ALBURGH– Tammy L. Comtois, age 50, passed away unexpectedly, on November 28, 2022, at the UVM Medical Center in Burlington.
She was born in Burlington on December 4, 1971, to Richard Jewett and Jocelyn Eldred.
Tammy grew up in Franklin and attended Franklin Elementary School and Missisquoi Valley Union High School. Her pride and joy quickly became her children, and then her cherished grandbabies. Tammy struggled with health issues starting at the young age of 29, but did not let it quiet her spitfire spirit. She loved to bake and was known for her Scotch-a-roos, chocolate chip cookies, and birthday cakes. Tammy also enjoyed singing in her younger years, reading, and watching her favorite Steven King thrillers, the Masked Singer, and playing countless games on her Ipad— but above all, spending time with her family was the most important thing in Tammy’s life.
She is survived by her daughters, Danielle Comtois of Alburgh, and Katie Smith and her significant other Tyler Wilcox of St. Albans; beloved grandchildren, Payton Smith, Liam Cantell-Tipper, and Ryan Gabree Jr.; mother, Jocelyn Eldred of Enosburg; father, Richard Jewett of Highgate; brother, Scott Jewett and his significant other Lisa Larose; sister, Brenda Jewett of Hyde Park; nieces, Nicole Paquette and her husband Josh, Sarah Thompson and her significant other Wyatt Small, and Courtney Thompson; great niece, Oakley; great nephews, Grayson, and Levi; Liza-Lynn who was like a daughter to her; and several friends who will miss her dearly. Tammy was predeceased by her son, Zachary David Smith.
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