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Tammy's life began on August 11, 1960 in Topeka, Kansas. She was the daughter of Richard L. and Barbara (Davis) Reitz. She attended college at Cloud County Community College. Tammy worked as a pellet packer for the Hodgdon Powder Company for 18 years. She was involved in Job's Daughters and Girl Scouting as a youngster. Tammy was more than just a family person; she was passionate about her family. Her world revolved around them and she adored her children and grandchildren. Tammy loved to cook, and she loved to tent camp, as long as it was with her family. She also especially loved Halloween. She is survived by her mother Barbara Reitz; children Travis (Mindy) Reitz, Dustin (Janna) Smith, Nichole Ryff-Pitts, Joshua (Carrie) Ryff, Matthew (Tara) Ryff and Makayla Forichette; 20 grandchildren; her siblings Rob ( Julie) Reitz, Ron (Brenda) Reitz, Crissy (Chad) Cook, Cory ( Jenn) Reitz and Heidi (Billy) Bush and multiple nieces and nephews. Tammy passed away on October 12, 2020 at Herington Municipal Hospital. She is preceded in death by her father Richard. A private family Celebration of Life will be held at a later date. Yazel-Megli Funeral Home, Herington is serving the family. Memorial contributions in Tammy's name may be directed to Dickinson County Hospice. Please sign her online guestbook and leave a memory of Tammy at www.ymzfh.com.
I worked with Tammy at the Lutheran Home. We had so much fun , we was always getting in trouble. If it wasn't her it was me in the office. Tammy was the ring leader and I was the side kick. She is a remarkable person , she will always be in my heart. I love Tammy like a sister. She will never be forgotten. She always talked about her children and grandkids . Tammy loved her family more then anything. I know Tammy will always watching over all of you. Mary Casper
Mary Casper Oct 29 2020 12:00 AM
TAMMY AND I WORKED TOGETHER AT THE THEN LUTHERAN HOME IN HERINGTON, KS. SHE AND ANOTHER CO WORKER LOVED PLAYING PRANKS ON ME (ALL IN GOOD FUN). SHE LOVED CARING FOR FOLKS. AND SHE LOVED TELLING US ABOUT HER KIDS SPORTS. MY HEART GOES OUT TO HER FAMILY WHOM SHE LOVED SO VERY MUCH. SHE WILL BE MISSED BY MANY WHO KNEW AND LOVED HER. SHE WAS QUITE A LADY.
GEORGIE MILLER AND FAMILY Oct 24 2020 12:00 AM
She was the greatest aunt that anyone can ask for I love you and I miss you so much aunt Tammy. You will be missed by many people
Rebecca reitz Oct 24 2020 12:00 AM