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Tamara "Tami" Sue Edwards
March 26, 1947 ~ November 1, 2022 (age 75) 75 Years Old
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Tamara Sue Edwards “Tami” 75, of Dalton, GA passed away peacefully at home with family by her side on Tuesday, November 1, 2022.
She was preceded in death by her eldest son Scott Edwards; her mother and father Robert and Jeanne Davidson; her beloved husband of 50 years Garry Edwards; father in law and mother in law Lloyd and Lorene Edwards.
She is survived by her youngest son and faithful caregiver Ty Edwards of Dalton, beloved grandchildren Julia Edwards Bishop of Chatsworth; Emily Ann Edwards of Dalton; Tyler Landon Edwards of Chatsworth; brother in law Larry Edwards and wife Nancy of Padre Island, TX; sister in law Joyce Triola of Laurie, MO; Gayle Major and husband Bill of Palm Coast, FL.; loving family in Nebraska and Missouri, and let’s not forget her adored and very well fed cats Cinnamon and Sugar.
Tami was an only child and admitted to being spoiled (just a little). She was a competitive figure skater, an avid water skier, loved to travel and made friends everywhere she went, and was dedicated to staying in touch with everyone who crossed her path. To receive one of her beautifully handwritten letters was truly a gift of her love to all. Whether classy or sporty she was a selfless cheerleader to her boys on the ball field not only was she a great supporter during athletics her faithfulness to her family was even greater.
She was a committed professional at Collins & Aikman now Tandus for 33 years. She was a passionate bulldog fan and loved her country, and her Lord and Savior.
The family will receive friends at Rock Bridge Stage 123 on Monday, November 7th from 6 to 8 pm. The family wishes to thank 2 special outlaws Dinah and Sharon, her tribe, prayer group, amazing neighbors, and the multitude of friends that she has made throughout her life. The family would also like to extend their upmost appreciation to pastors Matt Evans and Jay Tenney as well as Hearth Hospice for taking such excellent care of Tami during her final days.
In Lieu of flowers, the family requests memorial contributions to be made to Hearth Hospice or Rock Bridge Community Church.
Arrangements made with integrity by Shawn Chapman Funeral Home,Crematory and Monuments