Tammy Marie Nolte, 47, passed away on Friday, October 13th, 2017 surrounded by her loving family.
“T.T.” as she was affectionately known by her family and friends was born August 14, 1970 to Wayne and Cathie Ketenheim in Johnstown PA.
Left to cherish her memory is: son, Nicholas Nolte; two daughters, Hope Lowe and husband Ian, Grace Cummings; mother, Cathie Ketenheim; brother, David Ketenheim and wife Tracy; sister, Kelly Ketenheim; two aunts: Bert Atha and husband Charles, Linda Ketenheim; two uncles, Bruce Mabon and wife Jamie, Ted Mabon and wife Kathy; eight nieces and nephews: Josh, Charnell, Karli, Nathan, Camren, Jera, David, Kiersten; numerous great-nieces nephews, best “sister” friend, Chris Cox; companion, Beau Hale; extended family members and friends. She is preceded in death her father Wayne Ketenheim; fiance, Blair Cummings; brother-in-law, Kelly Unger; niece, Sammie Benito; paternal grandparents, George and Alberta Ketenheim; and maternal grandparents, Charles and Mell Mabon.
A celebration of life will be held at 7:00 pm, Tuesday, October 17th, 2017 at Family Choice Burials & Cremations. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to the family to assist with funeral expenses.
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I’m so sorry for the loss of your loved one.
God views death as an enemy. (1 Cor.15:26)
And God is eager to conquer this enemy death, and to resurrect our loved ones. (Job 14:14,15)
At that time, God promises us he will end death forever. (Rev 21:4) I hope this comforts you.
Hope and family so sorry for the loss of your mother, friend, companion. I’am sure she was the most beautiful mother ever and she’s going on to a better place to rest. May you cherish always those precious moments of all the wonderful memories of your mom. She can’t wait for that day she will see her love ones again.The dear Lord will watch over her and guide her to the new paradise…
Tammy is one of those people who just lights up a room. Her humor, energy, spirit…and that smile! My heart aches at the loss of my beautiful cousin, but through the tears, you can’t help but smile when picturing hers! Her bravery, strength and grace throughout this whole thing have been nothing short of amazing! A cousin and friend growing up, we had so much fun at Mom-Mom and Pop-Pop’s, then staying with her, going on vacation…and she always humored me with going to and riding on the Incline Plane A-G-A-I-N!!! 🙂 She was my “Baby!” She’d call me and talk and laugh about the Big Brother episodes, and even text messages to my landline (instead of my cell) and I’d pick up the phone to hear this weird robotic automated voice saying “Can. You. Believe. They. Voted. Him. Out?!” We shared a love of family and babies, and she knew (as most of you do) that I “claim” your children as my own..I love them all so much. And I loooove her. She has always been a bright shining star. Happy, smiling, and just so much fun to be around. I’ll save my favorite Tammy memory for Tuesday, but every memory of her and with her is special, just like her. She was just one of those people that everyone wanted to be around. Her kind heart never forgot to thank the doctors, nurses, and friends that helped her through. She takes a piece of my heart with her. The loss is great, but we’re comforted in knowing that she has the best of welcoming committees to greet her. Aunt Cathie, Kelly, Dave, Nick, Hope, and Grace…We love you all so very much; and hope to see you soon. And, Tammy..I love you more than words can say Baby. Always have, always will. God bless you Baby. ♥♥♥ Love, Kristi (Krissy, for you ♥)
We’ll miss the light and beauty Tammy brought to the world, but I’m picturing a wonderful reunion in heaven! Aunt Linda
We’re so sorry and share in your pain and loss. Jesus wept for His friend’s death and the pain of those left behind. He knows our sorrow and I pray you feel the peace only He can give. We love you guys!! Kim
The ladies from the former Norfolk Moose Lodge send our thoughts and prayers to the family. Tammy
always helped us anytime we ask. We know she will be missed.