October 21 1966 - May 9th 2018 Tammie Louise Goulet was born October 21, 1966 in The Dalles, Oregon. She passed away in Diamond Lake, Washington in her home.
Tammie was born to James and Valda Juanita (Fleenor) Duke along with her 10 brothers and sisters. They moved to Valley, Washington when she was young, where she would eventually meet her future husband Tracy Goulet. Tammie loved art and went to Spokane Community College to earn her Associate of Arts in Graphic Design and Illustration. Her and Tracy were married on December 20, 1986 and had three children: Sidney, Logan, and Connor. Tammie held different jobs throughout her life, but enjoyed most the time she spent as Store Manager at Starbucks.
Tammie was a person who lived her life full of passion and was best known by friends and family for her contagious laugh and amazing sense of humor. She enjoyed working with people and was at her best when people needed cheering up. Tammie enjoyed many hobbies that included boating, golfing, gardening, art, and reading, but her favorite thing in the world was her three children. They meant the world to her, and was always quick to show anyone how proud of them she was. Tammie is survived by her husband Tracy and her children Sidney, Logan, and Connor, her loving brothers and sisters, and her many nieces and nephews.
The funeral service will be performed on Saturday May 19th at 10:00 A.M. at St Mary of the Rosary Catholic Church in Chewelah, Washington.
Sherman-Campbell Funeral and Cremation Services in Newport is in charge of arrangements. Family and friends are invited to sign the online guest book at shermancampbell.com
Sherman-Campbell Funeral and Cremation Services
PO Box 809 Newport, WA. 99156
Phone: 509-447-3118 Fax: 509-447-3247
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