Heady-Hardy Funeral Home

7710 Dixie Highway, Louisville, KY


Tammy Lyn Hart

November 18, 1961January 31, 2020

Tammy Lyn Hart Louisville - Entered into rest on Friday, January 31st. She was a customer service representative with Passport. Tammy was an avid supporter of local music. She is survived by her son, Derek Hart (Ann); grandchildren, Lorelai and Caleb; mother, Della Couch Marlette; brother, Gerald Marlette (Cindy); and caregivers, her sister-in-law, Phyllis Hart, and niece, Kyra Spurlock. Cremation was chosen. Her celebration of life will be on Sunday, February 2nd, at 4pm at Diamonds Concert Hall, 630 Barrett Avenue. The family will be receiving visitors from 1pm until the time of service. Expressions of sympathy may take the form of contributions to Shirley's Way or continue to support local musicians.


  • Receiving Visitors Sunday, February 2, 2020
  • Celebration of Life Sunday, February 2, 2020


Tammy Lyn Hart

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February 3, 2020

I met Tammy 6 years ago at Passport she was always ready for a party she would always invite me out and this 1 time I did go were had a great time, she will be missed. RIP Tammy

Pam Williams-Jones

February 2, 2020

Tammy and I share over 46 years of friendships. It all started at Valley Jr. High and in band. Like all journeys we went years without seeing each other, but when we reconnected it was like time stood still. I will miss our “Go Cats” text, or text asking if you or I were watching Hallmark, and talks about life. Your dash was amazing, and one day I will see you again. I love you Tammy Lyn Hart

Steve Bradbery

February 2, 2020

God bless you Tammy. Whenever I saw you it always meant two things: the music was going to good and we were going to have a good time. Your smile and spirit will always stay with us. Sweet dreams my friend x

Greg Deetsch

February 2, 2020

I met Tammy almost 20 years ago. We had so many fun times boating, concerts, football/ basketball games, talking about all the new great places to go try out. I am so very thankful for our friendship and you know how special you are to me. Thank you for always loving and promoting Lainie. Until I see you again. I love you!

Stephanie Karlen

February 2, 2020

Tammy was such a sweet and fun lady...I am so glad we met her and could call her a friend. She will be missed...

Jared Matthews

February 1, 2020

God truly has gained a beautiful angel. The laughter, joy, and impact you brought to so many people around you was incredible. You truly will be missed by so many. Thanks for the love you showed us. Thanks for the friendship you gave us. I love you Tammy. Can’t wait till we meet again ❤️

Judy Huebner

February 1, 2020

♥️ Love you to the moon

Michelle Bradley

February 1, 2020

My condolences to the Hart Family..I use to work with Tammy at UofL Pediatrics.. A very nice lady, she always laughed at my jokes and kept a smile on her face..Such a beautiful soul.. Get your Rest Tammy.

Becky Rue

January 31, 2020

I met Tammy on a whim about 9 years ago. A whim that was based on gossip. We both talked to each other that night because evidently I called her a grandma. Gossip grows without merit as I was the one that was a grandma as well. She and I shared so many commonalities. Commonalities that many people didn’t know.
I will always miss bringing her the puddings she craved, the potato skins she wanted, the mash potatoes, any other craving for the day.
I will always remember every memory with her as I promised her, I will toast to her. But my statement to her was I will only toast with her wine. No other drink. She is someone no one can ever forget. To her family: thank you for allowing me to be around. I know there were too many days that were difficult and you sincerely wanted to just be with her. She was truly blessed to have you all.

Kim Keller

January 31, 2020

I have so many memories but I think my favorite was when it was just her and I on a random Wednesday July 2019 and Tammy sang karaoke. It was so special for me because she was so happy. No worries of cancer, just 2 gals having a ball together. I’ll miss those fun times. She was my only friend that loved sports. I miss her already and will miss our talks. She was a very special friend to me. Miss her already ❤️