Michel Anilus was born to the parentage of Jesus Anilus and Loriys Yasaint on November 19, 1960 in Port de Paix, Haiti. “Ti Binbin”, as he was affectionately called by his family and friends, completed his primary and secondary education in Haiti. In 1987, a new life began as our Heavenly Father guided Michelinto making the United States of America his permanent home.
As a loving and caring man, Michel married the love of his life, Marie Francois, in March of 1996. He brought his other children he had in Haiti and the Lord continued to bless Michel with two more wonderful children. Michel was a hard working husband and father who strived to succeed and who cared deeply for his wife and children. He loved his family and his family loved and cherished him in return. They will always remember him as the devoted, dedicated, hardworking, loving husband, father, son, brother, uncle, nephew, cousin and friend that he was.
Michel had such a giving heart and an amazing personality. He was always the man you could depend on to help with anything and everything. He loved music, dancing and spending time with his family and friends. Most of all he loved working and earning what he worked hard for.
On Friday, June 28th, 2019, Michel Anilus entered into paradise. We know that he is gone in flesh, but he will always be in our hearts. His kindness can never be replaced.
He leaves to cherish his loving memories:
Wife: Marie D Anilus; Children: Gaylene John, Ginette Charles, Markenson Anilus, Nicolas Celoi, Mikenson Anilus, Ivena Celoi, Luxon Anilus, Junior Celoi, Paulna Lorimaire, Michelle Anilus, & Jerry Anilus; Grandchildren: Luxon Anilus Jr., Angelot Janvier, Mikenson Anilus,
Luther Anilus, Reginald Janvier Jr., Michael Janvier, Fagina Janvier, Micah Janvier, Kyhionna Anilus, & Leah Anilus; Sibling: Hema Delice & Arsene Delice; along with a host of other relatives and friends.