OBITUARY

Tammi "Red" Driskill

August 6, 1971October 29, 2019
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A memorial service celebrating the life of Tamara “Tammi” Driskill will be held at 3:00 p.m. on Sunday, November 3, 2019 at Hill Crest Memorial Chapel with Pastor Calvin Hubbard officiating. Visitation will begin at 2:00 p.m. until service time.

Tammi was born in Shreveport, LA on August 6, 1971. Tammi worked as a volunteer EMT for 12 years, working in New Orleans, La after hurricanes Katerina and Rita, and then continued her EMT work working on movie sets. She was a bold, beautiful and bright woman who was a devoted wife and mother that loved her family very much and never met a stranger. Tammi enjoyed spending time with family and friends, her dogs, mud riding, outdoors, taking photos and shopping.

She was preceded in death by her mother, Betty Sue Woolsey Farmer and birth father, Billy Ray Jenkins. Tammi is survived by her husband, Dawson Driskill; children, Jesse Jolley and wife Brianne, Brady Jolley, Dakota Johnson, Adrien Driskill and Addison Driskill; grandchildren, Levi Jolley, Hunter Salyard, Leah Brown; father, Don Farmer; brother, Tim Jenkins and wife Michelle; three nephews, Kaleb Judah, Mason Judah and Tanner Jenkins, in-laws Eddy and Sue Driskill, as well as many more extended family members, loved ones and friends.

The family would like to thank the Haughton Fire Dept., Bossier Parish EMS and the Emergency Room staff at Willis Knighton Bossier for their response and efforts.

Condolences may be shared at www.hillcrestmemorialfh.com

  • FAMILY

  • Betty Sue Woolsey Farmer, Mother (deceased)
  • Billy Ray Jenkins, Birth father (deceased)
  • Dawson Driskill, Husband
  • Jesse Jolley and wife Brianne, Child
  • Brady Jolley, Child
  • Dakota Johnson, Child
  • Adrien Driskill, Child
  • Addison Driskill, Child
  • Levi Jolley, Grandchild
  • Hunter Salyard, Grandchild
  • Leah Brown, Grandchild
  • Don Farmer, Father
  • Tim Jenkins and wife Michelle, Brother
  • Three nephews: Kaleb Judah, Mason Judah and Tanner Jenkins
    In-laws Eddy and Sue Driskill
    ...as well as many more extended family members, loved ones and friends.

Services

  • Visitation Sunday, November 3, 2019
  • Celebration of Life Sunday, November 3, 2019

Memories

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Cheryl Rogers

November 4, 2019

I have known Tammi since 5th grade and were best friends. I found this old picture a few years ago. I will never forget spending the night at her house, listening to Iggy Pop (Video Killed the Radio Star) and going down to the concrete ditch where she liked to hang out and her trying to stay out of trouble with Don. We eventually lost touch after she moved but reconnected a few times over the years. Tammi had not changed. She had a great smile and loved to laugh. She loved her boys. Wish we would have had more time together and made more memories. I'll see you again, Tammi.
Cheryl

Jennifer Shreves

November 3, 2019

Until we meet again!!

Jennifer Shreves

November 3, 2019

Jennifer Shreves

November 3, 2019

Jennifer Shreves

November 3, 2019

I miss you!

Samantha Bagwell

November 2, 2019

Momma T... where do I even begin? You came into my life just as quickly as you left it. Big ol smile on your face and an even better personality to go with it. I knew from the moment you walked through that door to the coffee shop, we’d be best friends. I had no idea, however, you’d impact my life in so many more ways. My heart hurts so much, and I feel like only you could quite understand why. But you lived so much life in such a short amount of time, so so quickly and amazingly, that it’s no surprise you’d be in a hurry to go. I’m so happy that you finally get to see your momma again... and everyone you’ve lost along the way. I won’t say I’m not jealous of them, though! I love you more than I could ever say and I’m so grateful for everything you brought to my life... so many bright colors and great memories! ♥️ I’m having hell just typing this out, it feels so final. To any of you reading this, you know what I mean. You know just how special of a person we all had... literally an angel on earth. Fly high, Momma. It’s our turn to wait to see you now! Love you always.

Michelle Jenkins

November 2, 2019

My sister in love....I loved her so. I can only imagine the conversation her and her mama are having. She loved me, Tim and our boys so much. I will miss her laugh so much. She had a huge heart and loved so big! It’s hard to imagine her not here with us..... I love you Tammi❤️ Sister n loves 4/life

Rebecca McCoy

November 2, 2019

Oh Dakota i am so sorry. I will keep you and family in my prayers.

Addie (monkey) Driskill

November 2, 2019

Dodie Horton

November 1, 2019

Gary and I will always remember Tammi for her larger-than-life personality. She was a loyal, compassionate friend who would stick with you through good times and bad. Her smile would light up your heart. Our hearts break for all of the family and friends, like us, who loved this girl. Gary and I will continue to lift you all up in prayer, now and in the many days to come.
Yours In Christ, Gary and Dodie Horton

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Biography

A memorial service celebrating the life of Tamara “Tammi” Driskill will be held at 3:00 p.m. on Sunday, November 3, 2019 at Hill Crest Memorial Chapel with Pastor Calvin Hubbard officiating. Visitation will begin at 2:00 p.m. until service time.

Tammi was born in Shreveport, LA on August 6, 1971. Tammi worked as a volunteer EMT for 12 years, working in New Orleans, La after hurricanes Katerina and Rita, and then continued her EMT work working on movie sets. She was a bold, beautiful and bright woman who was a devoted wife and mother that loved her family very much and never met a stranger. Tammi enjoyed spending time with family and friends, her dogs, mud riding, outdoors, taking photos and shopping.

She was preceded in death by her mother, Betty Sue Woolsey Farmer and birth father, Billy Ray Jenkins.

Tammi is survived by her husband, Dawson Driskill; children, Jesse Jolley and wife Brianne, Brady Jolley, Dakota Johnson, Adrien Driskill and Addison Driskill; grandchildren, Levi Jolley, Hunter Salyard, Leah Brown; father, Don Farmer; brother, Tim Jenkins and wife Michelle; three nephews, Kaleb Judah, Mason Judah and Tanner Jenkins, In-Laws Eddy and Sue Driskill, as well as many more extended family members, loved ones and friends.

The family would like to thank the Haughton Fire Dept., Bossier Parish EMS and the Emergency Room staff at Willis Knighton Bossier for their response and efforts.

Condolences may be shared at www.hillcrestmemorialfh.com