MULDOON, TAMMY STEPHANIE
It is with a heavy heart and cherished memories, we share that Tammy Stephanie Muldoon (nee Bullard) passed away at the young age of 63 on May 26, 2022.
She leaves behind her childhood sweetheart, Mike. He beautifully took care of her while she battled her illness. His dedication and adoration were evident every single moment. Those two lived for each other. Tammy’s life was full and beautiful, over 43 years of marriage, 2 children Udana-Lynne (Dawn) & Eric (Jennifer), 6 fantastic grandbabies; Tammy loved them more than anything in the world. Baynn, Finley, Breckin, Addison, Kinsley, and Clarkson were the crowning jewels in her life.
Tammy is predeceased by her parents, Thomas James and Ruth Hilda Francis, and her brothers Terry (Heather) and Gary (Nancy). The Bullard crew are thick as thieves and the ones she left behind, Nathan (Linda), Wanda (Jim), Dawn (Richard), Mel (Marilyn), and her bonus brother Brian are all ready to pick up the trouble she left unfinished. Although they met later in life, Tammy was lucky enough to meet two more brothers, Kieth and Bruce. In true Tammy form, they were welcomed with open arms.
She was the pied-piper of all the kids, young and old, she always had a game or activity up her sleeve to keep her many nieces and nephews (and grand-nieces and grand-nephews) entertained. Tammy’s friends were many and she made an impact in anyone’s life who was lucky enough to know her. Tammy was full of laughter and jokes. Always singing old country tunes. Tammy was the glue that held her immediate and extended family together. She never missed a birthday and everyone waited to hear her belt out a joyous rendition of Happy Birthday either over the phone or in person, likely wearing the most ridiculous hat. Tammy was the ear to listen to and the shoulder to cry on, always without judgment. Her kindness and silliness were contagious. If you want to, you can look for Tammy in anything purple, a butterfly, or in her grandbabies eyes. You will know she isn’t far. Roses are red my love, violets are blue, sugar is sweet my love – but not as sweet as you. The Muldoon family thanks everyone for their support over these tough few months. It really did take a village to ensure mom was taken good care of.
June 7 , 2022
12:30 pm – Dundas Driving Park – near the “Love of Family” sculpture
71 Cross Street, Dundas, ON L9H 2R5
Fellowship Gathering – 2pm – 5pm
Royal Canadian Legion – Valley City Branch (Dundas) – 280 King St W, Dundas ON L9H 1W1