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Robert P. Tremlin

October 3, 1930 ~ April 13, 2020 (age 89)

Obituary

Mr. Robert Powell Tremlin, age 89, died Monday April 13, 2020 at the Westbrook Nursing and Rehabilitation Center, in Westlake, Ohio.

 He was born in Lakewood, Ohio on October 3, 1930 the cherished son of the late Harry George and Mary Agnes (Neidermeyer) Tremlin.

 He was the beloved husband of Deanna (Monaco) Tremlin for 32 years until her passing in 2014. He was also the beloved husband of Elizabeth Anne "Betsy" (Kachmar) Tremlin, until her passing in 1977. Bob graduated from Lakewood High School in Ohio in 1948 where he excelled at sports, especially tennis. He won several awards for tennis and enjoyed the game well into his 70's. Drafted into the U. S Army in 1950, Bob spent his 21st birthday in battle in Korea. Bob began his career at Cleveland Tool & Die Company starting out in the stock room and gradually advancing to a sales position. He went to work for Chicago Pneumatic Tool Company in 1959, eventually rising to Vice President of International Sales. He retired to Aiken, SC., where he and Deanna spent 25 years.

 He was the father of Robert G. (Rita) Tremlin of Cleveland, OH. and Susannah Hirt (Sean) of Utica; stepfather of Marshall Asselta of Sauquoit, NY; Rear Admiral Christopher (Denise) Asselta of Windemere, FL., and Paul (Krin) Asselta of Corinth, TX.; grandfather of Joseph Tremlin of Cleveland and Robert Hirt of Utica; step grandfather of Stephen Asselta of FL. and Victoria Asselta of FL.; dear brother of Harriet Flynn (Dave) of Birmingham, MI. and Mary Kay "Bitsy" (George) Staley of Lakewood, Ohio; sisters-in-law Marilyn Mariani (Thomas) of Frankfort, NY, and Carol Abrams of Utica; and many nieces and nephews.

 Private burial services will be held at the convenience of the family in New Forest Cemetery, Utica with the Rev. Christine Williams-Belt pastor of Grace Church, Utica, officiating. Online sympathy www.scalaroefaro.com

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