Peter Alan Tremblay

Peter Alan Tremblay 

Peter Alan Tremblay, 54, passed away on Saturday, July 20, 2019 in Andrews, Texas.

He was born in Bloomer, Wisconsin on October 25, 1964. The baby of nine children, he is survived by his wife Kimberly Ann Tremblay from Katy, TX, son Alexander James Tremblay from Sioux Falls, SD, daughter Ashleigh Nicole Tremblay from Katy, TX,  son Collin Richard Tremblay from Katy, TX.

Brothers Phil Tremblay from Gravois Mills, MO, Tom Tremblay from Bloomer, WI, Eugene Tremblay from Eau Claire, WI, Jim Tremblay from Sparta, WI.

Sisters Pat Ruff from Boyd, WI, Bernice Abrahamson from Sparta, WI, Shirley Bundick from New Braunfels, TX, and Mary Gremminger from Sunrise Beach, MO.

Pete is preceded by his father Cecil Phillip Tremblay from Sunrise Beach, MO, and his mother Veronica Ann Tremblay from Sunrise Beach, MO.

Pete was a loving father, husband and friend. His love for his wife Kim, was unwavering from the moment they met nearly 31 years ago. He idolized her, often introducing her as his “trophy wife” - theirs was truly a love story from beginning to end.

Pete was passionate about many things including his three children, five dogs, sports, politics and making people around him laugh. He always had a smile on his face, fun-loving and willing to lend a helping hand whether asked or not.

He loved the Katy Tigers and as a founding member of “The Katy Train” and “The Section” he made it a priority to support as many programs as possible. At game time, he stood ready for his 1-2-3 countdown to encourage the Red Sea to yell on each “First Down!”

An avid Green Bay Packers supporter, his closet looked like Christmas with his Katy Red and Packer Green and Gold.

A Memorial Service – Celebration of Life, will be held on Saturday, July 27, 2019 from 4pm-7pm at Cotton Ranch, 5443 Katy Hockley Cut Off Road.

Dress is Katy Casual, wear your favorite Katy shirt, put your flags on your car and come celebrate with your Katy Family.

In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations be made to the Katy Athletic Booster Club.

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rwilleby

Pete was not only a friend of mine, he was a friend of yours as well. Every time you saw him, he would smile, shake your hand, high five or pat you on the back. I'm going to miss our Saturday's at Snappy's and the good times in the stands. I'm proud to have called him a friend and hope to see him on the other side.

smcmanus

With heavy heart I say goodbye to a man I’m proud to call my friend. Actually Pete was more than a friend, he is family. Always with a smile on his face and always there when I needed a helping hand. I take comfort knowing when I get to the gate in heaven Pete will be there to welcome me home. I love and miss you buddy. Sam

cathywithac

You're the best, Pete. I have so many memories - after parties at your house, playoff games in the Astrodome, hanging over the rail at the top of Rhodes, tailgates, halftime and cheering the band, driving to Austin for softball, sweating at 7 on 7 in College Station, bad pizza, good burgers... I will miss you so much. Love forever, Tigerjag

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