Louis J. “Bud” Tamer, Jr.


Louis J. “Bud” Tamer, Jr., age 83, passed away on Tuesday, March 4, 2008 at the Orchard Nursing & Rehabilitation Centre in Granville.

Louis was born on May 14, 1924 in Massena, N.Y., the son of Louis J. Tamer, Sr. and Domarica (Gioiosa) Tamer.

Louis worked for over 25 years for the U.S. Postal Service in the Glens Falls Post Office. Upon his retirement, he moved to Granville to live with his niece Mrs. John (Patricia) Fennell and her family, Patrick and Peggy Fennell.

Besides his parents, Louis was predeceased by a brother, Arthur Tamer, and a sister, Adlaide Tamer. Survivors in addition to his niece, Pat Fennell and her family are a sister, Dolores Nahas, of Egg Harbor, N.J., and her sons, Dr. Fred Nahas and Dr. Arthur Nahas both of NJ.

A funeral mass was celebrated on Saturday, March 8  at St. Mary’s Roman Catholic Church at 23 Bulkley Avenue in Granville, with the Rev. Thomas Zelker presiding. Memorial contributions may be made to the Granville Rescue Squad, Inc., POB 153, and Granville, NY 12832.

Arrangements are under the direction of the Robert M. King Funeral Home, 23 Church St. Granville.




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