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Charles Tramont, M.D.

September 2, 1937 — November 18, 2021

Born to Samuel and Jean Tramont in Buffalo, New York, on September 2, 1937, Charles Vincent Tramont began his path of training, accomplishment, and service. He led a full, passionate, and meaningful life until he took his very last breath at home in Sun City West, Arizona, on November 18, 2021, attended by his loving family. After graduation in 1958 from John Carroll University, he went on to earn his M.D. degree from New York Medical College in New York City, New York, in 1962. Dr. Tramont then began his medical practice in obstetrics and gynecology, performing surgeries and delivering thousands of babies through the University Hospitals’ Health System in Chardon, Ohio. His primary focus was always on healing and promoting good health, whether by conventional means or, later in his life, utilizing alternative, natural healing methods. Dr. Tramont continued serving others during his time spent with the Air Force. He graduated from the School of Aerospace Medicine in 1984 and the Air War College Associated Studies Program in 1988. Serving as a Flight Surgeon, he was assigned to Active Duty in 1966 during the Vietnam War and again in 1991 during Desert Storm after attaining the rank of Colonel. None could deny he was a patriot who loved his country. In 2000, Dr. Tramont retired from his OB/GYN practice and moved to Las Vegas, Nevada, where he became certified by the American Board of Hypnotherapy. Shortly after starting a private practice in hypnotherapy, he delved into the therapeutic value of past-life regression through hypnosis. Excited by what he was learning, he was invited to lecture on this topic at the Consciousness Studies program at the University of Nevada in Las Vegas and decided to write a book about his astonishing discoveries while performing past-life regressions. In 2009, his first book, From Birth to Rebirth: Gnostic Healing for the 21st Century was published, followed in 2016 by What’s Missing in Medicine: Unleashing the Healing Power of the Subconscious Mind. His methods of treatment are now being taught by Terry Palmer. Ph.D., in London, England. Charles Tramont was not only a man with great compassion but a man of many passions as well. In addition to his enthusiasm evidenced in several vocations, over the years he has also enjoyed tennis, horseback riding, martial arts, men’s fashion, boating, snorkeling, metaphysics, dancing, and music. And to the delight of nearly all those who knew him well was his obsession with knights and chivalry, manifested in his home decor, wardrobe, library, and topics of conversation. Dr. Tramont was preceded in death by his parents but is survived by his sister, Michelle Rice (Ron), his loving wife, Nancy (née Williams), and his children: Karen Palmer (Jeff); Michael Tramont (Sharon); Lisa Menard (Tom); DeAnn Brett (John); Richard Tramont; Robert Tramont (Julie); Renea McKown (Todd); Samantha Gainer (Mark); and Charles Tramont (Candy). Additionally, he is survived by his step-children Natalie Frye (Brian) and Derek Smoot, as well as thirteen grandchildren and four great-grandsons. Dr. Tramont loved spending time with family and friends, bringing an abundance of joy into our lives. He was a truly great man, and many will miss him greatly. Services will be private.
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