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Allan Creamer

Allan James Creamer

Tuesday, March 17th, 1942 - Friday, February 14th, 2020
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Obituary

Allan James Creamer: 77, of Meredith, New Hampshire, passed away peacefully at home surrounded by family on Friday, February 14, 2020.

Born in Waltham, Massachusetts March 17, 1942, to Vincent Creamer and Francis Fernanda (Sergi) Creamer, Allan grew up in Belmont, Massachusetts and graduated from Belmont High School and Boston University.

He is survived by his wife Marilyn Creamer of Meredith, son
Todd Creamer of Portsmouth, daughter Stacy and her husband Steve Ciesielski of Norfolk, Ma. He also leaves his, sister Jean (Creamer) Ferrara and her husband Conrad Ferrara of Lawrenceville, Ga, nieces Christy Klanac of Tampa, Karen Ferrara of San Diego, and nephew
Peter Ferrara of Atlanta.

Allan was a varsity coxswain in college, student of the Classics, a fervent jazz fan of the post-Big Band era and life-long Red Sox fan. Introduced to jazz by his parents, Allan grew a deep love of the genre. As a boy he played a silver-keyed clarinet like his hero Benny Goodman, and later
learned to play an alto saxophone gifted to him by Marilyn on his birthday. His jazz heroes included Gerry Mulligan, Thelonius Monk, and many others.

An avid car fan, in the late 1960’s Allan restored a 1950 MG TD, painstakingly from the frame up, in his parents’ 1-car garage in Belmont. At auction, the restored car fetched the highest price paid to date for that model and year and the proceeds formed the down payment for the family
home in Westwood, Massachusetts.

Allan enjoyed woodworking and was quite skilled at building and refinishing multiple projects. Family continue to enjoy many of those projects including the dining room table, benches, stools and bookshelves.

Allan was an empathic and compassionate man. He had a love for telling stories and reliving memories. He loved his family, including his beloved cats, very deeply and he will be missed.

We are grateful to Stefanie, Sheila, and all the Lakes Region Visiting Nurses staff for their kind, compassionate care and support.

In lieu of flowers please consider donating to the Lakes Region Visiting Nurses Association (LRVNA.org)
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Martha Cox Ballantyne

Posted at 08:07pm
I am a Belmont schools and BU classmate of Allan and I have always considered him to be a person of courage and cheer - a noble soul. May you his family be comforted by your memories of his goodness. Martha Cox Ballantyne, BHS 1959
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Beverly Brewer

Posted at 11:30am
Marilyn,
Sending sincere condolences to you and your family. Thinking of you and keeping you in my thoughts and prayers at this difficult time.
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