Tammy Darlene Curry, a beloved member of the community, has passed away on January 2, 2024, leaving behind a legacy that will forever be cherished. Born on March 22, 1964, in Memphis, TN, Tammy was a remarkable individual who touched the lives of all who had the pleasure of knowing her.
Tammy's career as a server brought her immense joy. She had a genuine passion for her work and took pride in providing excellent service to everyone she met. With her warm smile and welcoming demeanor, Tammy never met a stranger. She had an innate ability to make people feel comfortable and valued in her presence.
One of Tammy's extraordinary qualities was her talent for storytelling. Whether it was a new tale or one she had shared countless times before, Tammy had an uncanny ability to captivate her audience. Her animated storytelling was always accompanied by laughter and smiles, leaving an indelible mark on those fortunate enough to hear her captivating narratives.
In her leisure time, Tammy enjoyed taking vacations and exploring new destinations. Traveling allowed her to indulge in one of her greatest passions – creating unforgettable memories with loved ones. Whether it was lounging on sandy beaches or embarking on adventurous escapades, Tammy embraced each moment fully and enthusiastically.
Tammy's vibrant personality and zest for life were matched only by her unwavering honesty. She never shied away from telling the truth with compassion and sincerity. Her genuine character endeared her to so many and made her an exceptional advisor to those seeking guidance.
Among Tammy's proudest accomplishments were raising her children and witnessing them become loving parents themselves. Her children Katrina (Carlos) Castillo, Natosha Curry, Charles (Savannah) Curry held a special place in her heart along with their children whom she adored dearly. She also considered Susan Ragland as an honorary daughter due to their strong bond.
Tammy's impact on the lives of her family and friends was immeasurable. She shared a special connection with her daddy David Parks, and her beloved grandmother Mollie Scott, whom she held dear to her heart. Her mother Nancy Parks provided unwavering support and love throughout Tammy's life. Tammy's sister Selena Parks Lorenzi was a source of strength and companionship and she will be remembered fondly by her brothers Eddie Gibson, Joseph (D'Ann) Gibson. Also, preceded in death by her biological father Joseph Gibson.
In addition to her extensive network of family and friends, Tammy found solace in her love for music and dance. Whether it was singing along to her favorite tunes or gracefully moving across the dance floor, she radiated joy with every beat. Her enthusiasm for these arts was infectious, inspiring those around her to embrace their own passions.
Services in memory of Tammy Darlene Curry will be held on January 7, 2024, at Twin Oaks Memorial Gardens & Funeral Home located at 290 Goodman Rd E in Southaven, MS. The Funeral Service will commence at 1:00pm and conclude at 3:30. Friends, family, and all whose lives have been touched by Tammy are welcome to attend this solemn occasion as we celebrate her remarkable journey.
Tammy Darlene Curry will forever be remembered as a one-of-a-kind soul whose light brightened the lives of all who knew her. Her infectious laughter, compassionate nature, and unwavering honesty made her a beacon of positivity in the world. As we bid farewell to a truly remarkable individual today, let us take solace in knowing that Tammy's spirit will live on in our hearts forever. May she rest in eternal peace.
Sunday, January 7, 2024
4:30 - 5:00 pm (Central time)
Medlock Cemetery on Medlock Rd in Ashland, MS