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In Loving Memory

Maloney, Tammy M.

January 3, 1964 - June 8, 2024

Tammy Marie Maloney, a beacon of love and kindness, departed this world on June 8th 2024, leaving behind a legacy of warmth and compassion. Born January 3rd 1964, in St. Louis, Missouri, Tammy’s life was a testament to the power of love and family.

Tammy was the devoted wife of Charles Maloney Jr., with whom she shared a bond that endured through life’s trials and triumphs. Together, they raised three remarkable children: Amanda, Megan Renee, and Michael.

Tammy poured her heart and soul into her role as a mother, shaping the lives of her children with her wisdom, grace, and unwavering support.

Tammy’s legacy will live on through her beloved family, including her first grandson, expected to arrive in October, a symbol of hope and new beginnings that she eagerly anticipated.

Tammy’s life was marked by her gentle spirit and boundless love. She will be deeply missed by her family, friends, and all who were fortunate enough to know her.

Services: A visitation to celebrate Tammy’s life will be held at Kutis Funeral Home (5255 Lemay Ferry Rd, St. Louis, MO 63129) on Wednesday June 12th at 4pm, where friends and family can gather to honor her memory and share stories of her extraordinary life.

Tammy’s funeral will occur at St Vincent De Paul Catholic Church, on Thursday June 13th at 1:30pm. A luncheon will follow at Royale Orleans.

In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to American Cancer Society,  in honor of Tammy’s compassionate spirit.

Though Tammy may no longer be with us in person, her love will continue to guide and inspire us all. She will forever hold a special place in our hearts.


21 thoughts on “Maloney, Tammy M.”

  1. Chuck, Amanda, Renee and Michael,

    Sending love, hugs and prayers to all of you during this sad time. Cherish the memories and know that you all were there for her until she went to Heaven. She will be the best guardian angel you would ever want.

    I was so blessed to know your mom since we were 5 years old. The memories of your mom and all the great times we had together will remain close in my heart.

    May she rest in peace and enjoy eternal life with Jesus.

  2. Another angel in heaven. Rest in peace, Tammy. You will be missed. No more pain, just walking those streets of gold. Love you forever💔❤️

  3. Tammy was like my Daughter. She lived with us for 10 years total. She was friends with my Daughter from school and we invited her into our home. She has always been so good and sweet. My Daughter Kim and Tammy shared the same Bedroom and they got along great. No more suffering Tammy.
    May You Rest In Peace.

  4. Dear Chuck and children,

    The obituary you have posted is spot on. You captured her perfectly.
    Tammy was a kind and beautiful soul that lived for her family. She was so proud of each of her you. She told us of your accomplishments every time we saw her.
    I always enjoyed spending time with her. She was just hilarious
    Chuck, I can only imagine your heartache. You were a very lucky man to find such a beautiful, generous and selfless wife.

  5. Another angel in heaven. You fought a great battle. Now you can rest in peace and stroll the golden streets of heaven. You will be missed. Love you forever. QB

  6. Lewis and Amanda and family, So sorry for your loss. You and your family are in our thoughts during this difficult time. This too shall pass…..
    Lindsey Brooks and Darren Brookman

  7. I’m so sorry for your loss. I worked with Tammy at Maritz. She was always very kind and considerate to her team members. May she rest in peace

  8. Maloney family,
    So sorry for the loss of this kind soul. A friend and as close to a sister I will ever have. She was special to everyone that was fortunate to know her. No matter what was going on in her life she always had kind words and was grateful for everyone and everything. Never expected anything in return. She made the world a brighter place. I know the coming days, months, years and holidays will be especially hard. Let’s live like Tammy did or give it our best shot. Never forget we were the lucky ones. The lucky ones to have loved her, lived with her, or seen her smiling face. We will love and miss her forever. Yes indeed we were the lucky ones if only for a short time.
    Love you forever Tammy, ❤️❌⭕️
    Kim Howell and family

  9. We are so sorry for your loss. Remember God is close to the broken hearted. Peace to you and your family. God bless you Tammy.

  10. Sympathies to Tammy’s family. We are grateful she reached out to find our family. What courage that must have taken! Rest in peace dear cousin.

  11. Tammy was a one of a kind soul that smiled and stayed optimistic even when she was struggling. I had the pleasure of having many deep conversations and she always saw the good ,and her loyalty to her family was unmatched. I’m sure she is enjoying a reunion with family and friends that went before her, pain free and happy….rest in peace Tammy.

  12. I have a million memories of some of my most formative years of Tammy welcoming me into her home with open arms and treating me like family. My heart is broken for the many, many people affected by losing this amazing woman.

  13. Amanda;
    I am so sorry for the loss of your loving mother. I will keep you and your family in my thoughts during this very difficult time.

  14. So very sorry for your loss. Thinking of you at this sad time. Hoping with time your memories will bring comfort. X

  15. So sorry to see Tammy go to heaven before she holds her grandbaby. She was so sweet always smiling! She will be missed. Prayers for all you to get through this trying time.

  16. To The Maloney Family,
    my Deepest Sympathy. So sad to hear of the passing of Tammy a very warm sweet person who I am so happy to have known. I will be happy to remember her smile and laughter and kind friendship that will always give me comfort. To Chuck and Family my heart goes out to you all and may God Bless all now during this tough time and into the future.

    Doug and Monica McCluskey


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