Tammy Jean Taylor

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Tammy Jean Taylor 45 of Richmond , Died unexpectedly on Sunday, August 16 at Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center in Lebanon.

She was born the daughter of Lorraine H. (Beam) and Charles J. Taylor Jr. on January 14, 1964 in Bellows Falls, VT. She was educated in Brattleboro and graduated from Brattleboro Union High School class of 1982. She has lived in Richmond with her fiancee Paul for the past 10 years and previously in Brattleboro.

Ms. Taylor has worked in many positions for various employers over the years. For the past 3 years Tammy has been gainfully employed by United Naturals in Chesterfield. She worked as a warehouse and re-pack specialist.

She wasn’t materialistic. She loved her dogs and traveled when possible. When traveling she liked to do it on a motorcycle with her husband to be, Paul. She also loved to be with family and friends. She enjoyed getting together for laughs and good times. Tammy loved life.

Tammy is survived by her only child, Amanda L. Deitz of Putney, VT. her parents Lorraine H. and Charles J Taylor III of Putney, VT. She also leaves her fiancee, Paul E. Copley of Richmond. Her three siblings Nathan E. Taylor and his wife Katheryn of Winchester. Charles J. Taylor III and his wife Ingrid of Springfield, Missouri and Janette R. Russell of Brattleboro, VT. She will also be missed but not forgotten by her numerous nieces, nephews, cousins extended family and friends.

Calling hours will be held on Sunday from 2 to 5p.m. in the funeral home. Grave side service will occur at the Westminster Cemetery off of Rt. 5 in Westminster, VT. on Monday at 10a.m. Flowers will gladly be accepted. However, at the request of the family they would prefer donations be made in memory of Tammy J. Taylor to the Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center, One Medical Center Dr. Lebanon, NH. 03755 for education and training purposes. All services are under the direction of Cheshire Family Funeral Home. 46 South Winchester St. West Swanzey. www.cheshirefamilyfuneralhome.com

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