Dieudonne Hyppolite, left, mother in law of pastor Fatera Dorestan, weeps as she sits in her son's home in Naples on July 23, 2009. Her son Fatera Dorestan, 52, died after he drove his 1995 Nissan pickup truck into a waterway near 10420 Gulfshore Drive on July 19, 2009. Dorestan was a father of five, grandfather of eleven and was one of two pastors at the First Haitian Baptist Church in East Naples. Haitians from as far away as Canada came to the home of Dorestan to pray and comfort family. It is Haitian tradition for members of the community to visit the house of the deceased daily until the funeral. Greg Kahn/Staff

Photo by GREG KAHN

Dieudonne Hyppolite, left, mother in law of pastor Fatera Dorestan, weeps as she sits in her son's home in Naples on July 23, 2009. Her son Fatera Dorestan, 52, died after he drove his 1995 Nissan pickup truck into a waterway near 10420 Gulfshore Drive on July 19, 2009. Dorestan was a father of five, grandfather of eleven and was one of two pastors at the First Haitian Baptist Church in East Naples. Haitians from as far away as Canada came to the home of Dorestan to pray and comfort family. It is Haitian tradition for members of the community to visit the house of the deceased daily until the funeral. Greg Kahn/Staff

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