Tami Lynn Drouillard, 61, of Sweet Home passed away Tuesday, May 25, after a five-year battle with cancer. She was born in Gardena, California to Richard James and Corrina Faye (Hensley) Bambach.
As a child, Tami lived in California, Germany, Florida, and Oregon. As an adult, she lived in Milwaukie, Lebanon, Albany, and Sweet Home, Oregon.
After high school, she worked as a beautician for five years. Tami then worked for Safeway and Walmart in deli sales and catering. She was very involved at Full Gospel Church in Sweet Home.
She enjoyed crafts, needle point, decorating, and shopping.
Tami is survived by her step-dad, Lou Anjo, of Sweet Home; brother Mark Bambach and sister-in-law Virginia Bambach of Lebanon; nephews Jordan Bambach, and his wife, Sydney Bambach, and Matthew Bambach of Albany.
She was preceded in death by her father, Richard James Bambach, in 2007 and mother, Corrina Faye Hensley, in 2013.
Memorial service will be at 3:00 p.m. Thursday, June 17, at Sweet Home Funeral Chapel. Reception to follow at Full Gospel Church, 2331 Main St.
In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions can be made to World Vision. Sweet Home Funeral Chapel is handling arrangements.