Tammy Haines Obituary – Tammy Sue Haines, a resident of Waynesburg who had lived to the age of 54 when she passed away on October 31, 2022, did so in the UPMC Presbyterian Hospital in Pittsburgh. She had been a patient there for the previous year.

The 20th of October, 1968 found her being delivered in the city of Waynesburg, which is also the hometown of her mother, Garaldine Turner Adamson. Joseph W. Adamson, her father, had already passed away before to this. Her mother was already an adult when her father passed away before she was born.

In 1987, Tammy obtained her diploma from Jefferson-Morgan High School, where she had fulfilled all of her high school requirements. In the past, she has worked at Ames Department Store and Fashion Bug, where she was both a department manager and a store manager at each of those establishments.

Tammy was a member of the worship services that were held at a local Christian congregation in Clarksville. This congregation is involved in assisting the communities around them.

Her wedding to Bryan K. Haines took place on June 10, 2017, and he is still with us today. 2017 was the year that the wedding took place.

Holly Stallard, who lives in Jefferson, Scott Adamson, who lives in Waynesburg, and Donnie Adamson, who lives in Rices Landing are the three of her siblings that are still with us today, in addition to her husband and their mother. Her father had passed away when she was only a little child when it happened.

On the afternoon of November 3, 2022, from four in the afternoon until seven o’clock in the evening, guests are invited to stop by the Behm Funeral Home to pay their respects. Gregory P. Rohanna will be working as the supervisor of the funeral home, which can be found at 1477 Jefferson Road in Jefferson, Pennsylvania 15344. The address of the funeral home is.

On Thursday evening at seven o’clock, the funeral home will be the location of the funeral service that will be held in honor of the deceased. The gathering is going to be hosted in honor of the person who passed away. Pastor Brad Edgar is going to preside over the service that is going to take place.

You are more than welcome to share your condolences with the family by writing a note and submitting it on the website located at