July 30, 2011
Several hundred friends traveled to St. Pierre to say good bye to their old friend Max Guy Menard, a Colonel in the Forces Armees d’Haiti. Guy recently lost an ongoing battle with diabetes that had ravaged his body for several years. Insulin was in short supply and he was forced to get by without or, on lucky occasions, split his available medicine in half, to make it last longer. Such is the situation in Haiti where many die simply because there is no medicine when required.
Guy Menard was one of the good people who believed in their country and did their best to make it work.
He will be missed
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The death of someone close to us leave us shocked with grief.
Guy-Max Menard, my father-in-law alias ” Peu”(pere), was the Dad that everyone would wish to have.I remember when we’re going through difficult times, He’ll always seemed so calm, but deep down he was so concerned.And no matter how serious things were, He always seemed prepared.That’s Papi! The father of us all…
We can never understand how one minute this person was here and the next they are gone. The truth is that those we love are never truly gone. The body may have run its course, but the soul lives forever.
You’ll always be remembered <3 Cla*
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