Book of Memories of

Tammy Morrow

Tammy Joanne Morrow

It is with sadness that the midwifery students (especially September 2018 students) and the academic staff at Queen’s University Belfast recieved the news that Tammy, in her final few months of fulfilling her dream of becoming a midwife, passed away.  We will remember Tammy as a very happy and positive person, who always looked out for others; and was so committed to becoming a midwife. We will always remember her and would like to invite you to share your thoughts and memories of Tammy.  

Megan (Tammy’s friend) has appealed to everyone who had the pleasure of knowing Tammy to raise some funds to help her family with the hard times ahead.

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Jen McKenna

Tammy was such a lovely person, always looking out for others and focusing on the positives – what a privilege to have had her in our lives. I was Tammy’s Link Lecturer in her first year of her midwifery programme, and it was easy to see right from her very first clinical placement that …


Jenny McNeill

Tammy was my personal student from the beginning of her midwifery programme and her drive to become a midwife was always very clear. We had many great conversations and she was totally committed, determined and motivated to complete her programme. Tammy had many qualities that are so important for midwifery but above all her …


Gail Anderson

Dearest Tammy, your passion to be a midwife shone from the first day you commenced the midwifery education programme in September 2018 and despite your recent illness your dedication to completing the programme continued.  The messages of condolence are testament to how much you were thought of within the midwifery family of Northern Ireland …


Aimee Malin

Tammy, you have had such an amazing impact on everyone who met you. The friendliest girl who always had a smile and a kind word for everyone. Our class will not ever be the same again, but we will all make you proud. Heaven has gained an angel. Sending so much love to your …


Michelle Donaghy

Words cannot decribe the shock and devastation felt by all at the passing of Tammy.  She was such a beautiful soul, the kindest sweetest person you’ll ever meet, and was always willing to go the extra mile to help you. I deeply admired her bubbly character and the love she had for her family …


Lorna Lawther

I had the pleasure of meeting Tammy as a 2nd Year Midwifery Student and following her through into 3rd Year. It was clear to see that she desperately wanted to become a midwife and that nothing would stand in the way of her achieving her dream. However Tammy already had everything she needed to …


Sarah-Jean Rankin

Hi Tammy, unfortunately I as a Feb 2021 Nursing student did not have the pleasure of getting to meet you, or getting to know you. Hearing of your passing has been so heartfelt by all of us Nursing and Midwifery students at QUB, old and new. Thinking deeply of you, your cohort, friends and …


Aveen Turley

I’m so sorry for your loss of Tammy. Thinking of you all at this impossibly difficult time. I met Tammy in August 2019 while on placement together. She was so kind and generous to me and I have a small token from her that I’ll always keep and hold dear. From the day we …


Professor Maria Lohan

To Tammy’s family and friends, Wishing to convey to you how sad we are as members of the School of Nursing and Midwifery to hear of the passing of Tammy and how deeply we wish to convey our heartfelt condolences to you her family and class peers. Out thoughts are with you at this …


Harriet Turtle

There are no words to describe the utter shock and sadness felt at the news of Tammy’s passing. She was loved by so many for her kind heart, wit and selflessness. She was full of of support when us fellow students were struggling and always had an infectious smile and positive attitude. The Sept …


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