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Obituary – Tammy Lea Abboud

June 21, 2019 | By | More

“I am the resurrection and the life. The one who believes in me will live, even though they die.” (John 11:25)

Abboud-TammyTammy Lea Abboud
Passed away unexpectedly on Thursday, March 21, 2019 at the age of 55.
Loving wife of Issa Mike Abboud.
Beloved adopted-daughter of the late Bruce and Patricia Peachey; and daughter of Shirley and late Bob Thompson.
Much loved mother of Tiffany and Brandon Huth, and grandmother of Mason and Kylee.
Dear sister of Sharon; step-sister of Jerry, Danny and Linda; and sister-in-law of George, Fares and Dally Abboud.
Dear aunt of Tarren, Robbie and Peyton Baker; Victoria, Sophie, Brittany, Susan, Alyssa Abboud; and the late Shawn Baker.
The family will receive relatives and friends on Tuesday June 25, 2019  from 2:00  to 4:00 pm and 7:00 to 9:00 pm at McEvoy-Shields Funeral Home , 1411 Hunt Club Road at Albion Road
Funeral service will be held on Wednesday June 26, 2019 at 2:00 pm at Our Lady of Visitation Church, 5338 Bank St. Ottawa.
Interment Capital Memorial Gardens, 3700 Prince of Wales Dr, Nepean, ON K2C 3H2
In memoriam donations to St. Joe’s Women’s Center, held a special place in Tammy’s heart, would be appreciated www.stjoeswomencentre.org  .

Tammy’s biggest joy in her life were her grandchildren Mason and Kylee. She always had a beautiful smile, a caring heart and compassion for others. She was always helping people, always a person to talk to and had an enormous heart for her family and friends.
Tammy had many gifts and talents she did not give herself credit for. She had a flair for decorating and coordinated all the renovations in their condo. She transformed an older kitchen into modern magic with turning nonfunctional spaces into beautiful ones that were actually used. Her kitchen renovation was so special it was featured on a website.
She had a huge mothering spirit and took all the nieces under her wing. She became the matriarch of the family when her mother in law passed, always hosting holiday dinners and birthdays, always trying to keep the family together. It was at her insistence that they reconnect with family in the States. Their annual visit to Ohio became a special tradition.
Aunt Evelyn, who helped take care of her husband Issa when he was a baby, loved the visits and so looked forward to them each summer.
Tammy loved dining out and shopping and was always interested in trying new places. She could be counted on to bring gifts for everyone from some where new she had visited.
To honor Tammy’s spirit, be kind to someone; go out of your way to be patient and understanding with family and friends even when it’s a challenge.

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