Joseph Aristobert Julmice was born on November 29, 1925, in Bas Limbe, Haiti. He spent his childhood and adolescent years in Haiti where he received his primary education at National school of Bas Limbe. In 1946 he married Elpricia Cadet, the love of his life. In May 2014, He came to the United States to live with his family. When he was in Haiti, he worked so hard to take care of his dear family.
Joseph Aristobert always found away to understand the hearts and minds of people, working with them and encouraging them. He did not waste his kind, thoughtful, and considerate qualities. There was no doubt that his sense of
humor and power of language made people happy. He thrived on love and appreciation while laughter brought out his spontaneity, creativity and sense of fun which helped others relax and feel comfortable with him. These same qualities are found today in his legacy of children and grandchildren he left behind. Joseph Aristobert’s core purpose was to inspire and uplift others to see a happier perspective of life.
As a father, brother, cousin, and so many other roles, his most prized role was being a father.There was never a moment missed where he did not brag about his children and their accomplishments, which only was possible due to the many sacrifices he made throughout his life. No matter what happened, who came and left, what he had or did not have, he knew that he raised 8 beautiful children with the type of strength and resilience that you would only read about. He was a leader, full of wisdom and loyal to the core. He married the love of his life Elpricia Cadet.
He leaves behind:
Daughters: Mrs. Marie Julmice Laguerre, Mrs. Mucilia Julmice Casseus,and Mrs. Philomene Julmice Prophete; His sons: Arilus Julmice and Elcius Julmice.; Sons-in law: Julien St-Amour, Theopha Casseus, Claude Prophete; Daughters-in-law: Marguerite Julmice and Delivrance Julmice; His grandchildren: Cedius Paterson and family, Roseline Paterson and family, Rosemene Paterson and family, Antoine Paterson and family, Mrs. Fabius and family, Mrs. Renoir and Family, Mrs. Ola and family, Leonel Paterson and family, Gilsaint St-Amour and family, Pierrecius St-Amour, John St-Amour, Darline Trevan and family, Edgard St-Amour , Doctor Jehowil Laguerre and family, Wesline Laguerre, Wadenise and family, Theomene Orelus and family, Adeline Osirus and family, Theophile Casseus and family, Rodner Casseus, Guy Casseus and family, Cathie Julmice and family, Alinx Julmice and family, Shayane, Elcie and Danash Julmice, and his dear sister who is living in Haiti, Alide Louis, along with a host of other relatives, extended grandchildren, nephews, nieces, god daughters, cousins, friends and community.