Tammy Miner

Born: 02/25/1970 Passed:

Tammy Miner 51, of Canton passed away on August 12, 2021, while surrounded by family.

She is preceded in death by mother, Elizabeth McCauley and grandson, Dominic Patton. Tammy is survived by the love of her life, Larry Miner; children, Cheyenne Joy, Dakota (Jason) Miner and Matthew Miner; special son-in-law, William Patton; father, Denzil McCauley; siblings, Tony “Bud” Stepp, Samantha (Eric) France, and Lisa Selogy; grandchildren, Leroy, Karson and (expected) granddaughter, Paisley; along with numerous nieces, nephews and friends.

Calling hours will be held Tuesday, August 17, 2021, from 12-2p.m. at Paquelet-Falk Funeral Home.


3 Tributes to Tammy Miner

  1. Samantha says:

    Sissy what am I gonna do without you? You’re my sister my best friend I’m gonna miss everything my fondest memory of you was when I was little and you handed me a microphone and you told me to sing and that you just noticed that when I say it was just a bit different you were at every show I’ve ever did you have listened to every recording you have sit in the house a million times just to hear me sing for hours because you loved it so much you’re one of my biggest fans and I will spend every day of my life missing you

  2. Rebecca miner says:

    There’s so many amazing memories I’ve had with her it’s hard to chose just one. Her and my uncle have stuck beside my family (her brother in law) when times got tough and the things her and my uncle have done will never be forgotten. She’s given a lot of good advice through the years and has always been a listening ear. She will be miss greatly. She was a great influence to the person I am today. There will always be a spot in my heart that will be claimed by her. I love you aunt tt and I will never forget you!!!❤️❤️❤️

    • Uncle Leroy says:

      She loved all of you and would do anything for you and now she is our angel 😇 looking over us and protecting us just remember all the good times and that and the laughter that you shared 💖 you will always see there.

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