Max Aurel Hyppolite passed away on January 29, 2020 at the age of 55.
Max was born on June 3, 1964 to Dilus Hyppolite and Meprisia St. Felix in Les Cayes, Haiti. He moved to Naples, FL with his eldest daughter, Medgine in the early 90’s.
Max worked as a bus driver for the Collier County School District for 12 years, displaying kindness and wonderful bonding skills with his students. Max retired from the school system in 2008 and moved to Philadelphia to pursue a new life as a technician. Max excelled in his new life so well that he accepted a new position in New Jersey where he mastered his skills and became well liked amongst his co-workers and supervisors.
Max truly lived life to the fullest through simple pleasures; chatting with friends and family, dancing, listening to reggae, playing dominoes and traveling back to Haiti to reconnect with his roots. Max loved people and could always make you smile no matter what mood you were in. His laugh was contagious and his smile unforgettable. Max had the ability to reach people in a positive and deep way.
He is survived by his mother Meprisia St. Felix, daughters, Medgine, Gisabel and Betsy, his sons Mackenley, Maxwell and Kamal Hyppolite, his grandchildren Leauna and Trey Aladin, Dontez Clark, Amanhi Aurel Murphy, his sisters Monique Bathol, Marie Denise Ahoa, Esther and Jan Hyppolite, Brothers Favelome, Slyvio, and Frito Hyppolite. He is further survived by many nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.
Max was the life of any party and he will be truly missed.