Tamborah “Tammy” Dawn Baggett, age 43, of Winder, GA passed away Tuesday, May 30, 2017. She is survived by her son, Walker Thomas Baggett; father, Tommy Baggett & wife, Sherry of Acworth; mother, Diane Baggett of Winder; brother, Scott Baggett & wife, Melisa of Buford; sister, Amber Baggett of Acworth; nephews, Baylor and Brandon Baggett. Tammy proudly served her country in the U.S. Navy from 1998-2003. A memorial service will be held at 1:00 pm, Saturday, June 3, 2017 at Wages & Sons Gwinnett Chapel with Dr. David L. Davis officiating. The family will receive friends 1 hour prior to the service. Flowers are accepted, or those desiring may consider a memorial donation to Tammy’s son, Walker at https://www.facebook.com/donate/10211350707156821 Arrangements by Wages & Sons Gwinnett Chapel, 1031 Lawrenceville Hwy., Lawrenceville, GA 30046, 770-277-4550. Online condolences may be expressed at www.wagesandsons.com

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  1. The last message from Tammy was thanking me for being a friend to her cousin, Dana. She ended with I Love You. I was in complete awe over her strength, tenacity, selflessness and beautiful heart. Tammy was more of a woman than I will ever dream of being.

  2. Such a kind soul. Even though she was battling her own illness, she always wanted others to know she was praying for them. My thoughts and prayers are with her family.

  3. Such an inspiring, kind, loving woman and friend. The world was a better place because of you Tammy.

  4. What a HERO to So many in all kinds of ways! Inspired So many with her positive attitude! What a true gift from God to have had the honor to know Tammy! Go Rest high! Till we meet again in heaven. I Love you and Love and prayers for your family!

  5. She was such a warrior. A true fighter. She let us in on her world with her posts and you could feel every word she shared. She will definitely be missed but never forgotten. ❤️

  6. RIP sweet warrior! You were so loved by all. I am blessed to have known you. Prayers for your family.


  8. Tammy was my very best friend. Her faith gave me faith. She was an incredible, one of a kind woman. Her love for her family, friends and country were inspiring. She will be deeply and truly missed. I find comfort in knowing I will see her in heaven. Praying for the family.

  9. I never got to know Tammy but I followed her daily posts on Facebook. She fought a long hard battle. I know she was a great person because she was a “Baggett”…and they don’t come much better than that!!!! Rest In Peace Tammy.

  10. No one can prepare you for a loss, it comes like a swift wind or slow as a river. However, take comfort in knowing that Tammy is now resting in the arm of our Lord. My deepest condolences to you and your family.

  11. Tammy, thank you for teaching me to live life with no regrets, to have faith even in the darkest of days, and to laugh and enjoy life! The sound of your laughter will always be etched in my memory and without a doubt bring a smile to my face. Rest easy sweet friend!

  12. Your courage and strength will be forever remembered. You fought hard and taught us all so much. I pray that all who miss Tammy will cherish her smile and the love she shared.

  13. Dianne and family, Tammy fought a good fight, she finished her race and she kept the faith. 2 Tim 4:7. She inspired and touched so many people. You and the family are in my thoughts and prayers.

  14. We love you Tam Tam.. You fought the bravest fight ever!.. your strength was unbelievable.. you’re free now boss lady.. Forever in my heart as well as Dads and Haleys.. we will miss you always..

  15. Dianne and family, Tammy was a fighter, she fought a long courageous battle!! She is definately one of the strongest women I’ve known, such an inspiration to so many. My thoughts and prayers are with you and the family!

  16. We are born for wonder, for joy, for hope, for love, to marvel at the mystery of existence, to be ravished by the beauty of the world, to seek truth and meaning, to acquire wisdom, and by our treatment of others to brighten the corner where we are. (Dean Koontz) This was Tammy.

  17. Tammy you were a warrior here on earth and an angel now in heaven. I’ve shared your story with many and will always remember your smile gracing those Berkmar halls. Thank you so much for all you shared with us through your fight. You’ve definitely earned your crown. Rest and we will all see you soon!

  18. I’m so sorry for your loss. It is tough and you will miss her, but take courage in the fact that she is not here but is with the Lord Jesus.

  19. Words cannot express the sadness I feel about your passing. I will never forget meeting you at the Hope Lodge and we bonded immediately. I’m honored to have met you and become great friends through our battles of these horrible diseases. You are the most inspiring, sweet, caring, warrior, positive woman I’ve ever met. The Windship Cancer center has your spirit and always will. RIP my sweet friend and fly free angel!

  20. Tammy even though I haven’t seen you in years, I’ve spoken with Dana and she told me about the cancer. I’m so sorry you’ve had to endure that horrible disease. It seems like it always goes to the wrong people. The ones that are strong,beautiful caring, and kind. You were all of those and more. My heart goes out to your family, God has her now she’s one of his angels but we will always have her in our hearts.

  21. I am so sorry for your loss. Although I did not know Tammy I do know that she was loved very much. “Those we love don’t go away, they walk beside us everyday, unseen and unheard but always near, still loved, still missed and very dear.” You are all in my thoughts and prayers.

  22. Diane, You are in my prayers. Stay Strong. Tammy is in a better place, and not suffering anymore. She fought to the end. God will give you the peace and strength that you need during this difficult time. Remember he will never leave you nor forsake you!

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