Magny Romain was the Son of the late Demonceour Vixamar and Phyllise Romain. He studied his primary at the Catholic School of Port-de-Paix and his secondary at the Lycee Tertullian Guilaud on the same city, but his final grade (Philosophy) at les Normaliens Reunis, a Prestigious Secondary School at the Haitian Capital (Port -Au -Prince). After having obtained his high School diploma, he was sent to South Columbia to study Chemistry at Libie University of Bogota. Desiring to do better, he entered to the United States of America and resided in Baltimore Maryland where he continued higher studies and obtained a master degree in Management, then a PHD at District Columbia University in Washington DC. He taught beyond two decades at Bell Multicultural High School in Washington D. C.
Between being a good patriot, he frequently travelled to Haiti to see what contribution he would be able to give to his Homeland.
While deciding to return in Haiti for good, he married Sandra Macena the mother of his four children. He had been actively engaged in education all his life. He was the owner and the founder of a Prestigious Secondary School in the City of Port-de-Paix, College Magny Romain.
He had a life full of hope and dreams for his family. Magny truly loved his wife and his children beyond measure. These beloved being, were the center of life. But to be with the Lord is a sweeter environment where joy will be Eternal where love dwells forever. He will be for always in his family mind.
Oh ! Si mes propos pouvaient être écrits, s’ils étaient graves dans un livre !
Qu’avec un burin de fer et avec du plomb ils soient pour toujours tailles dans le roc. ! Mais je sais que mon Rédempteur est vivant et qu’il se lèvera les derniers sur la terre. Après que ma peau aura été détruite ; moi-même en personne je contemplerai Dieu.
Job 19 :23-26 Oh, that my words were recorded,
that they were written on a scroll,
24 that they were inscribed with an iron tool on lead,
or engraved in rock forever!
25 I know that my redeemer lives,
and that in the end he will stand on the earth.
26 And after my skin has been destroyed,
yet in my flesh I will see God;
Sincere condolences to the Romain family. To his loving wife: Sandra Romain; his twin brother: Fred Romain, Euginia Romain, Marie Romain, Micheline Romain, Florise Cabrouet, children, grandchildren, nephews, nieces, cousins, and close friends who are effected by his death.
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