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STERLING, NY – Allen R. Bremmer, 89, of Sterling, New York, often called ‘Al’ to household and mates, handed away abruptly on Tuesday, November 9, 2021 at his dwelling.
Born and raised in St. Louis, MO, he graduated from Wellston Excessive College, Wellston, MO, and acquired his BA and MA levels from the College of Missouri in Columbia, MO, and MFA diploma from Cranbrook Academy of Artwork in Bloomfield Hills, MI. He was Professor of Artwork at State College of New York at Oswego from 1960-1995, serving as chair of the Artwork Division from 1989-1995.
An avid fisherman, Al loved fishing journeys to Canada for over 50 years. He beloved horseracing and baseball, particularly his St. Louis Cardinals. His fast wit, humorousness, and gregarious nature have been beloved by his colleagues, mates, and college students. An achieved artist, his summary work are included in lots of private and non-private collections.
Al was predeceased by his mom, Viola Gregory, and brother, Clifton Gregory. He was lovingly raised by his grandparents, Anna and Richard Boenker,, and aunt and uncle, Louise and Edward Boenker.
He’s survived by his loving spouse, Kathryn ‘Kate’ Timm, of Sterling, NY, his daughters Julie Madill (John) of Freeland, MD, and Cheli Bremmer of Nokomis, FL; and his son Marc Bremmer (Rachelle Gajadhar) of Columbia, SC. He additionally leaves grandchildren Leslie Madill (Joni Lefkowitz), Alana Woolf (Lucas Wade), Chelsea Madill (Tim Atkinson), Brenna Madill, and Rohan Bremmer, in addition to great-grandchildren, Cleo, Genevieve and Isabella. Al is also survived by his sister-in-law, Suzannah Gregory of Buffalo, NY, and his niece, Anna Gregory Hartley (Hillary), of Toronto, Canada, in addition to many in-laws, nieces and nephews. Al will likely be vastly missed by his canine companion, Scout.
By organ donation, Al lived an extended and fruitful life with the generosity of the Horner household. Al’s household additionally want to thank the guts and kidney transplant groups of the Hospital of the College of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA, the College of Rochester Medical Heart, Rochester, NY, and the workers of the Oswego Lakeside Coronary heart Heart, Oswego, NY for his or her continued care and help.
Personal companies for household and mates will likely be held at a later date. In Lieu of flowers, please make donations in Al’s reminiscence to United Community for Organ Sharing, 700 N 4th St., Richmond, VA 23219.
Preparations are beneath the caring steering of Nelson Funeral Dwelling. To ship condolences, please go to nelson-funeralhome.com