Tamme Svec (Fry) sadly passed away unexpectedly but peacefully on
April 1st, 2021 with her husband by her side. Tamme was born on November 3rd, 1957 in Tomahawk , WI to Harold and Isabelle Fry. Tamme was the youngest out of 13 children. Tamme had 4 children; Shawn (Jessica) Fry, Sasha (Joe) McNichols , Tessie Provost, and Johnathan Provost. Frank and Tamme were together for 15 years before finally tying the knot on December 3rd, 2000. It was then that Tamme got 2 step-children; Joey (Katy) Svec and Jessica (Jeremy) Cannon.
Tamme was a wife, mother; sometimes a second mother to her nieces and nephews and some of her children’s friends; she was an incredible aunt, a godmother, and a grandmother. Tamme was an all around family oriented person therefore; she spent a lot of time with her children and 17 grandchildren; Aneiah , Elijah, Aubrey, Lucas, Morgan, Sky, Autmnn, Hailey, Sean, Ethan, Austin, Dominick , Issiah, Natallee , Alex, Madeline, and Amelia; and great granddaughter, Violet; however, with her children and grandchildren growing up, moving away and having children of their own, Tamme found a newfound rejuvenated love with spending time with her dog, Daisy, her husband Frank and spending more time with her siblings and her niece Jenni (Jeff); her great nieces and nephews; Angelique (Zachary), Shyann, Karlee (Tytan) and her great, great nieces and nephew; Camdon, Hanna and Brianna. Tamme was down to earth, bold and always told you like it was. It was not in Tamme’s nature to be a watered down version of herself for people to like her.
Tamme is survived by; her husband Frank Svec, 5 sisters and brothers; Carol Duranceau, Harold (June) Fry, Richard Fry, Howard (Ann) Fry, Sandy (Butch) Malzhan; her children; Shawn (Jessica) Fry, Tessie (special friend Andy) Provost, and Johnathan Provost; her 17 grandchildren and one great grandchild.
In addition to her parents Tamme was preceded in death by; 7 brothers and sisters; most recent being her sister Gloria, daughter Sasha and her nephews Andy, Steven, and Lee. Tamme was deeply loved by many and will be greatly missed.
No memorial service will be held at this time due to the pandemic but will be held at a later date.