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Tamara "Tami" Nacey

November 13, 1957 - March 23, 2018

 

Chelsie Perschbacher

Sturgis, SD

My thoughts and prayers to your family during this difficult time. Tami was a very caring and sweet person! I’m glad I had the opportunity to get to know her! She made me smile! Tami will definitely be missed!

S D

I'm so sorry for your loss, tamara sounds like a wonderful person. I wish I had the opportunity to meet her. In the bible it says how there will be a resurrection. (John 5:28,29.) And that soon there will be no more death, suffering, or pain. (Revelation 21:4.) I hope these verses are able to provide you comfort in this difficult time.

Corinne Coacher

Sturgis

Every word written here about Tami captured exactly who she was. I am going to miss seeing her and will always have fond and laughter filled memories of all the years we shared as friends and coworkers. I'm heartbroken for all you...her family. She was a gentle and humble soul.

Helen Thune

Sturgis, SD

Tami was a kind and gentle soul with a wickedly innocent sense of humor. I had so much fun and sadness with her and I will miss her.

JoLynn Bostrom

Sturgis, SD

What a pleasure and honor to know Tami and to work with her for 16 years. Tami was one of a kind. She enjoyed history and celebrity gossip. She had a knack for food shows and could easily brew up a hearty meal in her crock pot. Tami was a hard worker and aimed to please. She didn’t like making waves and strived to ensure everyone was happy and taken care of. Tami would always do for others before she would herself. She had a quit wit and played many jokes on her co-workers. At times, we returned the favor and we’d all laugh together! Tami was “jumpy” and the sound of her own cell phone ringing would startle her! Imagine how she jumped when the fog horn was strategically placed under her chair! Haha!! The “remember whens” with Tami are the best stories!! Tami’s children and grandchildren meant the world to her. She was a good co-worker and a creature of habit. Oh Tami. How you will be missed. Rest in Peace my friend.

Patti Nequette-Goff

Spearfish,SD

To Tammis beautiful family. My thoughts and prayers are with you all. Tammi was my caseworker for quite a long time in sturgis. After the rejoining of a daughter and father I learned to know her more than the nice woman I had as a caseworker. Little did either of us realize we would have her childhood friend suzy in common. suzy is my stepsister and they often played at suzys house in rapid while she was a young girl. so everytime I would see her she would ask how they were doing. Your mom made a big difference in my life and I always felt comfortable going to her if I needed to. My heart was very heavy the day I learned of this angel who walked amongst us death. May your memories of her kind,sweet and generous personality help when her loss is felt the most and may god hold each of you and your children in the palm of his hand.

Stanley&Glenda Matt

Elm Springs SD

Charlotte, Deb, Sharla and all of Tami's family, my sympathy to all of you, may it bring you some comfort just to know that others care. We grew up in the Robbinsdale area-went to the same schools-we lost our dad's in the '72 Flood-Carter-Sumners-Tank-The Three Firemen. Thinking of you all. Glenda (Sumners) Matt

Susan Brady Yamamoto

Honolulu, Hawaii

I am so sad and sorry to know that she has gone out of this world. I always thought we would have time to grow old and reminisce about our days at Robbinsdale, South and Central! We were the new girls in 2nd grade when both of our families moved into the neighborhood. She was my Maid of Honor 42 years ago. I will miss Tami for the rest of my days. Love from Sue and my family!

Sharon Culbertson

Spearfish SD

Oh Tami...you will be missed. You had the best laugh! To Tami's family...she loved you all so much. Heaven gained an Angel and you all have a guardian Angel watching over you. God Bless you all.

Cindy Swenby

Sturgis SD

Nacey family, may you find solace in remembering how much your mom loved you all. You were her world. We had the greatest crew working at Sturgis Rally & Races. May she rest in peace.