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Tremayne James

James Leroy Tremayne, age 80, of Lamar, Missouri passed away April 9, 2020, at his home.
 
James was born August 21, 1939 in Hopland, California, to Richard Tremayne and Bessie (Adaberry) Tremayne. On June 6, 1976, James married Ana May White in Reno, Nevada.
 
James worked as a farmer.
 
Survivors include his wife Ana; one son, Jerry Sooter, Yuma, Arizona; three daughters, Awanda Howard, Lamar, MO, Rose Marshall, Redding, California, Kimberly Tremayne, Campbellsville, Kentucky; one brother Leonard; one sister, Alice; eight grandchildren and one great-grandchild.
 
No services are planned.
 
Condolences may be shared at www.dfhlamar.com

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#4 RE: James TremayneAlesia Tremayne 2020-04-11 23:30
So very sorry for your loss. James was a wonderful guy.
#3 Fruitland,Idahovicky Tremayne 2020-04-11 23:20
My uncle James Tremayne, I loved his laugh, his smart a$$ comments, they way he helped people and he loved my brother and I our dad died when I was 3 and bill was 4 uncle James was the closest we had to our dad Bill Tremayne o boy the stories he would tell about our mom and dad our mother was Lola uncle James told us the story how my mom dady and him were playing king of the mountain and by the time it was over their shirts were ripped off and yes they were drunk or how they rode little motor cycles in the dark and how they couldn't see because nobody had head lights they just followed our dad straight into a lake.lol I remember as a little girl my brother bill and I decided to sit on top of uncle while he was sleeping and eat crackers and a bag of sugar it was all over the house crazy I remember it like it was yesterday.. a few years ago we would drive from Idaho other family members would come from OR, WA,CA we would all meet in a spot in CA to camp sometimes there would be over 30
#2 Campbellsville KYKim Tremayne 2020-04-11 16:51
I remember when I was a teenager I came to visit. You took me to your bowling league. Your first two balls went backwards instead of down the lane.

Love you,
Kim
#1 Campbellsville KYKim Tremayne 2020-04-11 00:42
I remember one time I came to visit you and Mom. You decided to take me bowling with you. You were on some kind of league. Your first two balls ended up going backwards instead of down the lane. All I could do was laugh.

Miss you

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