In Memory Of Tramley,George Allan

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A funeral service was held on October 1st at St Edmund’s parish for the immediate family.

A celebration of Allan’s life will be held at a later date.

Tramley, G. Allan.

“Time to go!”

George Allan Tramley, of Pointe Claire, QC, passed away on September 28th, 2020.

He was born to parents Millard and Mary Tramley on August 17th, 1929 in Fredericton Junction, NB. Brother to Kathie, Ted, Mim (Jean), Bobby (Elaine), and Diane (Bruce). After graduating from the University of New Brunswick in Forestry Engineering, he spent a year travelling around Europe in one of the first VW Beetle.

He is survived by the love of his life Barbara (nee Lane). They were married for 59 wonderful years. They were parents to Allan, Patricia (Matt), and Stephen (Desta).

They had the pleasure of spoiling nine grand kids – Peter, Chloe, Bobby, Nicholas, Elyssa, Mark, Pryor, Sara Emilie, and Brynn.

A true blue Maritimer, Allan always loved the ocean (trying paddleboarding at 80!) and would head to Richibucto every summer to enjoy great visits with all of his siblings.

As a business entrepreneur Allan started and ran Fabritek for over three decades, having a positive impact on all those who came into contact with him. Helping and supporting people around him, Allan was known as an old school gentleman in business and expert in the art of networking.  

Despite all of his accomplishments in business, Allan always considered his greatest success to be his family. He put others interests ahead of his own even at times to his own detriment. He would attend all of his children’s games and activities and provide the most wonderful vacations throughout the years in Maine, Florida and his favorite spot Smugglers’ Notch. Feeling lucky to have all of his 9 grandchildren close by, he took an avid interest in their lives teaching them to always look on the bright side of life and most of all to take the time to appreciate what you have.

Given the fantastic care that Allan received at Lachine Hospital the family would love for donations to go to the Lachine Hospital Foundation (www.lachinehospitalfoundation.org) in lieu of flowers.

A funeral service was held on October 1st at St Edmund’s parish for the immediate family. A celebration of Allan’s life will be held at a later date.

 

Messages for the Family of Tramley,George Allan

From: Douglas & Karen Webb

The thing I remember best about Allan Sr. was his ready laugh and kind smile and how he always had a minute to chat.

I hope that all those he left have similarly fond memories and these memories will help his family and friends through this difficult time.

Sincere Condolences,

Douglas & Karen Webb
From: Sharon Gallant

Pat & Matt,
Sending my sincerest condolences to you both, and to your extended family. So very sorry to hear of your loss. May the love and support of family and friends bring you solace. I know that you will surely take comfort in many wonderful memories as you grieve.
Thinking of you,
Sharon
From: Marida Mosca & Willy Kutteh

Wed., Oct 07, 2020
Dear Mrs. Tramley & Family,
It is with sadness that we read of the passing of your husband, father and grandfather. We were your backyard neighbours in Beaconsfield, newlyweds, having moved in our first - and still our home. I can still remember Mr. Tramley’s words one day when our kids were in elementary school and I paraphrase, “You may not realize this now, but you are in a very great location with the train station not far away... that your children will appreciate when going to university.” He was right. Through him, he has legated fond memories of a good family and wonderful neighbours. Willy joins me in conveying our deepest sympathies and blessings for comfort at this very difficult time. Much love. May he Rest In Peace.
Marida & Willy Kutteh