Born in Lagonave, (Palma) Haiti, on May 16, 1965, Fritz Gerald Cinada began his journey through life. On March 11, 2011, Fritz decided to migrate to the United States for better opportunities. Amongst four siblings Fritz was the third oldest child of father Dieuveille Cinada and mother Elianne Simon, who are also with us in spirit.
Fritz was an amazing husband, father, family member, friend and employee. Over the course of seventeen years, Fritz had the opportunity to grow with his employer Marriott Hotels. Fritzwas a dedicated employee who was loved by his Marriott family and will also be missed by his managers as well as the many hordes of fellow co-workers.
Fritz life would seem too short to many, but those who were touched by him understood that the quality of his existence far exceeds the quantity of time in which one lives. Fritz shared an interest in soccer and dominoes. He vacationed in Haiti every year, and recently gained a new interest in his family’s non-profit organization “Lagonave Noukapab” where he last shared a memorable experience in August 2019 during a family trip of giving back to the children of Haiti. Fritz laughter brought so much joy. He gave us all such courage and hope and reminded us of the preciousness of life. His legacy shall live on.
On Thursday morning September 26, 2019, Fritz sadly passed away, leaving to treasure his precious memories are hisremaining family members: His devoted wife of thirty eightyears Jeanise, his loving children Jean Chrislor, Jacksirode, James, Therson. His charming Daugther-in-laws Holdine and Desiree Cinada, His most beloved Grand children Holdenskyand Jalina Cinada, and his encouraging Siblings Jean Guy (Gitember), Voltaire, and Rosenie Cinada, valuable best friends Elireste, Olson, Samuel and Tithe.
Fritz will be missed by all of his surviving family members andfriends, his infectious laughter will continue to be heard in years to come as they reflect in the fond memories that he leavesbehind to be treasured.
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