Elifaite Dieujuste

Elifaite Dieujuste born on August 11, 1954 in Machard- Dessalines, Haiti to his late parents Luzina  and Cedieu Dieujuste. There is always that one special family member that stands out purely for his or her genuine and loving nature. Elifaite holds this seat and beyond among his loved ones, he is remembered  as loving, smart outgoing and hard- working hustler doing what it takes to provide for his family and most importantly accomplishing his goals and dreams. He is remembered by his children Benedicte Dieujuste, Donald Dieujuste, Jonathan Padmore, Richard Dieujuste, and Elijah Dieujuste as a loving, caring, & supportive father whom is always there to advise, listen and simply just be Daddy. He is remembered by his grand-children Treon Washington, Jasmar Patterson Jr., DaVon Dieujuste and Mah’lia Dieujuste. Grandpa and memorable summer vacation trips to Boynton, Florida  where they spent countless times together enjoying the sun and everything beneath it. He is revered by his surviving sisters, Claire Dieujuste , Marie- Yolene Dieujuste, and Felina Laurent & brothers,  Damocles Dieujuste and Arnould Cadet as the brother who can be counted on through thick and thin. Elifaite leaves behind a rich legacy filled with hope, greatness and love because of his dedication to life, family and being a respected hard-worker. After growing up in Haiti affectionately nicknamed Elie at 24 in 1978 he travelled to the Caribbean island of Guadeloupe with his child’s mother and had little to no money but knowing Elie he had a plan. Upon entering the island Elie quickly was hired for a retail store selling clothing, as Elie worked for a few years he was anxious and excited for the birth of their first child, Benedicte Dieujuste in 1981. Elie was enamored by his baby girl and immediately wanted a new kind of life for his family…like only Elie could he made his way to United Stated and settled in Boston, MA. He worked odd jobs, as a janitor at City Hall and a City of Boston school bus driver. Elie continued to work hard and develop a love for real estate and specifically buying abandoned properties and  rehabbing them from scratch and later selling them. He was successful at the craft; he became a guru in the real estate market and everyone turned to Elie for rehab projects and selling of properties. He was a natural and did it effortlessly. Over his years he excitedly welcomed four sons  and continued to conquer the Real Estate industry and Hustle like only Elie could. Elie relocated to Boynton, FL where he worked and lived for eight years to accomplish his final goals and  to then return to his native, Haiti and build a comfortable home for his family to enjoy and he can spend his days living easy. Sadly his dream was not realized and came to a sudden end on August 29th, 2012 at 8:12am at JFK Hospital in Atlantis, Florida with his daughter Benedicte Dieujuste, son Donald Dieujuste, sister Marie – Yolene, brother Anould and niece Julia by his side. Elie was truly a business man, a great person and a man of pride and integrity. A lover of arts, entertainment & education. A  great guy who enjoyed working hard to provide for his family, He loved his brothers and sisters dearly and adored his children. Elie will be remembered forever  and his legacy shall live on through his children and family. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated in Saint Matthew’s Church, Stanton Street, Dorchester, Saturday September 15 at 9:00 AM. Relatives and friends invited. Visiting hours at Dolan Funeral Home, 1140 Washington Street, DORCHESTER LOWER MILLS, Friday 6-9 PM. Interment Saint Michael’s Cemetery, Roslindale.