Tammie Loretta Baxter Woods of Hickory, NC passed away on May 5, 2023 at the age of 57.
Tammie was born on July 5, 1965 in Lincolnton, NC to Essie Baxter and James Baxter.
Tammie attended Lincoln County schools. She loved to look out for others, and showed love to everyone she met. Tammie was loved for always telling people how it is, telling them off, all while in the same sentence telling them she loved them. She was a great cook, loved to sing, and dance.
Left to cherish her memory is her Husband Garrett, daughter TaMera(Renard), Son Tyreece, Grandson Oj, three great grandchildren Raylen, Kaylin, and Charleigh, Sister Gwendolyn, Brother Jerome.
She is preceded in death by her daughter Theressa, Grandmother Helen, Mother Essie, Father James, Step father Jimmy, Sister Cynthia and Brother James, and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins & friends.
A Going Home Service and Visitation will be held on Wednesday, May 10, 2023 at 1:00PM at New Hope Baptist Church 5186 Hope Road Vale, NC 28168.
My mother left a lasting impression on everyone se met with her smile telling the truth say what you want about me just don’t call me late for supper attitude fierceness was like no other love children and they loved her for always being real genuine generous willing to help or assist anyone in need of she could she always would find someone to if she couldn’t do it
You’re right about that. I know how you feel fam I got you but God got you first. I love you
Dear Aunt Tammie, I’m going to miss you dearly shoottt I already do. It broke my heart when you left but I couldn’t be selfish bc I know God, Mama, Papa, Step Dad, Mother, Sister, Brother and Aunts was waiting on you plus you got that beautiful new body and no more suffering Auntie. You ARE the true definition of STRONG and SURVIVOR bc 18 years is a long time to battle cancer but you endured to the end Now rest in heaven and peace baby. Just know we missing you like crazy Who going to be the life of the party? NOBODY can ever take your place‼️💯 I love you Aunt Tammie. You’re with God now #ForeverLiveMyAuntTammie
Rest easy childhood friend! Poplars crew! Praying for your family
Tammie my buddy you will be missed love you dearly you will never be forgotten
Whoa!! I could write a book bout u Tammie!!! You stayed on me n Tamera heads!!! Kept us laughing. The last time I saw u we both were in er and u cussed me and the staff raggedy lol but I knew it was all love. Are definitely left ur mark. U were one of a kind. You are truly gonna be missed. And to TaMera I will always love u we go waaayyyy back and I will always be there for u I pray strength and comfort for u. 🙏🏿🙏🏿
I always loved the realness of s.tammie, she was definitely honest and true. She was the type of person who would definitely make you laugh, especially when it was needed. She was a woman of wisdom and the babies truly loved her. She will truly be missed. And I will always remember her for always being kind to me.
She has definitely left her mark here,tryese and Tam welove you .
Mama I’m going to miss you so much! I know I told you I’m not gonna be mad & I’m not but my heart is hurting cause I can’t call you or you can’t call me or see you, I’m so happy you not going through that pain anymore I know you use to be like but daughter you don’t know how bad this pain is & you right I didn’t but I knew it had to be bad…I’m honor all your wishes & all those talks we had kind of made me a lil stronger but it couldn’t never prepare me for this moment! My dear beautiful Mama rest well baby! I LOVE YOU & in the words of my mama you can call me what you want just don’t call me late for supper!❤️
My Dear (Tammy) Tammie Hi, its me your first and dear cousin Tommy. I wanted to stop by and tell you from our child hood growing up. I have always admired your ability to say what’s on your mind and you make it funny. You are an awesome person and you were exciting to be around. I really appreciated your love and humor. I am truly sorry that I missed your home going ceremony, but trust me I was there in spirit. My dear Cousin I know your life here was sometimes a struggle. Although, I know your trust and believe in The Almighty God kept you strong like the women Who raised you. So I leave you and our family with this Scripture That our Grandmother use to quote Us so often that I’m sure like me You knew it by Heart. Let Not your heart be troubled you believe in God believe also in me. In my father house are many mansions. I go to prepare a place for you. Tammy you see the last part of that scripture. Now that your in the Mansion… Tell your Sister Cynthia and brother James we miss and love them. Tell Mother, Aunt Essie, Uncle LB, Aunt Joyce, WE…. I will never forget them. AS God said to you. I will never leave nor forsake you…
Love you forever..