Paul R. Tremaglio, age 69 of Eastlake, passed away March 6th, 2022 at The Ohio Veterans Memorial Home in Sandusky with his loving wife and son by his side. Paul was born May 11th, 1952 to the late Ernest and Nancy Tremaglio.
Paul retired from the Iron Workers Local #17 and also retired from General Electric in Willoughby.
Paul was a U.S. Marine Corps Vietnam Veteran. He also met and served with his wife in the Ohio National Guard. He loved cooking, watching movies, and spending time with his family. He loved animals, especially his cat “Marla”.
Paul is the loving husband for 42 years of Debbie Tremaglio (nee Swetland); beloved father of Ben Tremaglio; dearest brother of David (Sharon) Tremaglio, Timmy (Nancy) Tremaglio and Ernie (Dawn) Tremaglio; uncle and cousin of many.
The Tremaglio family will receive friends from 10:30 AM – 12:00 Noon Monday, March 14th, 2022 at McMahon Coyne Vitantonio Funeral Home, 6330 Center Street, Mentor. A Celebration of Life Service will be held at 12 Noon at the funeral home. Burial to follow at Willoughby Memorial Gardens.
Arrangements have been entrusted to Jeff Monreal of Jeff Monreal Funeral Home.
14 Replies to “Paul R. Tremaglio”
The best Godfather in history. Loved him dearly.
Please accept my deepest condolences. My heart goes out to you and my prayers are with you and Ben. May God comfort you and give you strength! Much love.
Debbie & Ben,
I am so very sorry for you loss, but I am also grateful that Paul is now in God’s Loving Arms and his suffering has ended. God Bless you both and Angels continue to Gently Watch Over You. With Love & Prayers, Cousin Darlene
Really enjoyed my time at GE knowing Paul. He was alot of fun & always spoke his mind.
May God bless and strengthen you now and always. He and my brother Glenn Morris, Marine, both served in Vietnam. Now they’re together in heaven.
I’m so sorry your beloved husband has passed; he was only 1 yr older t han my husband who also suffered a stroke. If he had a cat (Marla), no doubt he had many pets and I hope they all met him at the Rainbows Bridge. Hugs
Very sorry for your loss. I used to babysit the Trem boys and Paul was always my helper. May he Rest In Peace.
Condolences to the family…Paul was a great guy…always a smile
The Hamila family from Rondel Road
Paul and I worked alongside each other at General Electric in Willoughby Ohio. I am so sorry that Paul had to leave us at such a young age. God Bless his family. He has gone on to Gods loving arms.
You were a great big brother! You had a massive love for others. I look up to you still. I could never have endured your pain. Thank the Lord for His mercy.
Ken & I were very sorry to hear about Paul’s passing. Sharing your happy memories will keep him forever in your hearts.
Ken & Diane DeFranco
finding of paul’s passing, broke my heart, we both worked side by side at G.E. and were good friend outside of work, I loved him as a brother, father, and good friend. Rest in pease Paulie, your now in gods hands, god bless his family, Donald Daugert.
I am sorry to hear about Paul. Paul was a very nice person.
Debbie, I hope you are doing well.
Many condolences to your family, Ben.. I miss some of the “banter” we had over in Walton Hills on 3rd shift. Good luck in the future and take care.