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Henry, Tammy

Peacefully, on June 29th, 2012, at her much-loved home, and in the company of family and friends, Tammy Jean Henry (nee Wallace) ended her years-long and valiant battle with breast cancer. Her fortitude and unwavering sense of humour throughout her journey was an inspiration to all those whose lives she touched. She will be deeply missed by her devoted husband Dean, of Lake Country, BC, sisters Dale Wallace of Oshawa, ON, Louise (Jean) Bourque of Sherbrooke, PQ, and Cheryl (Terry) Armstrong of Pickering, ON. She will also be lovingly remembered by nieces Jennifer Armstrong and Megan Armstrong and nephew Nathan Armstrong. Also mourning her loss is her constant canine companion, Radar. Tammy was predeceased by her mother, Glenna Van Allen and her stepfather Robert Van Allen.

Tammy was most recently an instructor at Focus Training Institute in Kelowna. She will be missed dearly by her friends there and across the country.

Tammy was cared for in Calgary, Lake Country, Vernon and Kelowna from scores of practitioners too numerous to mention. The love and attention she received was incredible and the family is forever appreciative of the kindness and compassion exhibited by her team of professionals.

A celebration of Tammy’s life was held on July 4th at her favourite place in the world – her home.

In memory of Tammy, donations may be made to the BC Cancer Center for the Southern Interior or to the Tom Baker Cancer Center in Calgary.

A celebration of Tammy’s life was held on July 4th

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BC Cancer Center for the Southern Interior or to the Tom Baker Cancer Center in Calgary


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The service for Henry, Tammy is scheduled for A celebration of Tammy’s life was held on July 4th . Below you will find the map for the service location and the contact information should you have any questions.

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  • Carol Nelson says:

    I am so sorry to read about Tammy. She taught me at Focus, and she was just the most amazing woman. Her spirit and will to survive was so strong. Her outlook made alot of people appreciate what they have. My thoughts and prayers are with the family. Her smile and inspirations will never be forgotten. Thank you Tammy..

  • Al and Cathy Gibbs says:

    Dear Dean,please accept our deepest condolences.You and Tammy have been in our thoughts and prayers ever since we met you.Two of the most genuinely couragious people we have ever known.

  • Lori Taylor says:

    Tammy, I met you when you and your niece came into azztottos spa for some pampering we did eye lash perming massage it was such a fun time you felt comfortable enoug to share your journey of 1st trying to beat the breast cancer and I thought to myself this is a red head for you no way shes giving up!!! So positive and such a great example she showed her niece, tammy I saw you a few more times at the spa after that it had returned and you had just battled more … You spoke of your husband with such a love of a life time thing I was going through my own anxieties and you were such a positive energy Ill never ever forget you And often thought of you although I wasnt at azottos any longer, One day at work i went on castanet and looked in the obituaries I NEVER HAVE EVER DONE THIS And there sweet girl you were Im very sad! I do believe you are an angel and you are now home!!! God Bless

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