Tammi Louise Hill

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Departed on October 23, 2020 and resided in Saint Louis, MO

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Tammi Louise Hill died on October 23, 2020. She died in her home where she spent the remainder of her days with her family, who very much loved and cared for her. Tammi was 55 years old.....or like she would like to say the double nickel.

She was survived by her parents Jim (Bubby) and Dottie Hill along with many other family members in Kentucky.

She was also survived by her adopted family in St. Louis. Her best friend for 33 years Peggy Glasgow and her three children Brandon Enlow, Travis Walters, and Cherish Glasgow, along with Travis his wife Ashli Walters and their three loving children Trip, Lavinnia, and Camilla.

Tammi was born and arrived on American soil on October 24, 1964, which is the same year The Beatles did. That could be the reason she really liked to go out and dance to old rock ‘n’ roll with her best friend Peggy. Peggy has three children, and they all are proud to have had Tammi as part of their family. Throughout her life there were many things Tammi enjoyed like watching movies and she liked wrestling. She enjoyed sports as well as she would watch the St. Louis Cardinals and St. Louis Blues and was always supportive of her home teams.  But the one thing she seemed to enjoy most of all was get togethers with the family, usually a barbecue. Kicking back at a family barbecue with good food, her family, a radio, and a nice cold one seemed to always bring a big smile to her face.

There is plenty to be said about Tammi. She was funny, caring, loyal, tough, and appreciative, but one thing that really stands out is hard-working. She worked very hard to accumulate not a lot to most people, but to her it was just fine. Most days she woke up way before sunrise to get to her job, a factory job, where she worked for 20 years.

She will be very much missed by all that knew and loved her.


Memorial service for Tammi to be held on November 14, 2020 at 11am-12:30pm

Gateway Church Of The Nazarene, 11703 Old St Charles Road, St. Louis, MO 63044

Lunch reception provided following memorial service at

Chimi’s Mexican Restaurant, 2435 Woodson Rd, Overland, MO 63114

To send flower arrangement please contact

Carols Corner,  9456 Midland Blvd, Overland, MO  63114 314-427-1221

Special thank you and enormous gratitude to Reverend Jami Kyonka for her hard work helping to organize and provide caring guidance and emotional support during this difficult time.

We are blessed and thankful for Pastors Brad and Kate Ratlif and the congregation of Gateway Church of the Nazarene for their time spent and spaces shared to help make this memorial service possible.

Guestbook Entries

  1. Ashli Walters November 13, 2020 at 5:11 pm - Reply

    You are missed very much and loved even more.💜

  2. Joe and Chris Michael November 13, 2020 at 8:55 pm - Reply

    Rest In Peace Tammi we will miss you!

  3. Mike Enlow November 26, 2020 at 9:25 pm - Reply

    Missing you a lot today Tammi! It’s hard to accept that you aren’t here to joke with, to talk to, or to sit and complain about the world with. I hope all your pain is gone and that the peace on the other side is as good as you deserve it to be.

    Love Brandon

  4. Johnna Lewis November 27, 2020 at 11:37 am - Reply

    As humans we miss her and wish she were still here. As Christian’s we miss her but are thankful the good Lord has her and she is no longer in pain. No matter if it were years, months or days spent with her makeing memories to hold onto, we all cherished each moment. Family to family may God give you strength, comfort peace and a calmness to help make the loss easier.

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