Brad M. Tatreau, age 62

of Greenfield

Brad M. Tatreau, age 62

Brad M. Tatreau, age 62, of Greenfield, formerly of Quincy, passed away, Tuesday, January 14, 2019 at the Massachusetts General Hospital, in the comfort of his loving family.

He was born in Quincy, to the late Pierce and Patricia (Palmer) Tatreau. Raised and educated in Quincy, he was a graduate of Quincy High School. Brad had lived in Greenfield for thirty-one years, previously in Quincy.

Brad was the Director of Business Operations and Finance Information Services for UMass Memorial Healthcare Services in Worcester for eighteen years.

He enjoyed working around his home, traveling and was an avid Boston sports fan.

Most of all, he loved spending time with his family and especially his cherished grandchildren.

Beloved husband for thirty-four years of Lisa A. (Dickson) Tatreau.

Devoted father of Ryan J. Tatreau and his wife Christina of Windsor, Conn. and Chelsea L. Tatreau of Easthampton.

Loving grandfather of Franklin and Ayla.

One of four siblings, he was the dear brother of Charlotte Tatreau of Florida and was pre-deceased by Franklin and Lindy. Brad is also survived by many nieces and nephews.

Visiting hours will be held at the Sweeney Brothers Home for Funerals, 1 Independence Avenue, Quincy on Sunday, January 19, from 2 – 5 p.m. Relatives and friends are invited to attend.

In lieu of flowers, donations in Brad’s memory may be made to the MGH Lung Transplant Program, Attn: Lynn Wilcott, 55 Fruit Street, WHT 517, Boston, MA 02114.


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  • Goodbye old friend, you will be sorely missed. I will cherish all of the memories we had growing up in Gtown. The black light basements, dirt bike riding, motorcycles, we did have a blast. God speed Brad.

    Bob aka yogi….

  • Farewell dear friend., rest in peace. I will miss you.

  • So sorry to read this. RIP

  • Deeply moved by the. News of the passing of my old friend.
    I remember you, Brad, Rest In Peace.

  • Rest In Peace my friend. I will cherish the many memories we shared. Growing up in GTOWN and creating lifelong laughs and friendships. Go my friend and meet Robbie and you have become a bright star in the heavens . Your forever friend PAUL MOORE

  • Rest peacefully Brad.

  • RIP Brad, My thought and prayers are with you and your family. ❤️

  • My sincere condolences to Brad’s family. Brad was a sweet guy and my stepbrother. Our parents were married for 15 years. I knew Brad since I was a teenager 40 years ago at least. I am so shocked to hear of his passing. Brad was so young. I conversed with him on Facebook on occasion. It is hard to believe. I lost my biological brother last March at the age of 61. I feel greatly sad for his family and will keep them in my thoughts and prayers. Rest in Peace my brother and my friend.

  • Thoughts and prayers sent to the family.In memory of childhood days in G-town, RIP Brad.You will be missed by all.

  • I am so sorry to learn of Brad’s passing. I didn’t know he was sick. We grew up in Germantown together. We always had Fun together. He was a Great Guy. He even let me drive his Brand New Lime Green Camaro, I told him him on Facebook what a Thrill that was. We always talked about animals. My condolences to Brad’s Family. Wife, Children, Grandchildren and Sister Charlotte. GODSPEED to you Brad, you can be with your Mother. RIP BRAD, A GOOD MAN. Fondly, Dawn Twomey

  • So very sad to hear this news. I have a lot of great memories with Brad back when we were all young. He was always a great guy; sounds like he continued to be throughout his life.
    Thoughts and prayers to his family. So sorry for your loss.

  • Charlotte … So very sorry to hear about Brad. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family at this difficult time.

  • So sorry to hear news about Brad. I worked with Brad at UMASS Hospital plus he was my boss for a few years. He had a fun sense of humor. May you rest in Peace Brad.