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Tami Lynette Gosselin November 23, 1977 - September 6, 2023

Date of Service

September 21, 2023

Tami Lynette Gosselin, known for her vibrant personality and a brand built on spreading sunshine, was born on November 23, 1977 to loving parents Johnny and Debra Cipriani. On September 6, 2023, she departed this life, leaving behind a legacy as a beloved daughter, sister, mother, and friend. From the very beginning, Tami’s life was marked by her extraordinary warmth and boundless enthusiasm, qualities that would go on to touch the lives of all who had the privilege of knowing her.

Tami’s cheerful greeting to the world, was always “Hello Sunshine.” It was more than just a phrase; it was the embodiment of the ” The Tami Gosselin Effect”. Her words, “Hello Sunshine,” were a beacon of positivity and creativity, and they will forever be missed by all who encountered the radiance of her spirit. Not only did “The Tami Gosselin Effect” touch people from her everyday life, but it was a movement, in how she shined in her 20+ years in Real Estate.

Tami was well-known by her TikTok followers, her upbeat, and joyful TikToks that brought smiles to everyone’s faces. She had the innate ability to connect with people on any level, which made her a trusted friend, confidante, and mentor to many. Her infectious optimism and zest for life had an irresistible allure, drawing individuals toward her and creating lasting bonds that will be cherished forever.

Among her cherished inner circle, she was affectionately known as “little Liz,” a tribute to her timeless beauty and charm, including her captivating eyes, voluminous hair, and elegant pearls, reminiscent of the legendary Elizabeth Taylor.

Tami was not only a loving mother to her two beautiful daughters, Madison and Alexandra, but also a doting grandmother to her grandson Romeo. Her unyielding love and dedication were unwavering, and she took immense pride in witnessing her family grow and flourish.

Tami had a zest for life that extended beyond her family and friends. She had a passion for travel, exploring new horizons and embracing diverse cultures. In her younger she was active in FFA and playing volleyball in high school. Tami also enjoyed outdoor sports, snow skiing, jet skiing, family camping trips and a love for country music. She created memories with her loved ones that will last a lifetime.

Tami Lynette Gosselin’s memory leaves behind a legacy that will forever be cherished. She is survived by her children, Madison Leann Gosselin and Alexandra Marie Salcido, and her grandson Romeo Amore Gosselin-Ny, parents, Johnny and Debra A. Cipriani; her sister, Michelle R. Cipriani; her nephew, Joshua John Cipriani; many aunts, uncles, cousins, and her loving family. Her radiant spirit will continue to shine.

A celebration of Tami’s life will be at 10:00am on Thursday, September 21, 2023 at Big Valley Grace Community Church, 4040 Tully Rd, Modesto.

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