Marialie Pierre-Louis Julmiste Was Born on May 6, 1950 in Haiti. She immigrated to the United States in the late 1970’s. She was First Lady and founder of Bethel Church of God and devoutly supported her spouse Rev. Antoine Julmiste. She was a pillar in her community and served others with a generosity and love that was always reflected through her smile. Her numerous gifts and talents are too many to list. She worked as a Licensed Certified Home Aide and provided a loving home for her family and six children.
She was known as a strong gentle spirit, her children called her an Amazon warrior. Like an elephant, she was majestic, gentle, quite but strong. She was a true servant and caregiver always considering the needs of others and finding ways to bring people together with the focus being joy, harmony and Love.
In her final hour, she noted that she is at peace and is not afraid of death and God’s will be done. She is now a spirit that can flow through the breeze, a ray of sunlight or song in your heart. We will forever hold her memory close and keep her legacy of Love, Light and Laughter forevermore.
She is survived by: Rev. Antoine Julmiste (Spouse), Wilna Julmiste Taylor ( daughter), Paul Christopher Taylor (son-in-law), John Tomas Taylor(grandson), Julia Marielle Taylor(granddaughter), Paul Robert Julmiste (son,) Fabienne Julmiste (daughter-in-law), Rogernelie Farrah Belin (granddaughter), Rose Farrah Belin (great-Grand), Leah Naomi Julmiste (granddaughter), Malachi Fabien Julmiste (grandson), Anne Priscille Sims (daughter), George Ervin Sims (Son-in-Law), Layla Victoria Sims (granddaughter), Kendall Elizabeth Sims (granddaughter), Moise Eli Julmiste (Son), Jean Luc Julmiste (Son), Cristina Julmiste (daughter-in-law) Isaiah Luc Julmiste (grandson), William Colon (grandson), Marialie Julmiste (granddaughter), Pierre Ronald Julmiste (son), Barbara Gilmonio (daughter-in-law) Julien Julimiste (grandson), Pax Julmiste (grandson), Mya Julmiste (granddaughter), nieces and nephews, Ophenide, Shella, Allison, Larry, Gino, Gerda and Endue in the Bahamas, Marie (sister), Petola( Niece) ( Great nieces-Leonine, Lena, and Danny, Stephanie, Daphne in Florida and several of the Pierre-Louis Family- Special Thank you to the Church members of Bethel Church of God, All the Women, Children and Men who supported the First Lady, You will forever hold a special place in our heart. To send the family a condolence, please visit www.bradleyfuneralhomes.com.
Services for Marialie will be private
Graveside service will be private
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