Tammy Ann (Bowser) Glunt passed away unexpectedly after a short illness on Thursday November 18th, with her husband, children, and granddaughter Adriaane by her side.
Tammy was born and raised in Altoona, Pennsylvania by Pauline and James Bowser. Tammy was a great wife, mother, and friend that always welcomed anyone into her home and was always there if someone needed help without hesitation. Her bright, sarcastic energy will be greatly missed by her friends, family, and the many people she touched along her journey.
For many years Tammy was the principal secretary at Hollidaysburg High School and worked in the cafeteria at Irving Elementary School, at Vo-Tech, and volunteered at Logan Elementary. When she wasn’t working she was very proud to be the President of East End Little League where her husband coached baseball and their kids either played on the teams or
helped announce games, or run the concession stand. But also where she made lifelong friendships. She loved to be around and help with children and it showed in her work.
Tammy married her best friend Rick on August 28, 1976 at Our Savior Lutheran Church in Altoona, Pa and loved the family they built together. Her family is everything that she ever needed and her grandchildren were the light of her life.
Tammy joined her beloved Christy in heaven and is survived by her parents James and Pauline Bowser, her brothers Rob and Jim, her husband Richard Sr. and children, Richard Jr, Stacy and Nicole and daughter in law Heidi. She will be especially missed by her grandchildren Adrianne, Jayden, James, Ethan, Ezra, Victor, Lucas, and Mar’lee. Not to forget the many kids she guided, mentored, and loved along the way. As we mourn the loss of our best friend, mother, and Meemaw we take comfort in knowing Tammy and Christy are together now watching over us all.
There will not be a formal gathering at this time, however we will inform everyone of Tammy's homecoming at a later date. Thank you to all who have reached out with love and sympathy to our family, it shows that her love reached far and wide.