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Johanne BienAime was born on January 21, 1973 of Rubens and Mona Desormeaux BienAime. At a very young age Johanne demonstrated a passion for cooking, dance, hair and numbers. She was baptized at the age of 14. Following high school, Johanne obtained a Bachelor in Accounting and Communications. Johanne worked as an office manager at Kaimans Neurological Center in Long Island New York. She married her sweetheart Jan Mitchell Jasmin on January 14, 1999 and three children were born to the couple. After the birth of her children, Johanne felt it was necessary to devote her time and energy to her family. She was highly interested in fashion and interior design. She was generous and donated time to causes she was impressed by as a volunteer, which gained her several plaques, accolades and respect of all. Johanne was a loyal friend and treated everyone with dignity and honor.
Johanne is survived by her husband Jan Mitchell Jasmin, her children Jonathan, Jane-Irene and Jacob Jasmin. Her Sister Daniele Hannah BienAime, Her nieces Arielle and Dominique Joasil, her brothers Erventz BienAime and Jean-Paul. Her brother in law Jean Edward Jasmin and his wife Samantha Jasmin., her aunt and uncle Pastor Arnold and Myrtha Corbier. Her uncles Dr. Jude Desormeaux and Benjamin Chery. Her great aunt Mrs. Andre Bodkin. Her cousins Daniel and Ari Desormeaux, Dr. Paul Corbier, Dr. John Corbier, Daniel Corbier, David Corbier, Rachel Bodkin, Siergie Toussaint, Dr. Nicole Prudent, Franzie Prudent, Jocelyn Kebreau, Michelle, Therese and Moises Tirado. Danielle and Gladys Desormeaux, Judy Desormeaux, Cynthia Milord, Kainah Joseph. Her godmother Jacqueline Laroche and her godsister Jhenny Laroche-Joseph.
Special thanks to Elder Barbara Smoot, Pastor and Mrs. Johnson Cesar, Sister Robinson, Sister Fils, Sister Deborah, Sister and Brother Deli, Pastor and Mrs. Brown, Elder Pickett and Sister Rose Pickett. Breath of Life Seventh Day Adventist and Salem Seventh Day Church for their undeniable support and love demonstrated during Johanne’s illness.