In Memory

Tammi Weber (Shifflet)

Tammi L. (Weber) Shifflet, 38, of Ashland, died Tuesday, December 9, 2008, at Wooster Community Hospital. Born October 5, 1970 in Mansfield, she was the daughter of Bob and Deb (Wagner) Weber. Tammi was a devoted wife and mother who thoroughly enjoyed family activities, spending time with friends, camping, and motorcycling with Walt. She had a love for life and enjoyed making people laugh. Tammi was so happy to have Walt as her husband.
She is survived by her loving husband, Walt; children, Cole (9) and Carleigh (4) and their dog, Maggie; parents, Bob and Deb; sister, Karri (Ryan) Ohl and nieces Lauren and Kylie of Ashland. She will be greatly missed by family; loving friends Heather, Sue, Tia, Ada, Mary, Susan, and too many others to name. She was preceded in death by special maternal grandparents (Hylda and Walt Wagner); paternal grandparents; and a special cousin, Matt Wagner.
Friends may call Sunday, December 14, 2008 from 2-6 p.m. at the Diamond St. Home of Wappner Funeral Directors, 98 S. Diamond St., Mansfield. Funeral services will be held Monday, December 15, 2008 at 1:00 p.m. at the funeral home conducted by Rev. Phil Green. Burial will follow in Mt. Zion Cemetery. Memorial contributions may be made in lieu of flowers to the Tammi Weber Shifflet Benevolent Fund at any First Merit Bank.



 
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02/27/09 11:06 AM #1    

Robbin Corbin (Baxter)

This is from Robbin Corbin-Baxter. I was saddened when I read through our school profiles that Tammi had passed away. Tammi was one of the funniest girls! I always remember her laughing. Her laugh was infectious! She and I were not best friends but she was always nice to me even when others were not! I remember her on the Ramettes drill-team. She really enjoyed dancing. Especially to Longtrain {our signature post game dance}. She will be missed. I will always remember her fondly. My sincere sympathy goes out to her husband and children and of course all of those who loved her as well.

Respectfully,
Robbin

02/27/09 11:07 AM #2    

Robbin Corbin (Baxter)

This is from Robbin Corbin-Baxter. I was saddened when I read through our school profiles that Tammi had passed away. Tammi was one of the funniest girls! I always remember her laughing. Her laugh was infectious! She and I were not best friends but she was always nice to me even when others were not! I remember her on the Ramettes drill-team. She really enjoyed dancing. Especially to Longtrain {our signature post game dance}. She will be missed. I will always remember her fondly. My sincere sympathy goes out to her husband and children and of course all of those who loved her as well.

Respectfully,
Robbin

02/27/09 11:07 AM #3    

Robbin Corbin (Baxter)

This is from Robbin Corbin-Baxter. I was saddened when I read through our school profiles that Tammi had passed away. Tammi was one of the funniest girls! I always remember her laughing. Her laugh was infectious! She and I were not best friends but she was always nice to me even when others were not! I remember her on the Ramettes drill-team. She really enjoyed dancing. Especially to Longtrain {our signature post game dance}. She will be missed. I will always remember her fondly. My sincere sympathy goes out to her husband and children and of course all of those who loved her as well.

Respectfully,
Robbin

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