Marie Louise Uranie Pierre (Cadet), was born in the village of Batte near Les Cayes, Haiti on September 5, 1930 to the late Mr. Lucrèce and Mrs. Marie Louise Phanie Pierre. She accepted Jesus Christ as her personal Savior over a decade earlier. She departed this life on September 29, 2020 in Medford, Massachusetts, after a long illness when she heard the voice of her Lord saying: Come to me and rest.
She has left to cherish her memories her children: Carmelle Conde-Melifonwu (sp: Benedict), Carline Cadet, Lucie Cadet, and Pierre-Michel Cadet of Massachusetts; her eight grandchildren, and one greatgrandchild; as well as her surviving sisters Lhénie and Sara Pierre; her brothers Rubel and Alfred Pierre; and many cousins, nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her siblings: Eligène, Imène, Joseph, Luce, and Albert Pierre, along with her oldest daughter, Rose-Marie known as Perpétue.
Mom’s gigantic personality, wealth of selflessness, and friendly smile will be sorely missed by all who knew her, and especially her family. May God and the angels in heaven embrace her to welcome her home. Mom, I love you, rest in peace! In closing, on behalf of our entire family, I would like to thank all of you from the bottom of my heart for your presence and support during our time of sorrow. May the Lord bless all of you and keep you safe. Once again, thank you!
Relatives and friends are cordially invited to attend the visiting hours on Saturday, October 10 from 8-10AM at the West Medford Baptist Church, 59 Boston Ave., Medford, followed by a Funeral Service beginning at 10AM.
Burial will follow in Oak Grove Cemetery.
It is very hard for me to say goodbye to my mom. We wish that so much
of her life had not been at Medford Rehab; instead it should’ve been at home
with us. While we know that she is at peace and that her struggles are over,
there is pain and sadness. Even though she is gone, she has left the legacy of
her love and perseverance. The ways she touched my life will remain forever.
It took me patience, perseverance and love to care for my mom at the
Nursing Home every day. There was a beauty and a satisfaction in seeing her
encouragement, and the result of my labor came to fruition. Peacefulness
always came over me as I cared for her well-being especially, when I was
giving her a shower. I couldn’t help but feeling that taking care of my mom
brought heaven nearer and made God so real to me. It was a blessing being
with my mom, and that was what I enjoyed the most. What a wonderful lesson
she gave me -- Any little thing someone did for her, she always said thanks
and blessed the person.
Her children and her family meant so much to her. I was able to
spend a wonderful and unusually long time with her on her last day. She died
in my hands. The love she showed me will live on and be with me even though
she has gone to be with the Lord.
I LOVE YOU SO MUCH MOM …. HUGS AND KISSES.