Tammy Lintz (63) of Norfolk, VA was a caring wife, mama, Grammy, sister, and friend who left this world on Wednesday, November 10, 2021. She was born in St. Johns, Michigan to the late John Stanlake and Bonita Sparkes. She was also predeceased by her brother Tony Stanlake. Tammy is survived by her husband, Alan Lintz; daughter, Jen Kennedy (Charlie); grandchildren Jacob and Henry Kennedy; sister Renee Gilmore (Gary); brother Clyde Stanlake; niece Amanda Langworthy; nephew Joshua Gilmore; and many wonderful great nieces and nephews.
Tammy was a Utility Coordinator with SL Nusbaum and will be missed by her colleagues. Tammy’s favorite activities were sitting on her back porch drinking her wine and going on her weekly commissary grocery trips with her daughter to socialize. She made friends everywhere she went, and her smile was infectious. Tammy treasured spending time with her family, especially her grandchildren, and embraced every moment with them. She loved to cook and shop for an army even though it was only for her and her husband.
She will be missed immensely and forever in the hearts of all she touched.
“Whenever I am missing you, I also remember how fortunate I was that you were in my life. I wouldn’t trade those moments for the world.” – Cindy Adkins
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Tammy was a very special lady who will live on in many hearts and minds. I still hear her laugh and see her smile and chuckle at our inside jokes (Write COVID on the cigarette this time Tammy!!!) We are all better for having had her in our lives and thank you for allowing her to share her time with us. My heart goes out to you all-Alan, Jenn, and the entire family, praying for your comfort during this very difficult time. Roz
My heart is broken ?? I would stop and talk to Tammy when I was walking my Sandy girl if she was on her porch drinking her wine ? I was hoping one day I would she her sitting in her chair with her glass of wine ? I can still her sitting in the chair with her glass of wine. So sorry for your loss