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1954 Jean 2023

Jean Alago Viaud

November 30, 1954 — August 30, 2023

Indianapolis

 

Jean Alago Viaud was born on November 30, 1954, in Port-au-Prince, Haiti to his parents Duperval Merozier and Marie Violette Viau. He was the first child to this couple who together have seven children. He has other siblings from his mother's side and father's side as well. His brothers and sisters: Aphida Guillaume, Joubert Guillaume, Marie Luceline Viau, Marie Claudette Pierre Canel, Marie Fleurette Pierre Canel, Jean Aguilel viaud, Jean Lanose Viau, Unive Viau, Marie Carole Merosier, Marie Josee Merosier, and Jean Bertrand Merozier love him. Jean Alago Viaud was raised in the countryside of Haiti called Arcahaie where he lived out his adolescence and the beginning of his adult years. He was jovial, pleasant, and easily connected with people. His friends from the assembly can tell more about how this man was an excellent father and husband. He loved playing soccer and joking around with his family and his friends.

 

Jean Alago Viaud was very passionate about technology. Early in his life, he wanted to follow Benjamin Franklin’s steps. He went to a technical school where he learned about a fascinating topic in science, which was electricity. He graduated as an electrician and was very happy about it.  Jean Alago was engaged and married a beautiful lady from his hometown Arcahaie. Her name is Marie Therese Solange Sanon, and they have two beautiful girls Marie Viergella Godina and Dordly. Jean Alago alias Go for his friends and family was a very caring and loving father. He always takes care of his family. He used to cook and help his daughters with her homework. After many years of marriage, his wife passed away and left him with the two girls. At this time, he was determined to do whatever it took to provide food and shelter for his family. He was always there for them.

In 2005, Go moved to the United States of America where his mother Marie Violette was living. It was a new journey for him as a single father pursuing the American dream. He did not have the chance to go back to school; instead, he worked daily to care for his daughters. He wanted the girls to achieve their educational goals. He dedicated all his life to working very hard because he wanted to make the world a better place for his family. Go was a loving father who expressed his love and provided time for his family and friends. If you knew Go, you would for sure know that nothing could ever take away his love for people regarding their gender, skin color, economic background, or sexual orientation.

 

Life is not always what we expect to be. Go became sick, suddenly had a heart attack, and passed away on August 30, 2023. Go was preceded in death by his wife Marie Therese Solange, his mother Marie Violette, and his brother Joubert. We know for sure that goodbyes are tough to say; however, we want to say that Jean Alago Viaud is not gone. He remains in the minds, hearts, and lives of his children, grandchildren, friends, and every member of his family. Go, we honor and cherish your memory. May your spirit live on forever in our hearts and soul? Rest in peace beloved brother. You are gone but never forgotten!

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Friday, September 8, 2023

4:00 - 8:00 pm (Eastern time)

Flanner Buchanan- Oaklawn Memorial Gardens (Conner Suite)

9700 Allisonville Road, Indianapolis, IN 46250

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Funeral Service

Saturday, September 9, 2023

Starts at 9:00 am (Eastern time)

Flanner Buchanan- Oaklawn Memorial Gardens (Conner Suite)

9700 Allisonville Road, Indianapolis, IN 46250

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