Tammy Jean Reagan, a compassionate nurse whose passion lied in helping others, has sadly departed from this world. She lived a life driven by love and care, leaving behind cherished memories for those fortunate enough to have known her.
Born on April 17, 1973, in the vibrant city of New York, Tammy graced the world with her warm presence. From an early age, it was evident that she possessed a gentle spirit and a nurturing heart.
Beyond her professional life, Tammy had a deep passion for collecting porcelain dolls. Each delicate doll held significance to her as they represented both innocence and resilience - qualities that resonated deeply with Tammy herself. Amidst her busy schedule, she would often find solace in gently arranging these dolls and appreciating their beauty.
Tammy's loving nature extended to her family as well. She leaves behind a legacy of love carried by those closest to her: her mother Gloria DeWitt; ( and late father, Robert DeWitt) her children Robert William Wallace Reagan, Victoria Reagan, and Kasandra Reagan; as well as her brother Bobby DeWitt Jr. The bond shared between them is unbreakable and will undoubtedly provide strength during these difficult times.
On October 30, 2023, Tammy Jean Reagan left this world peacefully in Gastonia, North Carolina. Though we mourn the loss of such an extraordinary soul, let us also celebrate the life she lived and the profound impact she had on each of us. Tammy's kind-heartedness, compassion, and unwavering dedication to others will forever be remembered.
As we bid farewell to Tammy, let us embrace the memories of her warm smile, soothing touch, and unwavering commitment to making a difference in the lives of those around her.
In our hearts, Tammy Jean Reagan will forever live on as a beacon of love and selflessness. May she rest in eternal peace.
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