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1932 - 2017 Obituary Condolences
Tamara (Joan) Greeman Obituary
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September 23, 2018

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May 10, 2018
"Tammy" was a 2nd cousin of my mother's and when our family moved from Brooklyn to Northampton, MA in 1951, we were told that Tammy was a junior at Smith. My mother got in touch with her and for 2 years she came to dinner weekly. I was 12 at the time and always looked forward to her visits. She was smart, funny, pretty and to me the best dresser in the world with her stylish cashmere sweater sets, plaid skirts and loafers - I used to beg my Mom to buy me some loafers but alas I had to wait until I was in college to get them - Mom said they were bad for my feet.!
When Tammy graduated, there was a void in my life for some time. She gave us a hammock at a gift when she left and I used to think of her whenever I lay in it during the summer.
We lost touch but I saw her sometime in the 1980s when she was up for a Smith reunion. We had lunch and as adults we really got along. I still appreciated her dry wit and wisdom.
I'm glad I got to know her and extend my condolences to her family.