Tammy Martin

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Tammy Christine Martin
March 25, 1968 to July 5, 2021


Cherished wife of Gary Joseph. Beloved mother of Whitney, Brody, Graycee and Jordi, and the best gramma of Ira. Daughter of Joan and the late Norris Martin; sister of Toni. Aunt of several nieces and nephews. Daughter in law of Jim and the late Aileen Joseph. The family extends a special thanks to nurse Sue Porter, Dr Amy Montour, nurse Jeannette Armstrong, and Deena Klodt, Indigenous Patient Navigator. Tammy will be resting at Styres Funeral Home, 1798 4th Line Rd., Ohsweken on Wednesday, July 7 from 12pm to 8pm for visitation.  Private family burial Thursday July 8 at 11am at her residence of 1022 Mohawk Road.

Condolences

Posted by Jane Burning on
I never really knew your beloved Tammy. However, she participated in my meditation circle and invited me to her fb messenger. I was grateful for the opportunity to get to know her. She is deeply loved by a lot of people. In April just after we lost Aileen I was in the hospital with covid pneumonia, Tammy sent me a persons message. Encouraging me and sending out prayers. I was deeply touched.
May you all find comfort in one another and keep her spirit alive for Ira and the others yet to come.

Peace
Jane
Posted by Bre Traverse on
Tammy, you were not only my boss but a good friend. I am so sad to hear of your passing but at least I know you are no longer in pain. My thoughts are with your family at this time. Until we meet again❤️
Posted by Darlene Hill on
Gary, Whitney and Family. Sincere condolences to you. I will never forget Tammy's sense of humor. She is going to be missed.
Posted by Kelly&Owen Greene & Family on
Sincere condolences to Gary, Whitney & Ira and family. So sorry to hear of Tammy’s passing.
She is free of the pain and is now with her family that has already passed on. Keep her
Spirit alive for Ira. She will be missed by many. You all are in our thoughts and hearts.

Love Kelly, Owen and family
Posted by Carla and Wayne Miller on
Sincere condolences to the family…
Posted by Pat Roote on
My sincere condolences to Tammy's family, she was a loving considerate Friend who touched my life, her kindness reached me when I needed, she picked me up be with happy conversations and she was a wonderful co-worker. Rest well my Friend.
Posted by Kristen Kayseas on
Gary, Whitney, Brody, Graycee, Jordi and Ira

I met Tammy through work and have the honour of calling her my friend. She was one of the strongest smartest Warriors that I have ever met. To be honest, I was a little bit scared of her and would often tell her that haha. I'll always remember her as funny, smart, caring and compassionate. I've had some dark times in my life and she always there for me.

She loved you guys so much and was very proud of all of her kids and grandson. Her love for her family was very much seen and felt. Thank you for sharing her with us. My deepest condolences to you all, she will be greatly missed. I'll keep you all in my thoughts and prayers.

Kristen
Posted by Wilma Green on
Gary, Whitney, Gracee, Brody and Jordi, Joan and Toni, I am so very sorry to learn of Tammy's passing. She was a treasure trove of information which helped so many find their family lines. Tammy was so proud of her family and loved to share all of your accomplishments. It is no secret that Ira is his grandma's joy and has brought so much love and happiness to the family.He and Watson the subjects of many shared photos.
Tammy was a good, kind woman and she will be missed. I will miss my friend
Posted by Tracey Braithwaite on
I am so sorry to hear of your loss. I have enjoyed working with Tammy for many years. She showed the utmost skill and dedication in doing her work. I had one extremely important file with her that would never have been completed without Tammy going the extra distance. In fact,there are very few people in Canada who know their way around reserve land titles as well as Tammy. She was an expert in her field. We had some great (and long) chats over the years that I will never forget. The love she had for her family was always at the forefront. She will be missed.

Tracey Braithwaite
Posted by Brenda on
Sincere condolences to all that loved Tammy. May she rest in peace.

