch. I text you for the New Year not knowing this was going to be our last time communicating with each other.

The Bible declares in 2nd Corinthians 5:8 KJV " We are confident, I say, and willing rather to be absent from the body, and to be present with the Lord."
I thank God for the time we were allowed to be in class together at MDC. See ya my fellow LFD

Shelly-Ann Parkinson

January 17, 2020

Dear Luc,
It took me a while to write on here because I've been in disbelief that you are really no longer here in the physical. I am still trying to come to terms with the news that you left us so soon. But I know that its because God knows that you were ready and you had already done all your work here. And for that I can say, "Job well done, my friend."

I'm sure that everyone who has ever met you, can attest to that. You carried yourself with such dignity and class and always worked with the utmost professionalism. You were certainly the "go to" funeral director for those services that needed extra special attention. Even though you were always busy we would ask you anyway...just in case...and even when you couldn't physically be there, you would lend your advice on difficult cases. You my dear, was a class act like no other!

Your close friends Joanna and Wawah spoke of you like a brother and with such reverence. It was always so beautiful to be around you guys. I pray for their comfort and for your wife and children and close relatives at this time especially. May they find comfort and strength in knowing that you will always be with them in spirit through their memories and that you are resting eternally in the arms of the Lord.

Branda Dubreus

January 16, 2020

I'm still in disbelief that you're gone Luc. I didn't know you that well but everytime I see you you always carried a smile on your face. You're gone too soon but who we are to question God? My deepest condolences to the family and friends
Sleep well Luc🕊

Patrick Range Sr.

January 16, 2020

Luc Chery served his apprenticeship with Range Funeral Home in the beginning of his career in funeral service. As he progressed he endeared himself to all of us at Range as well as to the families that we served during his time with us. Luc was a very kind, efficient and concerned individual with a ready smile and compassionate heart. As he moved on to other firms within the industry he continued to show and share his dedicated spirit.

He will be greatly missed! Our love to Tracy, his beautiful children and his entire family. We will make a donation towards the education of his children with much love to Tracy

N. Patrick Range , And the entire Range Staff Family

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Biography

On March 8, 1983, the lives of Luc Germain Brevard Chery Sr. and Marie-Ange Mercier were forever changed by the arrival of their first son Luc Germain Brevard Chery Jr. who was a lifelong resident in of Miami, Florida. From the very beginning, Luc also known as Junior exhibited traits that allowed him to make an unforgettable impression on everyone she met.

Luc received his formal education at North Miami Senior High School in 2001 and later on earned an Associates of Science in Mortuary Science with a minor in Criminal Justice at Miami Dade College. He became a passionate and well-respected Funeral Director/Embalmer that served communities in and out of the United States for over 15 years. Through his hard work, passion, commitment, and his love for his career he received numerous accolades and awards. In his profession, he was assertive, professional, a leader, a counselor to the families, and created many friendships along the way. In October 2015, Luc accepted a job position as a Funeral Director with Star of David Funeral Chapel. During his tenure there, he was recognized for all his achievements and accomplishments with a promotion to be the Location Manager of Bailey Memorial Funeral Home in July 2017.Luc was also a part of The Haitian Chamber of Commerce and the Tamarac/ North Lauderdale Chamber of Commerce.

At a young age, he gave his life to his Lord and Savior Jesus Christ and served at his church First Church of God by Faith for over 24 years. Junior offered his time and functioned in numerous roles in his church as the Senior Treasurer, Praise and Worship Leader, Praise Dance Leader and the founder of Dancer for Christ (D4C), which was one of the first male dances, group in South Florida. He loved his church but most of all he loved God. At the age of eleven, he met his childhood friend Tracy-Ann Campbell Chery through a mutual friend and reunited after college in 2010. They grew in love and he took her hand in marriage and made her his wife on March 5, 2011. God blessed their marriage with their first-born son Liam J. Chery on August 4, 2015 and they welcomed their princess Abigail D. L. Chery on April 15, 2019 with unspeakable joy.

Luc loved his family and was everyone’s best friend. You were that “brother or sister from another mother”, as he would always say. He was kind, welcoming, loved and was incredibly patient. He was a helping hand in time of need. He was passionate about cultivating meaningful relationships and preached on love and forgiveness. His gift was helping those who were hurt and grieving finding ways to give them a sense of hope. Luc loved music, which helped him set the tone for his day. He also took pride on how he presented himself. Luc always looked clean, sharp, and well put together from head to toe. He loved to dance, often times smiled, and his presence would light up the room. He loved to travel and can speak to any random person and create a lasting relationship. If you knew Luc you know he would say: “Ou pa wont”, “That’s wet”, “Them lies” “Governor yourself accordingly” “You’re a poor excuse of a man” “That’s my jam” “Fresh” “It’s nippy outside” “Hey what’s boo”, “You know I’m bougie” “They don’t pay my bills”, if you were a wife “Hey first lady” and his famous saying at church and funerals that he directed “ I love you, God loves you, and there is nothing you can do about it”.

A few lines on a program are not adequate to fully describe the tremendous contribution that Junior made in his short thirty-six years of life. He was the radiant in darkness, laughter in tears, and hopes in despair. On January 5, 2020 he was called home to be with his Savior. In the flesh, he will be missed but he will forever live in our hearts and memories.

He leaves to mourn his Wife: Tracy-Ann Campbell-Chery, Children: Liam J. Chery and Abigail D. L. Chery, Parents: Luc G. Chery Sr. and Marie-Ange Mercier, Brothers: Endy Merus and Jermaine Chery, Sisters: Natacha Chery, Barbara Bailey, Stephanie Belizaire, Nephews: Marcus Moise, King Merus, Semaj Neal, Aaron Bailey, Avery Bailey, Niece: Ariah Bailey, Grandmother: (late) Anne Marie Faremise Roberts, Aunts: Nadia Mercier, Raymond Rigodon, Margaret Chery, Ronald Chery, Carmelite Chery, Surprise Thelusma, Pierline Chery, Michele Chery, Winifred Robert, Brevinya Chery, Uncles: (late) Frantz Joseph, Gordy Mercier, Ronald Chery, Princeton Chery, a host of cousins, extended relatives, church family, and amazing friends.

The bible says, many are called, but few are chosen and Luc you were definitely chosen. We all love you and miss you so much right now.