EAST VINCENT — Levi Dillon Tremblay, 21, of East Vincent Township, Pa., died suddenly on Saturday, Nov. 10, 2012, from injuries sustained in a car accident.
He was born on August 30, 1991 in Phoenixville Pa., the son of Leif Deane Tremblay and Mary Lynn (Ponis) August.
Levi was a 2010 graduate of Owen J. Roberts High School and attended Delaware Valley Community College for two years. He played ice hockey for the Owen J. Roberts Wildcats, PA Predators, Valley Forge Colonials and the Hill School Mens League. He also played golf for Owen J. Roberts High School and baseball in the Kimberton Youth Athletic League.
He worked as a sheet metal mechanic for C2 Corp. in Oaks Pa., and also worked for the Dietrich Estate in Chester Springs Pa.
He was a member of the Elverson Rod and Gun Club and the NRA. He loved outdoor activities, especially trap shooting, snowboarding, ice hockey, hunting and fishing. Levi enjoyed spending time with his friends and was always there for anyone in need. He also loved spending time with his cousins and traveling to upstate New York with them.
In addition to his parents, he is survived by his sister, Jessica August; and his brother, Kenneth Ben August Jr.; he is also survived by his nieces and nephew, Skylar Thomas, Noah August and Averi August, as well as his paternal grandparents, Deane and Debi Tremblay of Champlain N.Y.; and Giselle Remillard of Spring City Pa.; and his maternal grandmother, Mary Jane, wife of the late George Duke Ponis, of Phoenixville Pa.; his aunts and uncles, Hayley Tremblay, Laec Tremblay, Lane Tremblay and wife Rebecca, Hillary (Tremblay) Hasson and her husband Joey and several loving cousins. Additionally Levi is survived by his long-time love, Ali Emig, and his beloved dog, Kaydo.