We are proud to announce that on January 22, 2011,
Tammy Guidry was named the
2010 Ambassador Of The Year
by The Friendswood Chamber of Commerce!
Tammy Guidry - Pre-Need/Aftercare/Monument Consultant
Tammy joined Crowder Funeral
Home in October 2008 after moving here from Otisville, Michigan in
August of 2008.
Tammy graduated from Bentley
High School in Burton, MI in 1988 and attended Detroit
College of Business (Flint, MI Campus) majoring in
Business Management & Marketing, as well as
Computer Information Systems.
Tammy has a strong desire to
educate our families on the benefits of pre-arranging their funeral
and/or service. She reminds herself each and every day of the
heartache her own family had incurred when her father passed away in
1997 without making his own wishes known. She honestly feels the
need to help others in the hopes that she can prevent another family
from splitting up as hers did, due to final wishes being unknown to ALL
surviving family members.
Tammy is an Ambassador with the
Friendswood Chamber of Commerce & the Pearland Chamber of Commerce
and is a member of the Pearland Exchange Club. She also devotes a great deal of time with
the Friendswood and Pearland area Senior Citizens.
Tammy and her husband Brett live
in Friendswood and they have four (4) children; Tom age 23, Tayler age 17, Kaile
age 15, and Dillyn age 14.
Tammy enjoys horseback riding,
(she owns 4 horses), photography, music,
and cooking. She loves the Detroit Tigers and the Detroit Pistons,
although her husband is constantly encouraging her to convert to Texas
teams! Her biggest enjoyment is her family. She loves
attending any school and/or sporting function which her children are
A few words from our families:
**Dear Tammy, The Christmas Memorial Service was one
we will always remember. (Campo Family)
**Tammy, I can't thank you enough for the Presidential Memorial
Certificates. Your kindness & thoughtfulness are greatly appreciated.
**Dear Tammy, Thank you so much for constantly keeping in touch with me.
You bring a warm caring touch to the families your funeral home serves.
Dear Tammy, Thank you very much for remembering my wife's birthday. I
was feeling sad today thinking about spending her first birthday without
her, & then I went to my mailbox and seen that you had remembered it too.
It put a smile on my face to know that I was not the only one who
remembered.. When I first met you, Tammy Guidry was the lady from the
funeral home, but now you are Tammy Guidry, my friend.