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Tamara Kurtansky

April 26, 1968 — October 10, 2015

Tamara K (Friday) Kurtansky of Millington formerly of Mayville passed away early Saturday morning October 10, 2015 while at the McLaren Regional Medical Center-Flint. Tammy was 47.

Tammy was born on April 26, 1968 in Lapeer, Michigan and was the daughter of the late Floyd Friday and Judy Bellamy-Studier. As a youngster Tammy grew up in the Mayville area. She has been employed for the last 11 years with Larsen Graphics of Vassar, Michigan as a screen print operator. Tammy love spending time with family and friends. She loved to camp, and ride the four wheelers. Her pride and joy was her granddaughter Naomi. Though Tammy maybe remembered for many things to many people, she will always be remembered to most for being the first one there when help was needed. No matter if it was family, friends, or sometimes a total stranger, she was there to help. Her family and friends will miss her warmth, compassion, and her smile.

Tammy leaves to cherish many memories; husband Chris Sebert, two daughters and son in-law, Ashley and Terry B. Nix Jr, Stephanie Fisette and fiancée Jerry Donley, granddaughter Naomi, two sisters, Corri Bellamy-Clark, Dawn Bellamy-Tucker. She leaves also step-siblings Eric Friday, Michael Friday, Michelle Corbet Brenda Schiek, and Lauri Bennett, and other extended family and friends.

The family has honored Tammy’s request and cremation has taken place. They will plan a life celebration services at a later date. You’re welcome to share a memory, express personal condolences, or light a candle by opening the Memory Wall tab.


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