Loving Son, Brother, Father, Soulmate and Friend
Eddy Puez was born on February 13, 1984 in Port-au-Prince, Haiti to father Ernest Puez and mother Venice Ezna. He came to the United States with his mother in 1992 and settled in Chicago, Illinois.
Eddy attended Senn High School in Chicago. He had a love of sports and played football, baseball and soccer in his youth. He was always known to get excited about sporting events, and especially loved college football.
Eddy later moved to Rockford, Illinois to be closer to his family. He attended Rock Valley College where he took courses in mechanical engineering and filmmaking. Eddy believed that everyone had a powerful story to tell and he dreamed of bringing these stories to light through interviews and film. He was talented in math and loved expressing himself through art and music.
Eddy’s true passion and life’s work was a love of people. He embodied the essence of the words “family” and “community”. He was looked to as a leader; he always spoke honestly and stayed positive. Eddy cared deeply for his friends and family and would do anything for them; he found joy in helping people. He was the person to call any time of day if anything was needed from help moving to a good laugh.
Eddy departed this life on June 19, 2020. He leaves to cherish his memory his mother, Venice, father Ernest and stepfather Elve, his significant other Kristi, his two daughters Miranda and Zena, his brothers Alex (Atavia) and Venel, his sisters Ruth, Rhode (Donnell), Elvenice, Debora, Milca and Ketura, his nieces Alicia and Arielle, and his nephews Jeremiah, Isaiah and Hayden and a host of friends.
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