Tamara Lathrom
Saturday
23
October

Memorial Service

3:00 pm
Saturday, October 23, 2021
Hepler Community Center
Hepler Community Center
Hepler, Kansas, United States

Obituary of Tamara Marie Lathrom

Tamara Marie Lathrom, 43, of Redfield, KS went home to be with the Lord on August 31, 2021. Tamara loved horses, dogs, cats, and all animals. She enjoyed playing with her straws and stuffed animals, especially those with whiskers and those that made noises. She liked to listen to music. She loved her family and friends. She always got a big smile on her face when she would see her loved ones. Tammy brought so much joy to everyone’s lives. She was a great inspiration to all who knew her. Tamara leaves behind her grandpa, Cecil Miller of Fort Scott, KS; grandma, Birdie Malone of Liberal, MO; sisters, Symantha Keene and husband David of McPherson, KS, Jennifer Beck of Chanute, KS, Angel Bresee and husband Darrin of Redfield, KS, Angela House of Farlington, KS, and Tabitha Nuzum and husband Billy of Fort Scott, KS; brother, Dennis Sprague of Fulton, KS; and cousin (brother), Ricky Wiggans of Arcadia, KS. She is also survived by uncles, Lyle Wiggans and wife Jerrie of Kansas City, MO , Tommy Wiggans of Fort Scott, KS, Donnie Wiggans of Nevada, MO, Steve Miller and wife Robin of Fort Scott, KS, Jeff Miller and wife Lisa of Parker, KS, Ron Miller of Nevada, MO, David Miller and wife Jody of Fort Scott, KS, and Harold Malone of Liberal, MO; aunts Carolyn Arbogast of Pittsburg, KS and Becky Reede of Artesia, NM; and many other nieces, nephews, great nieces, great nephews, cousins, and other loving family and friends. She is preceded in death by her mother Julia Malone; dad, Tim Malone; father, Larry Lathrom; grandparents, Ralph and Mabel Wiggans; grandma, Ethel Miller; grandpa, Harold Malone, aunts, Polly Watkins and Sharon Wiggans; and uncles Kenny Watkins, Tom Malone and Jack Pryor. In lieu of flowers, the family would appreciate donations to the funeral home to assist with funeral costs. Services are pending.
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