Jean Lucille Tremble (Score), age 90, was born on September 7, 1922 to Sig and Esther Score of north Menomonie. Jean attended North School and graduated from Menomonie High School. Jean attended Luther Hospital Nursing School in Eau Claire and received her registered nurse degree in 1943. Jean and John Tremble were married on March 4, 1943 in Chicago. \n \n Jean passed away unexpectedly on December 1st at Mayo Health System – Red Cedar and was preceded in death by her husband John E. Tremble III, her daughters Betty Jean Tremble and Carol Barresi, daughter-in-law Barbara Tremble, and her brother Lee Score. Jean is survived by her sister Beverly Waller of Menomonie, her daughters Linda (William) Schwartz of Cary, Illinois, and Julie Tremble of Republic, Washington and son, John (Holly-Jean) Tremble of Hudson. Jean has 5 grandchildren, Theodore Schwartz, Elizabeth Schwartz, John Prechel, Jacob Tremble and Carl Tremble as well as 6 great grandchildren; Jessica, Taylor and Alexandra Schwartz; and Olivia, Oliver and Ofelia Prechel. \n \n Jean and John Tremble began their life together after his discharge from the Army Air Corp in 1944 in Richland Center where Jean began her career as a hospital RN and John began his 38 year career with Wisconsin Milling Company. They moved to Menomonie in 1946 and Jean went to work for Memorial Hospital. Jean enjoyed gardening, knitting and volunteering. Jean was a lifelong member of Christ Lutheran Church. Jean and John enjoyed traveling regularly to places like Hawaii, Yucatan, Florida and the Bahamas as well as Minneapolis, Chicago and throughout Wisconsin. \n \n In 1970, after the Menomonie grain mill burned down, Jean and John and family moved to Medford where Jean continued her career at Taylor County Memorial Hospital. Jean was a house supervisor working in the Emergency Room, Coronary Care and Medical unit and finished her career in 1989 as the Director of Nursing at the hospital nursing home. Jean participated in a number of community activities and committees in Medford and was a member of St. Paul's Lutheran Church. \n \n After retirement and returning to Menomonie, Jean enjoyed her time by gardening, traveling, bridge, genealogy and spending time with friends and family. Jean particularly enjoyed going to Germany and Norway to see relatives. \n \n A memorial service will be held at Christ Lutheran Church, 1306 Wilcox Street, Menomonie, on Sunday, December 23rd at 1 p.m. with Pastor Geoff Scott officiating. Visitation will be at the church one hour prior to the service. Interment of Jean's ashes will take place in the spring at Evergreen Cemetery.