Tamra A. (Miller) Reppert, 59, of Kempton, PA. passed away peacefully at home on April 14, 2021 surrounded by her family. She was the wife of Alan N. Reppert, having celebrated their 41st wedding anniversary on April 4, 2021. Born in Norwalk, CA., she was the daughter of the late Leslie “Larry” and Gwendolyn (Risenhoover) Miller. Tamra worked for the Main Street Inn in Kutztown, PA. for many years, as well as Pinnacle Ridge Winery. Prior to that, she worked as a CNA for the Topton Lutheran Home.
She was a loving wife, mother, grandmother, friend, Jewian Princess and will be greatly missed. In addition to her ball & chain, Alan, survivors include her five fabulous daughters, Harmony A. Reppert of Richland Hills, TX, Chantille O., wife of Brian “He’s Saying Things Again” Collins of Lyons, PA, Elizabeth M., wife of Justin Gnant of Hurst, TX, Alayna C., wife of Venus Daniel of Fleetwood, PA, and Jamie C. Reppert, trophy partner of Robert Vogtman of Nescopeck, PA. Grandchildren include Isaac R., Natalie C., Lacey C., Arianna D., Bryson D., Elinor G., and Loralei G. Siblings include Michael Miller and Robert Miller. She is also survived by many brother/sister-in-laws, nieces, nephews, and others she adopted as family. She loved many.
Tami was an avid crafter and loved making treasures, making up her own patterns as she went. However, she will be most remembered for her humor, jokes, and unique laugh (the goat). She loved volunteering her time for local activities including the Ladies Auxiliary of the Lyons Fire Company, the Lyons Fiddle Festival, the Kutztown Folk Festival, and Girl Scout activities when her daughters were young.
There will be a celebration of life gathering on April 24, 2021 from 1pm-3pm for family and 3pm-5pm for everyone at Janelle Restaurant and Catering Hall, 360 Fleetwood Rd, Mertztown, PA 19539. Masks are required. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions in her name may be sent to the Ladies Auxiliary of the Lyons Fire Company (P.O. Box 5, Lyon Station, PA 19536).
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