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Rudansky Tuitt Francois (June, 7, 1983 – February 23, 2018)

Rudansky Tuitt Francois (June, 7, 1983 – February 23, 2018)

Service Date: March 3, 2018
Time of Service: 3:00 PM
Location of Service: Golden’s Funeral Home, Winter Park, FL

Date of Visitation: March 3, 2018
Time of Visitation: 2:00 PM
Location of Service: Golden’s Funeral Home, Winter Park, FL


Rudansky Tuitt Francois was born June 7, 1984, in Miami Beach, Florida to Marlene Tuitt and Mario Joseph Francois.

Rudy was three years old when he became ill with a high fever causing him to retain water in his brain putting him in a coma for over a month. He pulled through however he became mentally ill. He grew up in Orlando Florida, because of his condition at the age of seven he was put into a group home in Melbourne, Florida where he spent most of his teenage years. At 17, he moved back to Orlando into a group home for adolescents were he had his first and only girlfriend and first and only job with Pizza Hut. He enjoyed working there a lot. Because of the medication and behavior his heart became weak operating at 10% making him even more fragile, in 2010 he had surgery to put in a heart pacer which would help his heart function better allowing him to live longer. In 2014 due to an unfortunate circumstance that happen in the group home he underwent surgery to repair the wires. Even with that His heart stayed beautiful he loved spending time with his sister and nieces. He enjoyed bowling, the movies, the park, going to the barber with his brother in law Lebrun Alexis. He especially enjoyed going out to eat and even playing a little football with his nephews Giovanni and Isaiah Alexis. He adored his nieces and enjoyed being there to cheer them through every step they’ve taken. He was a proud uncle.

On February 23, 2018, God called upon his Angel Rudansky.

1 Comment

  • Liz Cepero Posted June 12, 2019 1:44 am

    I had the pleasure of working with Rudy he allowed me to be his friend and was absolutely the sweetest. He loved to give everyone hugs and go for walks around campus. He always had a smile on his face. May God bless him as he watches us from above.

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