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Beth “Tink” Tandy of Randlett, Utah passed away very unexpectedly on December 13 2022 at the University of Utah NCCU of a brain aneurysm.
Beth was born May 10, 1962 in Chester California the youngest of 3 siblings born to Richard “Dick” Tandy and Dolores “Jean” Riggs. Beth was a lover of all things Tie Dye, Animals, and most certainly her Family. If she called you a friend, you were a friend for life. To all that knew her, she had a free spirit and a love for the fairy world.
Teacher Beth, Mouse, Tink were some of her favorite names, but none compared to Nana. During her life she held many jobs, none she enjoyed as much as caring for her family. She loved that she was able to care for her littles, and her aging father. Momma was such a sweet, spicy and wild spirit. She was her children and grandchildren’s biggest cheerleader. She was so very proud of each of us, and made sure that we always knew. She wasn’t one to care for materialistic things, she was always there for anyone at anytime. She gave so selflessly to all those around her. Momma had a love for loud classic rock, motorcycles and of course tie dye. She couldn’t be kept down when Cancer took grasp of her, she proudly let the girls go, and said she wouldn’t be defined by cancer.
Beth is survived by her children, Kenny Buck of Madras Oregon; Spring (Joel) Dubray of Roosevelt; her pride and joys: Brooklynne -Nyn, Kennlee -George, Quinn -Jake, Whitley -Kayloni, Sage -Gus and Jasper -Jassie. Her parents, Dick Tandy of Randlett; Jean (James) Riggs of Ocean Park, Washington; siblings, Sondra Ross, Enterprise, Oregon; and Rich Tandy of Madras, Oregon.
She is preceded in death by her infant daughter, Tera Spring.
Our momma chose to be cremated, and will live on in the lives of those she was able to help through her Organ Donation. A special thanks to the Doctors and Staff at the Uintah Basin Medical Center and the team of Doctors and Nurses at the University of Utah NCC Unit for their care and support for our momma and to us during this difficult time.
A celebration of life will be held this summer for those friends she called family here in the Basin. The X-High Motorcycle Club will host their Annual Bikers for Boobie Poker Run and will continue to honor her. Please contact them and come out and support a great cause and celebrate “Tink”with her favorite people.
In lieu of flowers, her children ask that you hug your loved ones, say the words you haven’t said, and love hard as our momma did..