Joseph A. Pramas, 45, of Friend Street, Gloucester, died
Tuesday, August 1, 2017 in his home following his sudden
illness. Joseph was born on June 26, 1972 in Danvers, son of the
late Angelo and Noella P. (Grandí Maison) Pramas. He was
educated in Peabody, went on to earn a BS and an MS from Salem
State University and was about to start his career in teaching
Joeís favorite hobbies were working out in the gym and cooking
with and for his many friends.
He is survived by his dear brother, Robert D. Pramas of
Danvers; aunts and uncles, Peter and Jay Pramas of Gloucester,
William and Elaine Pramas of Peabody, Patricia GrandíMaison of
Newburyport, Richard and Marie Lloyd of Danvers, and Annette V.
Janes of Hamilton; his dear friends where he worked at
Jalapenos in Gloucester and loving cousins and friends. In
addition to his parents he was predeceased by his aunts, Connie
Vainas, Mary Butler and Juliette Lavoie and uncles, Gerald
GrandíMaison, John E. Janes and Preston Pramas.
His funeral service will be held 11 am Friday August 11,
graveside in the Greenlawn Cemetery, 93 Washington Street,
Salem, MA. Family and friends are respectfully welcomed.