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Megan Elodie Tremblay Send a condolence note

Born 06-04-1995
Died 01-02-2008

Gilmanton, NH---Megan Elodie Tremblay died suddenly at her home in Gilmanton after battling a life long illness.

Our precious angel was born on June the Fourth, Nineteen Hundred And Ninety-Five at the Winthrop University Hospital in Minneola New York.

Born to Mrs. Diane Margaret (Ennis) Tremblay and Captain Brian H.Tremblay Ret. They settled in Lawrence New York prior to relocating back up to New Hampshire in 1999.

Not to forget Megan was predeceased by her older sibling Jake Henry back in nineteen hundred and ninety four. She was also loved tremendously by her younger brother seven years her junior named Brian Henry II. These two offspring formed a loving bond that began very early on in life. Although Megan had multiple disabilities one of which being unable to verbalize Brian quickly picked up on what she needed, what she liked and what she disliked. They Loved one another very much.

Back on Long Island Megan was very lucky to have had both of her grandparents, Mrs. Carol Natalie (Knoll) Ennis and Mr. Donald Edward Ennis, retired now and living in Jupiter Florida. She was double blessed to have had both Great grandparents, being Mrs. Margaret (Jankowsky) Knoll whom predeceased Megan back in 1965. Along with Mrs. Rita Knoll whom predeceased Megan in 2002 of Mastic Beach.

Also in New Hampshire Megan was blessed to have her grandparents Mrs. Barbara A. (Pariseau) Tremblay and Mr. Albert Joseph Tremblay Sr. whom tragically just recently predeceased our daughter Megan in November of 2005.

She was also extremely fortunate enough to have known her great-grandmother Mrs. Elodie (Boutin) Tremblay for a number of years before her passing in 1997 just prior to her to becoming a centurion.

She had five of the greatest Aunts and six of the greatest Uncles we have ever known Jacquelyn (Ennis) Wind and Mr. Charles Peter Wind of Brightwaters, Long Island. Suzanne Elizabeth (Ennis)Adams and Mr. Hunter Norman Adams of Hewlett, Long Island. Carolyn Joan (Ennis) Orena and Mr. Peter Charles Orena Sr. of Atlantic Beach, Long Island. Mrs. Tracey Lynn (Caron) and Jeffrey Alan Tremblay of Sherman Oaks, CA.  The Rev. Albert Joseph Tremblay Jr. of Belmont.

Included in Meg’s life were twelve of the most beautiful and loving cousins.
There names are Kyle, Ryan, Sara, Madison, Bennie, Natalie, Gabrielle, Peter, Catherine, Margaret, Mary and Grace.

We must mention these other special people involved in Megan’s daily care to include particularly the Nurses and staff from the Care & Comfort Nursing Agency. Also to be thanked is the Nursing staff along with the Administration Department at the Gilmanton Elementary School.

She was a “special person” not because of her many disabilities and illnesses, but because she was “TRUE”.  What you saw is what you got, through and through; we’ll miss her for the rest of our lives!

Calling hours will be held on Tuesday, January 8, 2008 from 4pm until 6pm at the Wilkinson-Beane Funeral Home, 164 Pleasant Street, Laconia, NH using the carriage house entrance.

Funeral services will follow the calling hours at 6pm also at the funeral home.

Please, in lieu of flowers, kindly donate generously to our local Make A Wish Chapter, 814 Elm Street, Suite 300 Manchester New Hampshire 03101-2230  (603)623-9474

Wilkinson-Beane Funeral Home & Cremation Services, 164 Pleasant Street, Laconia, NH, 03246 (603)524-4300 is in charge of the arrangements.

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