Aniel Altine was born September 8, 1959 to the Late Joseph Metellus and the Late Mary Altine in St. Mark, Haiti. Aniel relocated to Miami, Florida at a young age. He later relocated to Dade City, Florida where he met and made many lasting friendships. Aniel was employed with Robbins Manufacturing for the past 3 years. Aniel was a hard worker and provided for his family. He will be missed by all who knew and loved him dearly. He was preceded in death by both parents; and his son, LeMarkis Hammond. He is survived by his loving and devoted children, Rigobento Altine (Sergina) of Bradenton, FL, Sherley Altine Toussaint (Jean) of Bradenton, FL, Marie Soledad Dorvilus (Yliovil) of Miami Gardens, FL and Vestamia Altine Chery (Begomy) of Chile; 1 step-daughter, Ernalee Cadett; grandchildren, Tanesha Dorvilus, Dorvens Dorvilus, Wamnatgy Poby, Giovony Altine, Neila Chery, Ayana Altine, and Keandra Altine; 1 aunt, Alourze Altine of Miami, FL; girlfriend, Margarette Michel; a special friend of over 42 years, Lenny Louis; x-wife, Mona Altine Nacius; a special cousin, Chantal Altine; longtime devoted friends, Alice Johnson and Patricia Stewart; and a host of other sorrowing relatives and special friends.
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