Louis Jackson Daniel 36, of Richmond, VA passed away peacefully on Tuesday November 28, 2023, at his home, in Henrico, VA. He was a beloved son, brother, brother-in-law, partner, and father.
Jackson was born on October 31, 1987, in Carrefour, Haiti to Tresaille Daniel and Marie Sonia Saint-Hubert. He was the 4th of seven children; his sisters, Aslene Daniel Rhau, Myriam Daniel Martelly, Judith Daniel Garçon-Paul, Irlande Daniel Joseph, Kerene Saint-Hubert Dor; and his only brother, Sony Saint-Hubert. Jackson was also brother to Fabienne Daniel Bien-Aime, Marie Suzette Daniel Saint Juste, and Marie Suzie Daniel Jean-Baptiste. He loved and cherished them all.
Jackson was a man of character, and loving. Jackson immigrates to the U.S. March 2007, where he joined his mother and sister Judith, in Richmond VA. Soon after his arrival, he found his soulmate, Tiffany Grimes, who he always called "Diane". When all of Jackson's family moved out of Richmond, Jackson decided to stay because of his love for Tiffany. The two lived together as a loving family for 15 years; it was there that Jackson found love, life, smile and laughter. With his queen Tiffany, he also found his little princess Rosalina Marie Daniel and his prince Jackson David Daniel.
Louis accomplished many great things during his lifetime. He enjoyed crafting, painting, writing, singing and dancing; many of these skills he picked up while attending a program at an Orphanage, in Haiti. He was a successful craftman. Many of Jackson's crafted pieces were sold in different places; Haiti and in the U.S.
Additionally, Jackson took pleasure in invention and cooking. Jackson had two different inventions in process; a sport gear and a Special windshield. He was a great chef at the MARRIOTT. He was very good at transforming his cooking by utilizing his art skills. He was also good at turning anything that is recyclable into a masterpiece.
Jackson was a man of his word. When he said he would do something, he made sure he completed the task.
He loved Haiti. Even though Jackson lived in the U.S, he always knew what was happening in Haiti. He had a strong connection with his family and friends living in Haiti.
Moreover, Jackson was also a spiritual man. He loved praying continuously for strength and guidance. His last conversation with family focused on him bettering his spiritual life and becoming a more supportive person.
Jackson survived by his loving Tiffany Grimes, and his son and daughter. Also, cherishing his nephews and nieces; Harrison Rhau, Alvin Rhau, Alexandre Rhau, Eureka Rhau; Natania Garçon-Paul, Nasha Garçon- Paul; Jeremiah Saint-Hubert, Elias Saint-Hubert, Pierre-Isaac Saint-Hubert, Noah Saint-Hubert; Faith Amazan, Fate Dor, Anabele Dor, Blondel Joseph; Havah Nissi Saint Juste, Réïna Beautie Bien-Aimé, and Christelle Bien-Aimé.
To continue, he cherished his sisters and brother-in-laws.
Jackson also cherished his Richmond brothers and sisters. His friends whom he valued.
Relatives and friends are cordially invited to attend services on Friday, December 29, 2023, from 11:00 a.m. until 12:30 a.m. in the "Memorial Chapel" of the Joseph Jenkins jr. Funeral Home, 2011 Grayland Avenue, Richmond, VA followed by graveside services at Riverview Cemetery, Richmond, VA