Bruce Stuart Trembly
Bruce Stuart Trembly

Hanover, NH — Bruce Stuart Trembly, age 67, of Hanover, New Hampshire passed away July 18, 2021 in Cleveland, Ohio. Stuart was born in New Haven, Connecticut and resided in Hanover as a dedicated member of Dartmouth College's Thayer School of Engineering.

Professor Trembly received his BS in Electrical Engineering at Yale University in 1975 and his PhD in Engineering Sciences at Dartmouth College in 1983. He joined Thayer School as an Assistant Professor and has been a deeply committed teacher and scholar, providing a high level of rigor in his courses and engaging discussions with his students.

His research focused on therapeutic heating and properties of the tissue as well as the development of various biomedical techniques to treat disease. A holder of numerous patents, Professor Trembly was also the founder and co-founder of several successful biomedical technology start-ups. In 2019, Stuart was honored with the Dartmouth Technology Innovation and Commercialization Award at the Dartmouth Entrepreneurs Forum. In 2020, he was elected as Senior Member of the National Academy of Inventors, recognizing scientists who have demonstrated remarkable innovation-producing technologies that have delivered or have the potential to create significant impact on society.

Stuart was an avid sailor, oarsman, runner and biathlete. He is survived by his mother, Grevilda Trembly; his brother, Mark Trembly, and wife, Susan Trembly; his nephews, Scott, Thomas and John Trembly and niece, Caroline Trembly, all of Greenville, South Carolina. Stuart was preceded in death by his father, Bruce Trembly, MD of Dresden, Maine and his brother, Philip Trembly of Farmington Hills, Michigan.

A celebration of Stuart's life will be held in Hanover, NH at a later date.

In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations in memory of Professor B. Stuart Trembly to: Dartmouth College, Gift Recording Office, 6066 Development Office, Hanover, N.H. 03755.
Published by Valley News on Jul. 22, 2021.
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