In Memory

Tammy Hubert (Megenity)

Tammy Hubert Megenity passed away on August 20th, 2012. She lived in Lanesville, IN

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08/21/12 06:09 PM #1    

Aaron Striegel

My prayers and thoughts go to Tammy and her family! May God comfort you during this time of grief!

08/21/12 07:40 PM #2    

Lois Hertog (Miller)

Wow, just got the news and I'm stunned. Tammy, I've known you since 1st grade and over the last 15 years I have had the honor of being with your family on occassions. God bless you Tammy and the rest of the Hubert family, we love all of you.

08/21/12 07:50 PM #3    

Dana Lone (Wade)

Wow! So sorry for your loss, I have known Tammy since grade school.  We were still friends in HS and I will not forget the goodtimes we had....

Love and prayers to the Hubert family..

Dana Lone Wade

08/22/12 06:50 AM #4    

Susan Stephenson (Fulgenzi)

So sorry to hear about Tammy I met her in 7th grade and never will forget the beautiful smile she had. I will keep Tammy's family in my prayers.

08/22/12 09:24 AM #5    

Shelley Shields (Watts)

I can't think of Tammy without seeing her laugh.  God bless.

08/22/12 03:01 PM #6    

Lisa Archibald (Schafer)


My good friend, Tammy died this week. Our lives took different paths after high school and I cherish those long ago memories we made together. I remember a sweet, kind and beautiful girl who loved and had a zest for life. In those days, adventure, spontaneity, and a liberal dose of ingenuity factored heavily in our daily lives. I could probably fill a book with the silly things we did together as kids. I’ll settle with sharing one such story for now.
One early autumn morning, Tammy and I spontaneously decided to decorate the base of Highlander statue to celebrate the harvest season. The statue, I recall, was fairly new and prominently displayed in the front lobby of the school.  We were proud of that new statue. We loaded pumpkins of all sizes into the trunk of her car and we headed off to school.  As we arrived, we had some help bringing them in; it was quick, but I’m not naming any names. Carefully, artfully, we placed them around the base of the statue. The display was lovely and our celebration was complete – or so we thought...  As we stepped aside to admire our fall display, we leaned against the radiator, the one on the left as you enter, when the first of the buses started arriving. I have to emphasize: The intention was solely festive fall decoration.  I think our good intention lasted just until the first wave of students came pouring through the front doors. Things get crowded when still sleepy students pass thru this area making their way through the lobby to the lockers. The first chubby little pumpkin to get bumped was at once transformed into a soccer ball. The rest followed straight away.  Quickly, the place was a complete ruckus. This is where it becomes a Ferris Bueller moment.  Pumpkin mush was flying everywhere.  The crowd got noisier.  Adult supervision must have heard the commotion.  A very angry vice principal  came traveling round the corner at a rapid speed, all the while slipping, sliding, and skating through trounced up pumpkin mush against the onrush of students. He was shouting, “Who did this?” indignantly.  We were astonished.  He would dart in one direction then abruptly change course and go off in another, chasing little stubs of pumpkin bits bouncing shoe to shoe.  While the throng of students melded from soccer star to innocent student and back again, alternately increasing and avoiding the mess on the floor.  As, first bell rang, we innocently slid around the corner and into the safety of our classroom.

08/22/12 07:11 PM #7    

Ann Goss (Scrogham)

I was so shocked to hear this sad news. Tammy was always so full of life, always had a smile on her face and was so accepting of everyone.She could walk in a room and light it up with a smile and a hello. I will keep Tammy and her family in my prayers.   Rest in Peace Tammy

09/06/12 10:56 AM #8    

Stacey Anderson (Freibert)

Tammy was a kind person and fun to be with. She was one of my best friends early in high school. We had some goodtimes together back then and I'm so sorry she is gone.

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