Tami Lynn (Carter) Tucker passed away unexpectedly at her home in Renton, Washington on August 17, 2016. She was born to Fred and Barbara Carter on August 1, 1960 in Anderson, living most of her life in the Anderson/Alexandria area, graduating from Highland High School in 1978.

Tami married Jeff Tucker in 1999 and worked as a real estate escrow officer in the state of Washington.

Tami enjoyed watching the Colts, Seahawks, and Mariners. She and her husband attended music concerts and traveled. Tami was always on Facebook. Tami took part in MS Fundraising, with which she was diagnosed in 2007. Her family and friends were most important to her.

Tami is survived by her husband, Jeff Tucker;children, Christopher (Tracy) Snyder and Brittany Snyder; parents, Fred and Barbara Carter; sister, Teresa (David) Amberger; grandchildren, Ava and Olivia Snyder; stepchildren, Chelsea and Austin Tucker; niece, Taylor Amberger;nephews, Noah Amberger and Cory Hummel; special cousin, Dr. Brian Telle; uncle,Butch (Pam) Hughes; in-laws, Cherylaine and Ernest Cecchini; numerous nieces,nephews, and cousins; and her precious service dog, Angus.

Preceding Tami in death are her maternal and paternal grandparents; sister, Pamela Sue Carter; brother, Dave Hummel; nephew, AaronHummel; and father of her children, Jeff Snyder.

The service is at 2:00 PM, Wednesday, August 31, a tLegacy Cremation & Funeral Services with burial to follow at Anderson Memorial Park. Visitation is the same day, 11:00-2:00, prior to the service.

To honor Tami’s memory, please donate to nationalmssociety.org.or www.youcaring.com/tami-tucker-and-chris-snyder-628472.

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  1. My dear friend Tami. You will be missed greatly. I will always treasure our friendship. Sorry I can not be there for your family physically, but will be there in spirit and prayer. Rest in peace my friend till we see each other again.

  2. Words will never be enough to express the fun and joy you brought to our lives. I will miss planning our parties together. I will miss watching football games,fires at the cabin, dinners and limo rides, most of all your beautiful smile. I will carry it in my heart FOREVER 😇

  3. I met Tami on our first day of seventh grade at Highland High School. We bonded that day. I will always cherish our special friendship and memories we made. We were ‘Girls That Wanna Have Fun" Every time I hear that song I think of you and laugh! I will miss you dearly! I love ya girl! My thoughts and prayers are with the family during this difficult time.

  4. We are thinking & praying for you and your family at this time . xoxo 💜💜 RIP Tami 💜💜

  5. We are praying for peace & comfort for your family🙏🙏 Rest in peace Tami. You were a good friend, we had some great times back in the day.

  6. You are all in our thoughts and prayers. We know today will be hard but hope that the love all around you will help ease the pain. To my dear friend, Teresa, know I am always here for you. Tami had a wonderful smile and I will miss seeing her on Facebook. RIP

  7. Dear Tami, thank you for reaching out to me on FB. your constant support and show of love didn’t make our friendship any different if you had known me for years , we had a lot of things in common .love towards me on a daily basis was remarkable , since we
    never got a chance to meet.your kind heart always shined towards me thank you for boing someone I liked being a part of my life life I will always think of you and smile sleep in peace beautiful flowr dawnw’nw ann
    really never met in person

  8. We just wanted all of Tami’s family to know that we are thinking about you and praying for you as you begin your "new normal" without sweet Tami. She was one of the kindest and dearest friends I’ve ever had and she will never be forgotten. Hope you can take it all a day at a time and allow yourselves to grief through the process. Try to remember all the wonderful things about Tami when you’re sad and hopefully that will bring a smile to your faces. We love you, Mendy Caldwell and Linda Welborn

  9. I would like to express my deepest sympathy and great sorrow for the death of Tami. We were very close friends for many years. So many wonderful memories , visiting in Oklahoma, all the fun we had. Tami was a wonderful, caring and loving person; a true friend. No greater pain than the loss of a loved one or a close and dear friend. Prayers and thoughts for Fred and Barbara and family; Chris and family; Brittany; Jeff and family ,hoping all will find peace. Steve and Pam Lackey

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