My position as a Specialist Newsreader in the RJR Communications Group was made possible, in large part, by Francois, who at the time was the Manager of Fame FM. He is a manager with strong attention to detail who comprehended the significance of the news, its strategic position within a media organization, and the vital part it plays in serving the interests of the general public. He effortlessly formed relationships with members of the team and was always receptive to suggestions for increasing the roles and responsibilities of team members and assisting them in realizing their full potential. His approach to leadership was admirable, as was the way he never lost sight of the importance of closing the gap between the organization and the market it serves. He completely reimagined the FAME FM brand and propelled it to the forefront of competition in the Caribbean radio sector.

Saint Juste Francois has a deep appreciation for music throughout his life. Tropicana and Septen were his go-to bands whenever he went to a concert. He would go out of his way to help individuals who were struggling. He was a wise man who constantly sought to improve his life and the lives of others around him. On November 28, 1980, he boarded a plane bound for the United States with the hopes of realizing the American Dream. His sole objective was to put in long hours at the office in order to provide for his loved ones and establish a lasting legacy for them. Mr. Francois put in a lot of effort so that he could move his family to the United States and spare them the suffering that they would have to go through in Haiti. Around the year 2006, as a result of a protracted struggle with diabetes, he had to have both of his legs amputated. That did not prevent Mr. Francois from living his life to the fullest. His resiliency served as the driving force behind him learning how to accommodate to his condition. Saint Juste never ran away from a fight; rather, he always engaged in head-to-head combat.

The health of Saint Juste Francois began to deteriorate in the year 2020. Even while he was suffering from his illness, he was still able to brighten the lives of those around him. It cannot be denied that his quips and presence have the power to brighten any environment they are in. He arrived in the United States alone, but he leaves behind pieces of himself in each of his children, grandchildren, and great grandchildren. He died alone, but he left behind a legacy.

The University of the West Indies, Mona

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