Tammy Braudaway, 40

Tammy Braudaway, age 40 of Paris died Friday Oct 28 in Medical City Hospital in Dallas.

The family will receive friends 4-6 pm Wed Nov 2 at Wood Funeral Home in Deport.

Tammy was born Sept 16, 1971 in Dallas the daughter of Robert and Patsy Grunau Braudaway. She was a home health nurse.

She is survived by her parents Pat and Robert Braudaway of Paris, a daughter Trisha Boner and husband Brad of Chico, Texas, a sister Bobbie Jo Whisenand of Richmond Virginia, two grandchildren and her grandparents Newt and Imogene Cook of Paris and numerous aunts and uncles.  She was preceded in death by a brother Tony Braudaway in 1997.

  1. Ginger Gober says:

    Our deepest sympathy in your time of sorrow!
    Tammy was a very smart,friendly and one of the most caring people I have ever known! I thought of her just as if she was one of my own children.
    She will be deeply missed by all of us.
    God Speed Tammy you are safe and in God hands now!

  2. Bridget Vietta says:

    Tammy I love u! We are sisters best friends! I will miss you! But I also know you will be right here by my side.

  3. Nancy Copeland says:

    Peggy and family,
    Please accept my deepest sympathy and know that you are all in my prayers. She sounds like she was a great lady now at peace in the arms of Jesus. Blessings to you all.

  4. Monica Johnson says:

    Bobby, Pat and Family,

    Please accept my deepest sympathy for your loss. May God be with you and your family to help you get through this time of sorrow. You and yours are in my prayers.

  5. robin says:

    My prays go out to yall! I hope one day soon all the pain will ease up for all of you, and that everything will be okay! I don’t know most of y’all, but I know my aunt Tammy! She was truly an AMAZING person, and MAGNIFICENT aunt! I love, and miss you Aunt Tammy! You’ll FOREVER, and ALWAYS be with me! REST IN PEACE!! ONE DAY I will see you, and my dad (TONY) AGAIN!! I CANT wait until that day comes!! FOREVER IN MY HEART, and ALWAYS IN MY THOUGHTS!!

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