Tami Lynne Wilson

December 3, 1958 - December 21, 2021
December 28, 2021 3 Condolences Print Obituary

Tami Lynne Wilson, nee Stetchman, of Edmonton passed away peacefully on December 21 at the age of 63.

Tami started waitressing at a Zellers cafeteria at 15 and was so good at it she made a career of it earning loyal customers for years. Later she worked in gas stations pumping gas and making people laugh. But her real career was being a mom. She was entirely devoted to her family and worked tirelessly to provide a good home for her children and her two oldest grandchildren. She also took care of everyone else who needed help. Her house was constantly filled with her kids’s friends who often also called her mom or g’ma.

In later life, Tami struggled with several bouts of cancer as well as a stroke but she was a fighter until the very end. She was a warrior with a huge heart. Her legacy is one of triumph over struggle, and of loving unconditionally.

Tami will be lovingly remembered and missed by her beautiful children: Krystyna, Kaydee, Kara, David, Shaun (Tasha) and Jeff; her beloved grandchildren Dalton, Charyssa, Daicia, Dalilia, Neveah, Ashton, Daiz-Lee and Arolynne; and her adorable great granddaughters Kyreigh and Valentina. Tami also leaves to mourn her sisters: Toni and Lisa; brothers: Roland and Chris; as well close friends and family members.

She was predeceased by her parents Bruce and Marilyn.

A celebration of life will be held for her immediate family at a later date.

In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations be made to the Kids Kottage or Big Brothers Big sisters in Tami’s name.

  1. Sending you all a huge hugs and our deepest condolences. Your Mom truly was a wonderful lady, I enjoyed our talks and friendship. One of the best hearts I ever knew. She loved you kids so very much and was so proud of you guys. You are all in our hearts, thoughts and prayers during this difficult time. If you need me please don’t hesitate to reach out. ❤️

  2. Sorry for your lost. I remember her at Zeller because was there a lot and she was a wonderful person to talk too. Miss her and I will remember her this month because my Mother pass away in December 27. Keep your family’s was and Sorry about your family. This is say month in Edmonton. Your friend Susan and Bob Jones

  3. My heart crumbled when I found out Tami passed… she was such an amazing woman who gave unconditional love to anyone who entered her life. I will never forget her incredible thirst for knowledge, she always told me that she dreamt of being a professional stdent, “cause what could be any better than being paid to learn”. I will never forget Tami’s quick witted sense of humor, her infectious laugh or her selflessness.

    Fly high beautiful soul.

    Condolences to all of Tami’s family and to anyone who was lucky enough to have this amazing woman touch their lives.

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