Tammy Jean Talbot
Tammy Talbot, 60, of Nederland, died Wednesday, October 28, 2020. She was born July 18, 1960, in North Carolina, to Charlene Spikes Brown and Jack Brown.
Survivors include her husband, Troy Talbot, of Nederland; son, Wayne Talbot and wife, Jan, of Lafayette, Louisiana; grandchildren, Megan Langlinais; Matthew Baudoin; and Ryan Richard; and four siblings.
She is preceded in death by her mother, Charlene Brown.
Cremation arrangements for Mrs. Talbot will be handled through Broussard’s Crematorium, Beaumont, under the direction of Broussard’s, 505 North 12th Street, Nederland.
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Ida Dearbonne Brevell
Troy and Wayne, my sincere condolences for your wife, mother. You all are in my prayers. God Bless you.
Even with a heavy heart I know my dearest friend is no longer in pain & in a better place with the Lord You were worth a lot to many. This is one of your favorite quotes - "I wish I were a Teddy Bear. Everyone loves you. Nobody thinks you're fat. The older you get, the more you're worth" Your battles far outweighed anybody else's.; you fought a good fight. I Will Miss You Soo Much especially our weekly phone calls! Rest in peace, hope your dancing now with the Angels. Condolences to the Family, We will keep Y'all in our Hearts & Prayers..
Tammy, You were the greatest friend a girl could ever have. I will carry you in my heart forever. Until we meet again my sweet friend! Love you always, Janet
Tammy was my dear friend and a shining star. She could be a firecracker, and I loved that about her, but mostly she was kind, thoughtful, and completely down to earth. I know she fought a good fight. Rest well my sweet friend . I will miss you forever. My condolences to her family.
Cleo and Carroll Martin
The news of your death was a shocker! We knew you were ill, but those of us who loved you were not ready for you to leave us. We know you are no longer in pain and are now resting in the bosom of Our Lord, and that gives us solace. You will always be remembered for your love of family, your "bear" babies and your bridge game. But most of all, you had the most wonderful attitude of anybody we knew. It didn't matter that you were in constant pain from your MS, nobody on the outside ever knew you were experiencing any pain AND you made everybody around you happy and feel better. There will never be another Tammy Bear! We love you and will miss you terribly..
I will surely miss my sweet friend whom Iâ€™ve only known for a few years due to playing Bridge with her aunt and uncle. I know she is finally without pain. You will be sorely missed by all of the people who have had the pleasure of knowing her.