Trembley, Alexander A. Age 87, died October 15, 2019. A self- described angel kissed (freckled) auburn-haired boy, he was eldest of ten children born to Alexander and Mable Trembley. His childhood was spent living in several southwestern Minnesota communities as well as Sioux Falls, SD and Hammond, IN until his family resettled to Minneapolis where he enrolled as a senior at South HS. Alex was proud of his service with the US Navy and obtained his BSEE using the GI Bill. He was a devoted husband to Nancy Hanson whom he married in 1958. Alex spent his entire Engineering and Management career at Univac/Unisys in Minnesota and Colorado. His life-long passion for golf began when as a twelve year old boy he took a job as a caddy. Alex is survived by children Lisa (Gregg Syverson), Christopher and Janeen; grandchildren Janelle and Eric Syverson and Alexander (Lauren Haefemeyer) Trembley; sisters Sharon McKenzie, Carol Vick and Sandra Null; and brother Neil. He was preceded in death by his wife, parents and five brothers Ronald, Charles, James, Bruce and Thomas. Celebration of Life will be held at 10:30 am with reception to follow Thursday, December 5 at Cremation Society of MN, 7110 France Ave., S., Edina. Memorials preferred to The First Tee of the Twin Cities; online at thefirstteetwincities.org/… or by mail to The First Tee Twin Cities at Highland, 1403 Montreal Ave, St. Paul, MN 55116.
Alexander A. Trembley
Fort Snelling National Cemetery
1:45 PM, Friday December 6th, 2019
The First Tee of the Twin Cities
Golf was a life-long passion for Alexander. He became hooked on the game when he began caddying as a 12 year old boy to financially contribute to his family. He knew what it was to make your own way in life and not complain; to strive to live according to the nine core values outlined by The First Tee of the Twin Cities. He would be pleased to have helped another young person pursue their passion for golf.
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