Tammy Page - 1963
Bio & Pictures from 40th Reunion
BIO - Tammy Anne (Page) Ray
Born: San Antonio, Texas (left there at 6 weeks for Minnesota)
Places lived: Minnesota (Mankato, Minneapolis, Savage, Park Rapids) -- Columbia, Missouri; Norfolk/Virginia Beach, Virginia; Akron, Ohio; Bainbridge, Maryland; Lemoore California; Sedalia & Blackburn, Missouri; Salida & Poncha Springs, Colorado
Early Influences: My mother & father divorced when I was 14 or 15 & mostly I lived with my grandmother, aunt & uncle. My mother was seriously ill all her life and my brother & sisters and I were only able to live with her sporadically. Due to this I was more insecure and self conscious than I might have been.
Education: I graduated Hickman, spent a short time in the Navy, went through cosmetology school and passed State Boards, took 1 college level course in geology.
Hobbies: I love to read which has probably been a life saver. I do some easier word puzzles and enjoy game shows. Used to love fishing but have gotten away from it in the past several years.
Occupations: RAISED 5 KIDS! Worked in a photo developing shop, worked at Banquet Foods in Sedalia, Missouri and worked as a prep cook at a truck stop for 12 years.
Johnny & Tammy - May 2003
Time passes so quickly and I do have some fond memories of events &
definitely people. It doesn't seem possible 40 years have already
come and gone. To fill you in on events at our end: Johnny
& I will celebrate 33 years together in July. We've lived here
in a small town in Colorado since May 1980. We have a son with wife
and 3 children in Missouri; a son with wife and child in Kansas(Army);
a daughter with husband and child in New York; a son with 2 children in
Pueblo, Colorado; an adopted daughter with 4 children in Alamosa, Colorado;
twin sons; one in Buena Vista, Colorado with wife and 5 stepchildren and
the other son is here in Poncha. Our youngest just turned 31 in December.
We lead a pretty quiet life for the most part and that suits us.
My husband is disabled and I stay home with him-which works for us.
In September 2001, I had a blood clot pass through a lung and go into my
leg. Spent 4 days in the hospital and while there also discovered
I'm a diabetic. Outside of that and all the wonderful (?) aches &
of the "Golden Years" (?), I'm doing pretty well.