Tami J. Morris

Tami J. Morris, 59, passed away on Sunday, November 19, 2017. She was born in Glens Falls, NY on March 30, 1958.

Tami worked as a supervisor at the Department of Motor Vehicles in Clifton Park for many years. She was often sought out by car dealerships to handle their paperwork because of the efficient way she took care of people.

Tami loved to shop, especially online and her home was filed with packages from her many shopping sprees. She enjoyed crafts, camping and trying out new recipes. She was a dedicated Nascar fan.

She was predeceased by her father William Watulak and her son Joseph “Little Joey” Mihalek. Tami is survived by her husband Gerald Morris; daughter Amanda Mihalek-Dearborn of Corinth; mother Beverly Watulak of Ballston Spa; siblings Lori Hoover of Corinth, Gary Watulak (Carolyn) of Rutland, Vermont, and William “Skip” Watulak, Jr (Amy) of Orlando, Florida; aunt Daphne Potter of Corinth; stepchildren Melanie McCormick of Ballston Spa and Matthew Morgan (Vicki) of Scotia. She was the beloved Mimi of Connor, Aiden, Jayden, Peyton, Caden, Ella, Ava and Emily. She is also survived by many nieces and nephews.

A private family service will be held. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions in memory of Tami may be made to the American Cancer Society or the Alzheimer’s Association in honor of her parents.

Guest Book

J. Moore/Volunteer

To the Family of Tami J. Morris,
So sorry to learn about the loss of your Dear Loved One, Tami. Please know that so many people share your grief with you to help you through this difficult time of sorrow. Please accept my deepest condolences as we await the time when Christ Jesus will awaken all of those who have fallen asleep in death; including your Beloved, Tami.
(John 11:41-44)

Connie Luke

My condolences to Chip & the family. May the Lord comfort you all. I worked with Tami at the Clifton Park DMV for over 11 years, and she was so knowledgeable about the work. She always had the answer for any problem. We became friends & I learned about how much she loved her family. God is faithful, and I know that she is in Heaven with her little son, Joey, now. Tami, I'll see you again, someday, in the future.


Having gone to school with Tami and enjoying the friendship there, she was a very special lady who had a great smile and laugh! I had chatted with her a while ago and it was so good to touch base with her.Our prayers are for the entire family at this time and the days ahead. May God bring all the good memories of Tami to help heal the emptiness that is felt in everyone's heart.

Mike and Diane Ostrander

We are so sorry for your loss. As a long time friend of Tami’s Aunt Daphne we know how much Tami will be missed. Rest In Peace Tami

Kathy Smith

My deepest condolences to Tami’s family. Heaven has another angel indeed. As a former co-worker of Tami’s she was always so good to me and I enjoyed my few years working with her. We had good fun talking about NASCAR, camping and grandchildren. I held much respect for Tami. A donation is being made to the American Cancer Association in her name.

Dee Cogan

My thoughts and prayers are with all of Tami's family during this time of sorrow. As cousins, we shared amazing childhood memories; I will always hold them dear.

Deborah and Mark Putnam

Heaven has gained another angel. Our friendship was cherished. We had so many adventures together. We were so blessed to have her and her family as part of our extended family. Her huge heart made life so much better for everyone that knew her. We are all going to be lost without her. Her laughter and her yup, yup, yup while gabbing will always make me smile when I think of her. Our wish for you is to remember that she loved all of you with her heart and soul. She will be your guardian angel in heaven just as she was here on earth. She will send us reminders to play that love forward on people and animals alike. Our love and prayers are being sent to you. Remember we are only a phone call away.

The Carlsson Family

I am sorry for your loss. Tami was very special to me and she will be missed.


Carrie Fisher

My sympathies to her family whom she spoke of so highly.

Katharine Clothier-Aunchman

I’m so sorry for your loss. Tami was amazing and such a caring woman. I remember her from my years playing ice hockey in Corinth and always telling me & her daughter Amanda to not take crap from the boys and that we could play just as good as them! She will be missed, but she will always be remembered. She’s with her boy now ♥️♥️

Fay McKnight-Fagnant

Our family is so very sorry for your loss! You will all be in our thoughts and prayers! She was a wonderful friend and we will miss her! ❤️❤️
Love, Fay & Rob and Family


To my friend,

I can never say thank you, I love you like a sister or text funny comments to see you LOL anymore. I am so sad to have lost such a wonderful person --- wonderful friend who has helped me so much and so often. Who has always been there for me. I can never repay you for the guidance you offered to me, for the knowledge you have given me, for the friendship you trusted in me. I can never be there for you anymore. BUT I can always keep you in my prayers. I can be there for your family if they need me and I can offer my friendship to them. Rest in Peace my friend, I love you like a sister, thank you for all your knowledge, your friendship, your wisdom and most of all your trust in me. Be with your son Little Joey, your father and be happy in Heaven. Memories Eternal!!!! Till we meet again...