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Tammy Ann (Dye) Anderson

April 15, 1969 ~ May 13, 2022 (age 53)


Tammy Ann Dye Anderson, age 53 of Columbus died Friday evening, May 13, 2022, unexpectedly of a heart attack at Doctors Hospital. She was born in Oberlin on April 15, 1969, to Sally and Richard Dye.

Tammy graduated from Cardington-Lincoln School in the class of 1987. Tammy was listed in Who’s Who of America’s High School Students and received college scholarships from Burr Farms and Reader’s Digest. She went on to Marion Technical College and then began her career in the computer science field for McGill and later LCI and Quest.

Left to cherish Tammy’s memory are her husband Eddie E. Anderson III, two daughters Morghan and Chutney, son Eddie E. Anderson IV, grandson, Eddie Mykl and granddaughter Nihcollette all of Columbus. She is also survived by her mother, Sally Dye of Cardington, and her brother Terry (Cassi) Dye and their two sons, Jameson, and Maverick of Marengo. Her grandparents Jim and Ellen Ullom, an uncle Robert Ullom, and her father preceded her in death.

Tammy, a woman of faith, was a member of the First Congregation Church UCC in Columbus where she served on various committees. Serving with the Laundry Love ministry was dear to her heart. Tammy was also a member of the Center United Methodist Church in Cardington. As a young lady she shared her lovely voice by singing solos during morning worship.

She was a gourmet cook and catered events. Everyone especially enjoyed eating her cherry cheesecake. Tammy enjoyed cross-stitching, card making, cake decorating for birthdays and weddings, gardening, canning, watching Hallmark movies and mysteries, collecting snowmen and Longaberger baskets. She was known as the queen of couponing.

Tammy cherished spending time with her children and grandchildren. She was a kind-hearted and compassionate woman who dearly loved her family.

She was a loving, caring, amusing, polite, sympathetic, and generous woman. Tammy was a daughter, sister, niece, cousin, wife, mother, grandma, aunt and friend.

Memories of her love, laughter, and endless kindness will remain in her families’ hearts and minds forever.

A private Celebration of Life gathering will be held at a later date.

Those wishing to make a memorial contribution are asked to consider Center United Methodist Church of Cardington, 2263 Westfield Township Road 162, Ashley, Ohio 43003 C/O Barbara Richards or First Congregational Church, 444 East Broad Street, Columbus, Ohio 43215.

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