Tammy Reed Obituary, Death – grieving her passing and honoring her life, Tammy S. Reed, age 54, from Hubbard, Ohio, who went away suddenly on April 7, 2023, is being remembered and celebrated today. Tammy A. Micco was the second child to be born to Patricia A. Micco of Boardman and Richard L. Mull of Youngstown. She was born on July 18, 1968 in Elyria, Ohio. In 1984, she was a student at Poland Seminary High School, where she developed connections that continue to this day despite the passage of time.
She went on to pursue different hobbies with determination during the course of her life, the most important of which were working in the trucking sector and working as a nail technician after earning her license from the Ohio State Board of Cosmetology. Her two favorite jobs were the trucking job and the nail technician job. Tammy was an intelligent lady of unshakeable faith who was also gorgeous and humorous.
The Lord endowed her with an inexhaustible capacity for love and generosity. Every time there was a party that needed to be planned or a room that needed to be decorated, she became quite thrilled. She was always up for going to new locations, embarking on impromptu road trips, and participating in a diverse array of activities. When the weather was warm and sunny, one of my favorite things to do was to sit out on the deck next to the pool and chat with whomever happened to pass by.
Both her heart and her house were always available to anybody who needed them. Tammy is survived by her parents, Patricia Micco and Richard Mull; her daughter, Jacqueline Lysowski (John Riley) of Youngstown; her step-sons Karl Gruhlkey II and Brian (Sandy) Bilchik; her sisters, Tina Wild and Theresa (Steve) Hoffman; her uncle, Richard Gnagy; and her closest friend and soulmate, John Reed. Tammy was born in Youngstown, Ohio.
She is survived by a large number of nieces, nephews, cousins, step-grandchildren, extended family members and friends who are regarded to be part of the extended family, and of course, her cherished animal children. Her step-father Fred Hosack, Jackie’s father John Lysowski, step-son Larry Bilchik, step-son Karl Gruhlkey I, step-children James Gruhlkey, Lisa, and Mark Bilchik, and aunts Brenda Gnagy and Betty (Paul) Woodrum all passed away before she did. She is survived by her step-son Larry Bilchik and step-grandson Karl Gruhlkey II. In the same way that she was a benefit to them, each of them was a blessing in her life.