Gladys Chrispin

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Gladys Chrispin was born in Port-Au-Prince, Haiti to Helene Ceda and St. Jean Nicolas on September 29th, 1948. Gladys migrated to the United States in 1970. She was married to Montreuil Chrispin, as a result of that union they had two children; Pascale and Marthine. Gladys was known to many as hardworking and a loving woman. She was ready to answer the call of many who reached out to her. Gladys touched the lives of many and she was always eager to lend a helping hand through her generosity.  Throughout the years, Gladys worked hard to support her family, and accomplish her dreams and aspirations. Gladys was a caring and supportive person. Gladys will be greatly missed by her family and friends.  She is survived by her husband Montreuil Chrispin, and her children Pascale Chrispin-Paul and Marthine Chrispin. Son-in-law Wensly Paul and her loving grandchildren Yahzmeen and Alissa Paul. Her brothers,  sisters and brother-in-law; Emmanuel Ceda, Sylverine Simon, Jean-Claude Nicolas, Claudette Nicolas, and Marie Helene Raphael and her husband Ritzner Raphael.             Gladys had many loving nieces and nephews. Natacha Rapheal, Ranessa Raphael, Ritzner Raphael Jr., Jessie Juene, Manoucheka Presume, Jean Eric Simon Jr., Yves V Simon, Marie Judith Simon, Barbara Cheri, Claudine Nicolas, Suzelle Saint-Eloi and Yves Andre Jean-Louis. Special acknowledgements:  Ronald Chrispin, Eddie Chrispin, Suzette Chrispin, Elvyre Chrispin, Guirline Charles,  Elsie Berrouet, Regine Revellus, and Frantz Guillaume; as well as extended family and friends.

~ Gladys was a phenomenal woman who touched many hearts,

she will be greatly missed. ~