Phania Alexis was born in Cap-Haitian, Haiti, on December
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6, 1982, to Philomise Manasse and Calvince Alvin Alexis.
Phania attended College Regina Assumpta in Haiti from
kindergarten to her junior year of high school. Throughout
her life in Haiti, she was a church member of Premiere
Eglise Baptiste, Rue 14K. In 2003, Phania came to the
U.S., for a better life. She graduated from Continental
After a gradual decline in health, Phania Alexis crossed
the great divide the morning of November 1, 2020. She
was surrounded and supported by her loving family and
caregivers during the last days of her life. Phania Alexis was
a wonderful wife, mother, daughter, sister, aunt, cousin, and
friend. Above all, she was a devoted and faithful Christian.
Phania left behind to mourn: her parents: Philomise and
Calvince Alexis; her husband: Steven Etienne; her children:
Loundelca Silencieux, Jayvon Brenelus, and Jaycee Alexis;
her brothers and sister: Lysias Manasse, Abneau Alexis,
Jose Alexis, Roseny Alexis, Max-Donny Alexis, and
Leonaldo Etienne; her aunt and uncles: Jasmin Manasse,
Dieusel Alexis, Arnold Alexis, Luc Alexis, Odelie Alexis,
and Chimene Alexis; her nieces and nephews: Manaika
Manasse, Bradley Petit-Frere, Valden Alexis, Lyska
Manasse, and Samalia Petit-Frere; her sisters and brother-
in-law: Mikaelle Manasse, Deborah Alexis, Vallencia
Alexis, and Samuel Petit-Frere; her cousins: Patrick Alexis
and Cleanta Manasse; her godmother: Mme. Jerome; her
goddaughters: Katia, Roseny, and Wesline.
Condolences to the Alexis, Manasse, Silencieux, Brenelus,
Etienne, and Petit-Frere Families and to all friends who are
deeply grieving the departure of Phania Alexis. Until we