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Joyce Marie Tammany

Joyce Marie Tammany

Joyce Marie (Kinghorn) Tammany, 80 of Ft Washakie, Wyoming, passed away August 31,2019 at Chancellor Gardens in Clearfield, Utah.

Cremation has taken place and a Celebration of Life will be held at the family ranch in Ft. Washakie at a later date.

Joyce was born in Mamaroneck, N. Y. July 15, 1939.  She Graduated from Mamaroneck High School.

Joyce was married to Fred Tammany on May 27, 1961 and married 58 years.

Joyce was a devoted mother and wife who enjoyed many hobbies and the outdoors.  In her later years she worked at Westward Heights Nursing Home in Lander Wyo in the activities department.

Joyce is survived by her husband Fred, her children, James of Lander Wyo, Patricia Acton of Kaysville, Ut, Christopher of Sandown NH and Jonathan of Rock Springs Wyo. Also 6 grandchildren and 8 Great grandchildren.

Joyce was preceded by death by her parents Carelton and Patricia (Lesko) Kinghorn and brother Jon Kinghorn.

In lieu of flowers donations can be made to Shriners or St. Judes.

Joyce’s family  wishes  to Thank the Staff and The  many wonderful caregivers of Chancellor Gardens,and  also Comfort Worx.



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My mother Marie Kinghorn Greene, Joyce’s aunt and Carelton’s little sister, was so excited going to her wedding to Fred. She spent weeks planning her Pullman car ride to Mamaroneck from ravenna Ohio.

Dr Bob Greene May 27 2022 4:47 PM

How she loved you all. And what a way to honor her

Trish Sep 5 2019 12:00 AM

A candle was lit in memory of Joyce Tammany

Trish Sep 5 2019 12:00 AM

Im so sorry for your loss. Joyce was a wonderful grandmother to Bryan and Ben. She was always on a plane to visit and spoil them as often as she could when they were young. Ill always remember her passion for cooking, and her green bean casserole will continue to hold a place of honor at my thanksgiving table. She will be missed and remembered always.

Joni Boggiatto Sep 4 2019 12:00 AM

Mom, you will I always be apart of me. You were my mom and my best friend. I love you so much, for all you did for me and the rest of the family. Rest your tired body, and see you on the other side, your heartbroken daughter.

Trish Acton Sep 3 2019 12:00 AM