Tam Savill was born with a brilliant mind and huge practical ability. This enabled her to create beautiful enamel and jewellery that earned the respect of her peers worldwide. She was generous, funny, warm, understanding and sometimes just a little grumpy. Above all she was fiercely independent. When her illness robbed her of that independence, she was lucky enough to come to St Peter’s Hospice. Her last days were in a lovely room overlooking peaceful gardens, with a visiting cat that she didn’t much care for. Tam had so many requests for visits, and so many visitors that the cat was the only creature to see her as often as he wanted. Tam died peacefully and quickly in the company of a nurse. They say everyone dies alone, Tam didn’t. We, her family, can never thank the hospice enough. But we can try and you, as her extended family, can help. Please give a donation so that they can continue to help others on their journey.
I will keep fond memories of Tamazin with me always
So sad to hear of Tam’s death. Remembering the many happy times when the girls were growing up, particularly the regular trips to Glastonbury in the school holidays when Tam would drive down from Bristol with Jazz, pick Ellenor up, and off they would go for the day! Much love to Martin and Jazz. Sue, Ellenor and Olivia xx
Tam is greatly missed. A kind, supportive, caring friend and colleague, I thank you for your friendship. Thank you St Peter's Hospice for your kindness and care shown to Tam. Donated via cash at funeral