Tammy Kay Hutchinson February 25, 1950 - January 02, 2015 Share: Obituary Event & Services Charities & Donations Gallery Videos Guestbook Send Flowers Tammy Kay Hutchinson February 25, 1950 - January 02, 2015 ObituaryTammy Kay Hutchinson lives in , passed away at the age of 64.Born on February 25, 1950 and passed away on January 02, 2015. No Events & Services No Charities & Donations No Gallery Photos No Videos 9 responses to Tammy Kay Hutchinson 1 2 Next » Ron & Susie Calhoon & Family says: January 28, 2015 Lit a candle in memory of Tammy Kay Hutchinson Reply Susanne Calhoon says: January 28, 2015 Tammy’s parents, Jesse and Shirley Calhoon Reply Susie McLaughlin says: January 28, 2015 Tammy was my neighbor for 16 years. She had a heart of gold. She was always so pleasant and so friendly to us all. One of the funniest memories I have of Tammy is her driving. She was a traveling sales woman, but was too afraid to drive on the freeway. So she would always leave for her appointments hours in advance to take side streets. She was also a very slow driver. Whenever there was traffic backed up & going slow on major streets near our homes, we neighbors figured Tammy must have been ahead 🙂 She knew her driving was funny and we all laughed about it. Tammy loved our family, but she was especially close to my daughter Brooke. Brooke used to go and water their plants once a week. Tammy would share stories of her adventurous life with Brooke. Brooke loved to hear her stories. Tammy was loved and will be missed. Susie Reply claudia wagner says: January 29, 2015 I have known Tammy since the 70s we used to work at Randy Jones car wash in Escondido. She sure could sell that polish wax. We had a lot of fun working there. I sure remember those days . She was great around my girls. And then she fell in love with Hutch and moved up north. Will miss you . Claudia Reply Rick & Dottie Calhoon says: January 29, 2015 Tamara had a lively personality. She was always upbeat and enjoyed being around people. She was a people person. This is probably why she had a successful career in marketing although hard work would have contributed to it as well. Tamara was no slouch. She played hard, but also worked hard. She had good taste and loved to decorate and redecorate her home. She also had flare in the way she dressed, selecting fashionable clothes as a way to express her personality. Her three big, fluffy cats also showed her heart for style. They are beautiful to behold. Tamara was born in Norfolk, Virginia to Jesse Mayo and Shirley Brady Calhoon on February 25, 1950. In the fourth grade, she moved to Long Island in New York, first to Port Washington and then to Jericho. She graduated from Jericho High School in 1968. She ultimately found her way to southern California. It was a good fit as Tamara was a real “California girl.” Rick & Dottie Calhoon Reply 1 2 Next » Leave A Condolence Cancel reply Choose a Candle Choose a Candle Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Notify me by email when the comment gets approved.