Tamitha Walker was born on July 2, 1969 and died on July 13, 2013. Her nickname was Tammy. And, the most important thing is her life were her children. She fought hard for each and every one of them knowing her life would be complete only when she could just have all of them in the same room, at the same time. She was passionate about wanting them to be successful in life so she focused her life around her family and positive people.
Her daughter, Nicole, remembers, "My mother would call me at two in the morning to talk about her childhood and how her mother was when she was alive. About thirty minutes would pass, and she would say 'Baby, I'm sorry, I know you're tired but all I want is someone to listen and I knew you would.' I would listen until she was tired and we would say goodnight, call you tomorrow."
Tammy was very upbeat and loved to laugh. The life of the party, there was never a dull moment when she was around. Tammy was always on the go, and although she wanted to live her life the way she wanted, she was still concerned with what other people thought of her. Yet, she never let anyone hold her down! She loved music by Mary J. Blige and Whitney Houston, good movies like Waiting to Exhale, reality tv shows, and a good meal of crab and fried okra.
As Tammy joins her mother, Grace Walker, she predeceases her father, Randolph Green. She also leaves behind seven children: Llamia "Nicole" Walker; Marce' "Bashund" Walker; Tytiana Walker; Najeer Walker; Azmond Walker; Ayhanna Moody; and Najae Walker. Tammy had five sisters: Venita Muhammed; Frances Walker; Kimberly Green; Cherrice Battle; and Jentora Battle. She had two brothers: Albert Walker; and the late Randolph "Tyron" Green Jr. She also leaves behind a host of aunts, uncles, cousins, and friends.