Tammy Kay Baldwin, 59, of Topeka, KS passed away at the University of Kansas Medical Heart Center on November 1st, 2022.
She was born on July 17th, 1963 in Topeka, KS to Leroy W. Groves and Marjorie K. Marsh, both of Topeka.
Tammy attended Highland Park High School. She obtained her CNA license at Kaw Area Technical school in Topeka post high school. She worked as a CNA for many years.
Tammy had two children: a daughter, Amanda Packer and a son, Danny Packer Jr. both of Topeka.
Tammy married Terry G. Baldwin on June 14th, 1997 in Berryton, KS. They shared 25 years of marriage together.
She was preceded in death by her father, Leroy W. Groves and her mother Marjorie “Kathy” Marsh. Several aunts and uncles and a niece.
Survivors include: her husband, Terry G. Baldwin of Topeka. Her daughter, Amanda Packer (Richard), her son, Danny Packer Jr and step son Shannon Baldwin (Tabitha) all of Topeka. Her Sisters, Bonnie Brown (David) of Maryland and Lisa Braden of Topeka and her brothers Wayne Groves, Kenny Groves (Sandy) and Derral Groves (Donna) all of Topeka. Nine grandchildren, Gabe, Josh, Dakota, Jayden, Jordan, Jaxson, Trinity, Xander and Alyssa. Three great grandchildren, Adaleigh, Brayden and Cayden. And several nieces and nephews.
Tammy will be cremated and a memorial/celebration of life service is TBD at this time.
Read Prayers and Memory's for “Tammy Kay Baldwin”
Oh my sweet, sweet little sister. How I love you so. I am heartbroken. I can’t believe that you are gone. It wasn’t fair that you were taken from us so soon. We weren’t ready to lose you. You still had much living to do. You have so many people who love you and miss you. I know that I’m going to miss you terribly for the rest of my life. ? I’ll hold you in my heart forever until we meet in Heaven, my sweet, sweet little sister. ❤️?
Fly high with the angels, my dear Aunt Tammy. I love you and will miss you so much. You were always there for me to talk to. I'm so glad I got to say goodbye and I love you one last time. I'm sure Grandma & Grandpa welcomed you with open arms. You were taken from us way too early. I love you! Always.
I still have no words except I love you. We all love you. My heart is broken. I miss you already. Give Grandma and Aunt Ginnie a hug for me and don't worry about mom she'll be ok. Rest in Peace Aunt Tammy. I love you.
So sorry for your loss. Know you and your family are in our thoughts and prayers. ?
I just can't wrap my head around the fact that you are no longer here. I can't find the words to express the emptiness I feel inside my heart and soul. We were always a 6-pack and even though you are not physically here, we will forever be a 6-pack. I love and miss you so much and it just isn't the same without you here. ?
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