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Tamara Ann Hancock Dec 01, 1960 - Jan 07, 2020

Tamara “Tam” Hancock

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Tamara Ann Hancock, age 59, a longtime resident of Marcus Hook, was called home to be with Jesus on January 7, 2020 peacefully surrounded by her beloved fur-babies at her residence.

 

Tammy was raised in Marcus Hook. She attended Pennsylvania Institute of Technology as well as The Dawn Institute. She was employed at AmeriHealth Caritas. 

 

Tammy loved cooking for everyone! She enjoyed spending time at the beach with friends and going camping with her family. Tammy’s love and compassion for her fur-babies was amazing. Tammy truly was a Warrior in all ways! 

 

She was the daughter of Thomas and Dolores (Yanick) Hancock. 

 

Survivors: Her Sister, Vanessa Kehler and her husband Barry of Shamokin, Pa.

 

Nieces/Nephews: Chelsie Cossari, Kirstyn Kehler, Rodney Cossari and Mason Kehler of Shamokin, Pa.

 

Many Cousins along with many dear friends, co-workers and caregivers.

 

VISITATION: Thursday from 5-6:45 pm at Nolan-Fidale Funeral Home Ltd., 5980 Chichester Ave., Aston, PA. Memorial Service: Thursday at 7:00 pm at Nolan-Fidale Funeral Home

BURIAL:  Private. In Lieu of Flowers: Donations can be made to the Providence Animal Shelter at providenceac.org/support-us/ or the ASPCA at aspca.org/donate.

 

Service Location

Nolan-Fidale Funeral Home

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Begins: Jan 16, 2020 7:00pm - 7:30pm

5980 Chichester Ave

Aston, PA 19014

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Vanessa “Ness” Hancock Kehler says:

Submitted on: Jan 09, 2020

My sister was one like no other. She was my inspiration, my fighter in my corner, the sister that I could laugh all night with, who picked me up when I couldn’t do it, my supporter to always follow my dreams and pursue my love in the medical field. She was adored by her 2 nieces & 2 nephews, and of coarse her fur babies. Our family bond was one that many don’t share no a days and for that we were blessed. She loved with all her heart & was a warrior! Her strength was amazing and she made light of even the worst situations with a smile. Our sisterly talks, laughs and tears will be my special special memories that just 2 sisters shared. This is not forever, until we meet again! I love you forever & a day my dear sister.


Ellie Heavens Short says:

Submitted on: Jan 09, 2020

Tam was a person that was the most selfless person I know. She was a giver. Her friendship was a Godsend to me. She always made me laugh. Her faith sustained her through her illness. She knew that when he was ready the good Lord would lead her home. His gain in our loss. May her memories sustain her loved ones. Rest in peace my dear friend. I will always remember you, until we meet again. Love you my dear friend.



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