A fun, loving woman who was a staunch supporter of all her children
JENSEN BEACH, Fla. — It is with great sadness and sorrow that the family of June P. Tremblay, formerly of North Reading and Jensen Beach, Fla., report her passing this past Thursday, July 8, 2021. June departed this Earth peacefully surrounded by members of her loving family.
At 91 years young, June was born in Chelsea and was the youngest of 10 children to the late George and Agnes M. (McDonough) Clark. A devoted wife of 58 years to her predeceased husband, Eugene J. Tremblay; she will always be remembered as a loving mother, grandmother, and great-grandmother to so many.
She was predeceased by her eldest son, Eugene “Geno” Tremblay Jr. and survived by his wife, Christine (McInerney) Tremblay, of North Reading; William J. Tremblay of Port St. Lucie, Fla.; Barbara (Tremblay) Madison and her husband, Richie Madison, of Groveland, Mass.; Lawrence E. Tremblay and his wife, Dawn (Griffin) Tremblay, of Amesbury, Mass.; Richard C. Tremblay and his longtime girlfriend, Nancy McQueeney, of Morriston, Fla.; James R. Tremblay and his wife, Alicia (Connelly) Tremblay, of North Reading; Patricia (Tremblay) McNeil of Palm Coast, Fla., and Crystal (Tremblay) Dixon of Port St. Lucie, Fla.
Additionally, she is survived by her grandchildren: Robin (Tremblay) and her husband John McQuade, Steven Tremblay and his wife Heather; Jason Dewey and his wife Alicia; Jill Dewey, Lorelle (Tremblay) Carlson and her husband Jonny; Travis Tremblay and his wife Kerry; Brian Tremblay, Tiffany Tremblay, Megan McNeil, Jaclyn Dixon, and James Dixon. She is also survived by the newest blessings to her extensive family, her great-grandchildren: Jake, Sara, Jaelyn, Emily, Jameson, Averi, Isaiah and Leilani.
“Pat” as she was lovingly called by all that knew her well will continuously be remembered as a consummate hostess, exuding the utmost kindness and care for all. A staunch supporter of all her children, she would frequently be found in the cheering section of North Reading High School athletic events. As a fun, loving woman who was so young at heart there was not a dance floor that did not have her name on it, or a round of Bingo that wasn’t attended in her later years. Her family thanks her for leaving such wonderful memories, and a tremendous legacy in her wake.
A private burial will be held at a later date next to her husband in Florida. In lieu of flowers the family requests donations to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital in memory of June. Her memorial page can be found at: http://giftfunds.stjude.org/June_P_Tremblay.