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Reynaldi Audate

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35, of Everett, entered fully into the presence of his Lord and Savior on December 11, 2021.

Reynaldi was born in Brooklyn, NY to Reynold and Henriette (Pierre-Charles) Audate on May 3, 1986. A graduate of Everett High School (‘04) and Merrimack College (BS ‘08, MS ‘21) and beloved by many, “Coach Rizz” devoted his life to coaching the youth on and off the football field. As a player he was on three Everett Crimson Tide state championship teams and was on the coaching staff for five of their State Championships. He was a determined and loving man that was so devoted to the people he served. Selflessness was one of his greatest attributes and he truly enjoyed helping everyone around him to succeed. His genuine wide, bright smile was contagious and he helped bring many young people to understand and love God, their families (at home and on the field), and themselves. Through the game of football he taught so many young men how to love one another and how to embrace each other’s success. He never solely claimed responsibility for anyone’s achievements, but rather saw himself as a guide that purely wanted to help raise a community of young people to reach their truest potential.

In addition to being a dedicated football coach, Reynaldi was a Physical Education Teacher for Everett Public Schools, a true adventurer and a fitness enthusiast. Reynaldi spent his free time traveling, reading, training in mixed martial arts, and spending time with his friends and family.

Reynaldi is is survived by his mother Henriette Pierre-Charles Audate and his father Reynold Audate; brother Rhandy Audate; brother Hantzley Audate; niece Aurielle Audate; uncles Gehy Audate, JN Robert Audate, Roloff Benjamin; aunts Mary Danielle Benjamin, Chantal Pierre-Charles, Firlande Pierre-Charles, Raymonde Pierre-Charles, Magalie Pierre-Charles, Marie Jude Pierre-Charles; and an abundance of loving cousins and extended family members on both sides as well as many friends.

A man too humble to sound his own trumpets now can rest while we sound them for him. He was the truth. May his legacy and spirit of goodwill live on forever in each of us who knew him.

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