Tammy Yvette Stovall Muldoon
Tammy Yvette Stovall Muldoon left this earth to be reunited with her husband Michael on Sept. 30, 2021 after a short but courageous bout with cancer.
Tammy was born on Jan. 29, 1962 in San Jose, California, to Richard and Billie Stovall. She attended schools in Santa Clara, California, graduating from Buscher High School in 1980. She left for college, attending St. John’s University in Santa Fe, New Mexico, and graduating in 1982.
Tammy and Michael were married Sept. 24, 1983 in Taos, New Mexico. Two children followed, a daughter Alana Rose and a son Patrick Michael.
Moving to Susanville in 1989, Mike held a job with Sierra Pacific Industries where he was more commonly known as Computer Mike. He kept the saw computers running smoothly. Tammy was a dedicated housewife and mother. The family moved to Loyalton when the mill shut down here in Susanville, in 1993. Tammy then went back to school to obtain her teaching credentials.
Mike worked in Loyalton until his passing on Jan. 23, 2011. Tammy took a job with Sierra County Child Abuse Council, teaching migrant children and their families how to write and speak correct Castilian. She then taught them the English language. Tammy loved working with children. Tammy worked through the Sierra County system and became the Executive Director of the High Sierra Family Resource Center. Tammy had a great love for books, with this she became the Librarian for the Loyalton Library. She also served as the Senior Services coordinator, for the elderly.
Tammy was preceded in death by her husband Michael Allen Muldoon; both sets of grandparents; her brother Timothy Aaron Stovall; and her mother Billie Stovall Harper.
Tammy is survived by her children Alana (Ian) Muldoon and Patrick Muldoon; also the joy of her life her two grandsons Arthur, and Duncan Muldoon; as well as her father Richard Stovall and her stepmother Connie Stovall.
No service will be held at this time. A Memorial Service will be planned for early next summer where she and Michael will be interned at Diamond Crest Cemetery in Susanville. In lieu of flowers or cards, contributions may be made to our local Northern California Cancer Advocates c/o Rachelle Surian at 310-4544.