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Re: Coupet descendants
Posted by: Pierre M Coupet (ID *****6554) Date: March 09, 2010 at 16:09:23
In Reply to: Re: Coupet descendants by Karine Coupet of 2225

Hello Karine,

It's wonderful to hear from you. I know we're scattered all over the globe and it's always refreshing to hear from a member of the family in some distant land. I am not sure how tech-savvy you are, however, we can continue to communicate via skype. My skype id is: VOMIChairman - from there we can exchange email addresses.

I have heard of Copernic from my father and may have met him when I was a child in Haiti, however, that's the extent of my knowledge of him. I never knew about your dad or any of his siblings.

I have a brother named Jocelyn Gerard Coupet who still lives in Haiti. He's a professor at some university. He went back to Haiti around 1987 after serving as a paratrooper-medical technician in the US Army 101st Airborne Division. He went on to obtain a degree in Political Science in California and then decided to go back to Haiti to serve. Personally, I am unable to deal with this level of excitement in the Haitian version of the Wild Wild West. I have grown too accustomed to the tame lifestyle in the US.

Let's keep in touch. God bless.

Warmest regards,


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