Raymond J. Tremblay, 90

DUDLEY — Raymond J. Tremblay, 90, passed away on Tuesday, Jan. 1, in the Webster Manor Nursing Home, Webster, after a long illness.

His wife, Marie Cecile (Livernois) Tremblay, passed away in 1997.  He leaves his daughter, Diana L. Leblanc and her husband Roger of Dudley; his son, Brian A. Tremblay of Punta Gorda, Fla.; his brother, William Tremblay and his wife Cynthia of Fort Collins, Colo.; his sister-in-law, Esther Tremblay of Pittsburg, Penn.; his three grandchildren, Jennifer Thibault and her husband Jay, Rebecca Seguin-Fowler and her husband George, and Zachary Tremblay and his wife Shauna; his three great grandchildren, Kaela Thibault, Onatah Fowler and Lillian Fowler; and several nieces and nephews.  He was predeceased by his brother, Gerald Tremblay and his sister, Nancy Johnson.  Raymond was born in W. Medford, the son of Arthur A. and Irene C. (Fontaine) Tremblay.  He was a US Marine Corps veteran of World War II.

Raymond was a supervisor at the Amerbelle Co. in Rockville, Conn., for 40 years before retiring many years ago.  He also worked part time as a Certified Counselor for AdCare Hospital in Worcester, counseling people suffering with substance abuse.  Raymond was a friend of Bill W.  He was a member and past commander of the Leonide J. Lemire post 6055 of the VFW in Southbridge.  In his younger years Ray played basketball, football and softball.  He enjoyed going to the beach.  He also enjoyed going to the horse races and the dog track with his wife. Ray especially enjoyed taking trips to Las Vegas every year for family reunions.

His funeral and burial services are private.  There are no calling hours.

In lieu of flowers donations may be made to the Angelman Syndrome Foundation, 75 Executive Drive, Suite 327, Aurora, IL 60504 (online at www.angelman.org) or to the Crohn’s & Colitis Foundation, PO Box1245 Albert Lea, MN 56007-9976 (online at www.crohnscolitisfoundation.org) or to the Leonide J. Lemire post 6055 of the VFW, 1023 N. Woodstock Rd., Southbridge, MA 01550.


One thought on “Raymond J. Tremblay, 90

  1. He was an amazing man. After you stop driving I used to pick him up for meeting and enjoyed our talk on the way there and on the way back. I will always miss those talks. You were a well-loved man by all of us in the meetings. You will be forever missed. Gladys

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