Guy Beaubrun

 

Sunrise: April 16,1977                                                                                                    Sunset: July 8, 2018

Guy Beaubrun, the owner of Little Saints Transportation, died unexpectedly on July 8, 2018, at the age of 41. Guy is survived by his parents Sainrilus and Marie Beaubrun; and his fiancée, Janelle Clervil. His seven children, Moreena Emile, Lynelle Clervil, Guy Beaubrun Jr., Nathan Clervil, Bryanna Beaubrun, Zion Beaubrun and Nicolas Beaubrun. His siblings, Bernard Beaubrun, Guirlene Beaubrun and Stephanie Clermont. His nephews Marcus and Isaiah, niece Annalie, brother-in-law Roger Moise, and a host of family and friends.

Guy Beaubrun was born on Saturday, April 16, 1977, in Leogan Haiti; the second son of Sainrilus and Marie Beaubrun. Guy as a child loved the ocean and treasured the time he spent in Leogan with his grandparents and siblings.  Guy was always happy and adventurous. His adventurous spirit continued as Guy, and his siblings migrated to the United States on April 16, 1995.

Guy graduated from Hyde Park High School in 1999, establishing friendships with Claudy Paul and Clifton Italien; bonds that would last a lifetime. After high school, Guy went on to attend ITT Tech and determined at that point he wanted to be self-employed. That drive led him to establish Little Saints Transportation; a successful business he ran up until the time of his death. Little Saints not only transported countless children but with Guy at the helm and heart, left an impact on the entire community. In keeping with his entrepreneurial spirit Guy was a Constable, Notary Public, and Driver Instructor. Guy held many licenses including his license to carry, 7D and CDL.

He was a family man. In addition to being a loving and devoted son, he was a brother and friend to all who were blessed enough to know him. Above all else Guy was a Father! Parenting not only his children but, all of those he mentored, fostered or otherwise took under his wing; always with a smile and never an unkind word. Those who knew Guy still reflect on his big smile, easy demeanor, and HUGE Heart.

While the world knew Guy for his heart and smile, those who truly knew him recognized Janelle Clervil, as the reason for his smile.  As the love of his life, together they completed each other. Guy will be deeply missed by his family, friends, and community.

Visitation will be on Saturday July 14, 2018  from 9:30-10:30am in Saint Peter’s Church, Dorchester.  Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated in Saint Peter’s Church Saturday at 10:30am.  Interment is private.

 

The ultimate measure of a man is not where he stands in moments of comfort and convenience but where he stands at times of challenge and controversy. – Martin Luther King Jr.