my memory of tammy was at cattle shows, when she was busy she was always there to talk to me and offer words of kindness and wisdom. we always talked on the phone after a show about who had won what and what her lowlines were up to. i have a heifer which mum and dad purchased from allambie after her passing so she is my 'memory of tammy' i also have a breast cancer charm to remember my friend and best mate by' i'll treasure you forever tammy rest in peace you'll always be in my heart
My dearest Tammy, I will always remember your energetic, strong and brave personality, you never really stopped for a moment. You had this amazing energy and strength through your working life and you taught me a lot and always showed faith in me, thank you. It's been a real pleasure knowing and working with you. May you rest in peace Lisa
I won't forget your dedication to the Lowline breed, and all those school students that you helped get started. I will miss those conversations at Sydney, amongst your beautiful looking cattle and dedicated team of students, and who would ever forget the matching maroon truck and trailer, and my all time favourite Allambie Show Box (not for sitting on but admiring).
I have many great memories of Tammy. They are all to do with cattle and all bring a smile to my face. A general memory is celebrating Liz's birthday with Cake and Sparkling wine each year. I always was invited to sit for a moment outside the locker and partake in a little of each (often more of the latter). My more vivid memory is one year at Melbourne show when Tammy was madly preparing her cattle for the show ring. She was clipping like a crazy lady- always the perfectionsist and always so inthrawled in the job at hand that everything else was forgotten. As she stood up from checking the belly she asked my opinion. It was then that we realised her boobs were crooked! She just laughed and fixed her self up- oh and kept clipping! Without wanting to take up too much time, I also wanted to mention her serious side. During particularly tough times for me (not long after her initial diagnosis) she offered me support. While to her her wise words were just that, to me they were an offering of strength and wisdom. While we only caught up briefly over the past few years at shows, I hope she would have known that I appreciated her friendship. I hope one day I have the outlook you did Tammy! Hayley Robinson (nee Moreland)
thanks tammy for the memories we had and thanks for the support you gave me over the yrs i will never forget you james munro
Tammy thanks so much for everything u did for BPC and especially helping me on my breast cancer journey. No-one can travel the journey beside u except for another patient. I will lawys remeber the fun we had at shows/field days etc. Thnk u for sharing your heart, your home and avice with me. I shall always be grateful that we met. I hope also that u have found the greenest paddock and are sorting out the baby calves. RIP dear friend... Cathy
Tam thanks for the good times at the shows, i will never forget your postive attitude or your love for your Lowlines and life in general. May there be no droughts only green grass and plenty of Lowlines where you have gone. Tania Guaran