Brenda Mt.Pleasant
Posted by Naansii Jamieson on
Gary, Whitney, Brody, Graycee, Jordi and Ira
Posted by Roger Dockstader on
Our sincerest condolences to Tammy's family, she was our rock and protector and she will be missed by all of us here in the Brantford Office at ISC and our Lands team. May she rest in peace.
Posted by Karen Davis on
Fare well my friend. I will ever keep your memory with me. Condolences to Gary, Whitney & Ira, Brody, Graycee and Jordi, and the rest of her family.
Posted by Terri Monture on
My dad and I were so sad to hear of Tammy's passing, she had such an incredible knowledge of our community's history and the intricate web of kin relationships. We send our deepest condolences to Gary and her children and everyone who loved her. We hope her work can continue with the History Circle and the Ohsweken Geneology Society. Rest in power Tammy.
Posted by Naansii Jamieson on
Gary, Whitney, Brody, Graycee, Jordi and Ira my heartfelt sympathy. Tammy will not be forgotten. Love and prayers
Posted by Nita Pauere on
Gary, Whitney, Brody, Graycee, Jordi and Ira my heart and love is with all of you at this times. I am very happy that our roads crossed with Tammy couple of years ago. She did bring lots of knowledge and fun in my life. I loved to have her in my class, she was always there even when she didn't feel well, she was up for good laugh. I love her dearly with all my heart as sister i didn't have, and in my heart she will always be warrior. I send special hug to Ira hers favorite baby boy, and of course all family. Tammy is in my heart always. Sending you all Love and peace in heart from Ireland. Nita
Posted by Don Lynch on
Tammy was a wonderful person and she will be missed by everyone that knew her, especially the many people that she helped. She was without a doubt a community treasure. My most sincere condolences to the family.
Posted by Rod Whitlow on
Joan, Toni, Gary, Whitney, Brody, Graycee, Jordi and Ira, Clynt & Family, Martin & Whitlow families: I am so sorry to hear the news of Tammy's passing. My deepest condolences. Even through her illness, Tammy and I got the time to catch up and reminisce of our high school years. We shared a lot of laughs. Praying for much comfort, love and peace. God Bless.
Posted by Kathleen Clark on
Gary I read the news of Tammy’s passing. My heart is broken. My deepest condolences to you and your family. Family and friends pass and this is a normal process of life but there are some who are much harder to stop missing. I can count on one hand who those people are in my life and Tammy is one of them. She felt like a long time friend and family from the minute I met her at the genealogy group quite some time ago. A true friendship grew from that minute forward. We had made plans to meet for Indian taco when the province loosened up and now I will have a hard time doing that on my own for the first time. I just want to tell you the impact that Tammy had on me along with Renee and Mr. Monture in all of the knowledge and love they shared with me in their welcoming way while I was working on my family history. She was so proud of her family. Know you are all in my thoughts and prayers. Kathy
Posted by Rebecca Jamieson on
Sincerest condolences Gary and family. Tammy shared so much with all of us about our kinships - which is so valued by all. Rest in Peace Tammy.
Posted by Carol Cunningham on
Heartfelt condolences to the family. Tammy was a warrior and admired and loved by so many. She touched the lives of countless people through her yers at INAC as well as in her personal life. She could make you laugh with just a comment or funny anecdote and she could make one shiver with one stern look. Thanks to Tammy my experience at the INAC office was entertaining and she showed me the ropes eg. If taking an unauthorized smoke break, ALWAYS carry a clipboard or folder so you wouldn't draw suspicion. Her laugh was contagious and her smile could light up a room. I will miss our chats for sure. May you rest in peace my dear cousin.
Posted by Gail Restoule on
My heartfelt condolences to Tammy’s family. Tammy wasn’t just a co-worker for many years but also a dear friend. She will be dearly missed by many. Rest easy Tammy.
Posted by John Moses on
I am very sorry to hear of Tammy's passing. She was a treasure trove of Six Nations history and family genealogies. Condolences to her family.
Posted by Larissa Johnston on
My deepest condolences to the family and those who were fortunate to know her.
She had this beautiful way of greeting you as though yous knew each other for ages.
She will be missed and not forgotten.
Baamaapii G'waabmin Tammy.
Posted by Gavin Lawrence on
My sincerest condolences to Tammy's family, and her friends. For many years, I worked with Tammy on land-related files. Without a doubt, she was a stalwart employee, a never-ending supporter of doing a good job, but most of all a caring mother and wife who loved her family. Tammy was always bubbly and easy to talk to. She will be missed and we can take comfort knowing that she is now resting peacefully…
Posted by Anna Roosen-Runge on
My thoughts are with Tammy's family and friends. When I started working at ISC I worked on so many land files in records and Tammy was always there with the answer when I needed it. She will be missed. I'm glad our paths crossed even just for that time.
Posted by Lori Harris on
My sincere condolences to the family and friends of this amazing woman. Tam and I worked together for 11 years at INAC and shared some great laughs. Even through her pain, she continued to post on the genealogy site to bring families together and share history of our Nations. Tam had great knowledge of many things but her greatest joy in life was her family and of course, her grandson Ira. She always listened to my show and requested Pop-A-Top for Auntie Pat. The sorrow we feel here is matched by the rejoicing in the Heavens reuniting with her loved ones. I love you Tam and I hope that your family takes solace in the fact that you were so loved in this world by so many people.
Posted by Vicki on
Gare and family,

A very sad day upon hearing of the loss of Tam C., a great friend and an awesome neighbor, always keeping an eye out for things that didn't seem quite right on Mohawk Road. Most times I would stop by for a quick minute but it usually turned into a half hour or more, with lots of laughs and catching up on the latest news. She possessed a wealth of information and helped with tracing our family's roots. When we had our beagle pup he liked spending time over there and she welcomed him into her home to hang out with her pup. Fly high with the eagles Tam, you will be missed by everyone who knows you and loves you.
Vicki
Posted by Shari Wythe on
I"m so sorry for your loss.
Posted by Greg Staats and Maureen Morris on
Gary, Whitney, Brody, Graycee, Jordi and Ira

We are very sad to hear of Tammy's passing. It is a huge loss. Tammy was an amazing woman and we feel fortunate to have known her. We know how special she was to everyone and we will miss her warm smile, energy and generosity. She was a true friend and I will miss her dearly.

We are so sorry for your loss and wish you strength during this time. We are thinking of you and the family with much love and sympathy.

Greg and Maureen
Posted by Greg & Maureen on
Tammy always had time to listen, and give advice and assistance when it was needed.
Posted by Roseann Marble on
With deepest sympathy. Tammy was amazing & kept in good spirits throughout her illness. She was a true warrior and never complained. I remember all of the work she did on the Mush Hole gatherings & the old photos she was collecting. She helped many people. I take solace knowing she’s with her Father - I know she took his crossing very hard & really missed him. She is missed but never forgotten. Lotsa love to the family.
Posted by Lorraine on
My heart felt condolences to family and friends. Tammy was an amazing person whom I have had the privilege to know through working on land files with her. My thoughts and prayers are with you.
Posted by Barbara on
there are no words to help you at this time,Gary, please take care.
Posted by Alayne M Eckert on
I never met Tammy in person.We wee cousins. We talked many nights before she was diagnosed.she told me one day, you know more about me then most people. I missed our chats. Condolences to the family including Watson.
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