Griggs-Schooler-Gordon Funeral Directors

5400 Bell Avenue, Amarillo, TX


Tommie Lou Tollett

March 29, 1936July 31, 2020

Tommie Lou Hopkins Moore Tollett was born in Breckenridge, TX, March 29, 1936 to Clint Wade Hopkins, Sr. and Gladys Marie Scurlock Hopkins Tollett. Tommie was an ordained minister of the gospel and member of Miracle Covenant Church. She absolutely loved reading the Bible. In her free time she enjoyed sewing, plastic canvas, watching westerns, and playing cards among many other things. She loved being around her family and friends which included any one she met, she was very outgoing and talkative and no one was ever a stranger. She was a very loving and caring mother and grandmother and will be missed dearly but never forgotten.

Tommie was preceded in death by her parents Papa in 1971 and Rea in 2002, Her brother's Clint Wade Hopkins Jr of Irving, TX in 2003, Richard Dean Hopkins of Midlothian TX in 1997 and Johnny Joe Hopkins of Amarillo, TX in 1968. Her husband Kenneth Tollett in 2010, her step-son Stevie Ken Tollett in 1991 and her grandson Nicholas Johnson in 2018.

Tommie left behind her daughter's Janice Minnick and Robert of HoneaPath, SC and Debra Johnson and Dennis of Houston TX, and her son Glendarrell Moore and Cheryl of Amariilo TX. She also left behind her stepchildren Anthony Tollett Sr and Jackie of Canyon TX, Sherry Brendt and Micheal of Amarillo TX, and Casandra Miller and Ron of Colorado.

Tommie had 23 grandchildren, 18 great grandchildren and 2 great great grand children.

Special gratitude to Melony Turner and to BSA Hospice of the Southwest.


  • James Moore
  • Sonny Kee
  • Randy Hayes
  • Adam Hayes
  • Tony Tollett
  • Kenny Horton
  • Glen Moore


  • Visitation

    Monday, August 3, 2020

  • Funeral Service

    Tuesday, August 4, 2020

  • Interment

    Tuesday, August 4, 2020


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Jana Stout

August 2, 2020

Tommie Lou was one of the funniest, loving, and most spiritual people I’ve met.
I first met Tommie Lou when my oldest sister Cheryl became part of her family by marrying her son GlennDarrell. I lived in Amarillo at the time.
Her and KT always made me feel so loved. She had the best hugs ever.
I’m sure my sister Cheryl, and GlennDarrell and their whole family will miss her dearly. But they are at peace knowing she is in a better place, living pain free and happy. I can only imagine her singing with the angels. ♥️

Cindy Snider

August 2, 2020

I met TL on my trips to see my sis Cheryl and her beautiful family. She was very proud of her family and where she lived. It was the most beautiful place on earth she told us. I loved the way she used her hands as she spoke. I will miss her smile. I am praying for her beautiful family and pray they can have peace that passes all understanding. She really is in the most beautiful place ever. Hold onto the beautiful memories. Forever in our hearts. Love you all, Cindy.


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