Patrick Dejour Obituary
Patrick Carl Joseph Dejour was born in Port au Prince, Haiti on March 16, 1963. Pat lived in Haiti until the age of 5 and then migrated with his grandmother, Urice Smith on July 20, 1968, to the U.S. to join his parents already residing in the U.S. He attended Sts. Joachim and Anne elementary school and Bayside High School in Queens, NY. He received a certification as a computer technician and worked in that field until he joined the army in 1987. He served for 3 years at Ft. Riley, Kansas. While in the army, Pat met Cynthia Smith and the 2 wed on February 6, 1988. Pat and Cindy were married for 17 years and were truly inseparable. They had 4 beautiful children and were in business as a "power couple, a.k.a. Pinky and the brain" for years. As an entrepreneur and top producing network marketer Pat built huge teams both domestically and internationally of over 200,000 clients. Pat moved to Florida in 2000 and made his life there living in Plantation and Tamarac. After his split with Cindy, he spent 12 years and many good times with with his second partner Laura Young.
He enjoyed spending quality time with his family and friends on the beach and at his Dad's vacation home in Marco Island. He mentored many and motivated people to reach their full potential. Everyone loved Pat and he always made you feel welcomed in his home. Pat lived his best life on his terms always happy.
Pat is survived by his parents Jacqueline Allie-Khan and Carlo Dejour, his ex-wife Cynthia Smith, his 4 children : Samantha, Rebecca, Patrick Jr, Jessica, 5 grandchildren and a 6th one on the way, his siblings: Carole, Philippe, TiCarlo, Marilyn, Margie, nieces, nephews and other family and friends.
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Shoes to Fill
Both literally and metaphoric,
I went to your home and took what you had left behind,
We wear the same size but I could never fill your shoes.
You were a mentor and a guide through life's toughest moments,
But to be left here without you I have no where to turn,
So I look within,
With all I have,
To be strong for the girls.
If I'm honest, I'm broken,
We share the same name, the same blood in our veins,
We are alike in ways I'll never understand,
And I've inherited you in every way.
It breaks my heart, I can't change my face,
Because I know when I take a look,
Or crack a smile,
Or say that particular expression,
They see you in me; a painful reminder, but a happy memory.
So just as you have always been, and taught us to be,
I too will smile and be happy,
Because the last thing you would have wanted is your son left in misery.
Dad, I know you're gone, you can't hear or see this,
But I want you to know, I love you.
More than life itself.
If I could change places I would, just to give you back to the world.
But you have taken a step further than I ever have,
A step you can't take back,
And for me to take your place in heaven,
Those would be shoes too great for me to fill.
You're an angel, and I will always love you with the entirety of my soul.
Patrick Dejour II
You finally got the family reunion you always wanted Dad. We love you so much and your memory will love on through us forever. ❤️
I am so sorry for your great loss. May the God who “binds up the broken-hearted” and “comforts all who mourn” sustain you during this difficult time. Isa. 61:1,2
We are sorry for the loss of your brother. Please know we are praying for you and your family to deal with this horrible situation. Please remember the promise from our God of the resurrection hope!
Love you always Uncle Pat ❤️
In all the years I have known Pat I have never seen him angry he was always smiling and making sure everyone around him was having a good time . He always made me and my family felt welcome. He will truly be missed. Beverlyn
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We love you Dad and you will be deeply missed.
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