Tammy Elizabeth Kineen
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Services will be Saturday, Nov. 30, for Tammy Elizabeth Kineen, 55, who died Nov. 21 at Sutter Tracy Community Hospital.

Mrs. Kineen was born Oct. 22, 1958, in Spokane, Wash., where she graduated from Spokane Falls Community College. She worked in several fields, including semiconductors and retail sales, and led a nationwide fleet remarketing business for 15 years.

She attended New Beginnings Apostolic Church in Tracy.

Survivors include her husband of nearly three decades, Jerry Kineen of Tracy; four children, Todd Stewart of Spokane, Phoenix Gabriel of Spokane Valley, Wash., Katrina Stewart of Liberty Lake, Wash., and Laura Sylvester, of Benton City, Wash.; mother, Betty Jenks of Post Falls, Idaho; three brothers, Ted Bellusci of Seattle, Lenny Hadden of Missoula, Mont., and Damon Heib of Overland Park, Kansas; a sister, Jacoba Cordrae of Missoula; and four grandchildren.

Saturday’s service will begin at 1 p.m. at Hotchkiss Mortuary, 5 W. Highland Ave.

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November 29, 2013
Jerry and Laura, You're in my thoughts and prayers. I'm having a difficult time processing the fact that I'll never get to see my "neighborette" again. Tammy was one special lady.

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