Robert M. Tremblay

Robert M. Tremblay

Robert Michael Tremblay
Lives in Mesa Arizona with my Fiance and her three wonderful children
Born 8/7/1968 in Vermont where I grew up in the small town of Jericho outside of Burlington Vt. In 1986 I joined the Us Army where I became a combat medic for the 18th airborne corp in Georgia and then later a helicopter paramedic where I was decorated with a Good conduct medal, Army achievement medal and an Army Commendation medal as well as the AMED award for the top 100 medics in the armed forces. I went straight to Law enforcement upon leaving the Military in New Hampshire. After only three years I was promoted to the youngest Chief of Police in the country at 23 yrs old in Deering NH. After several injuries and increased pressures I left law Enforcement to become a private investigator specializing in missing persons. This led me to teaching the banking industry personnel throughout new England on how to locate individuals for collection purposes. Eventually from here I was recruited into the finance/banking industry where I have spent the last 18 years specializing in the Automotive Industry. For the Past 8 six years I have been an Accredited National Trainer in sales and marketing in the banking and auto industry traveling around the country teaching managers in the field. Also an author of several training aspects and policies adopted nationally. For the past four years I have been battling a terminal illness and cancer which led me through two separate terminal diagnosis's and a trip through Hospice just 2 years ago. I have been diagnosed with Cancer 3 separate times and have had four separate surgeries to beat it each and every time. All of this followed my nde almost 4 years ago now. Since my awakening I have written a blog and shared my story when asked and found it to be a great experience for myself and others. I am currently writing a book about my experience due out next year called "twenty seconds". I hope in sharing the story others find hope and meaning in their concerns about death and dying. More importantly, I hope it helps others to see what I have learned about living. My story isn't about dying. It's about Love,family, perseverance and not just faith, but a trust in the path before us each and everyday and all who cross it. "I hope at the end of the day, It makes a difference". Please feel free to follow me at the addresses below.

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