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Tammi Gripton

Macomb County, Rochester, and Troy, Michigan

248-965-5454

100 West Big Beaver Road
Suite 200, Troy, Michigan 48084

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Tammi Gripton


Tammi worked for fifteen years in teaching. She taught fifth grade, first grade, kindergarten, and was a reading specialist. She has experience in working with families and enjoys helping others.

I think that genuinely caring for others is a gift.

Before Tammi became a teacher, she was also interested in becoming a social worker. Although she knows that she is not a social worker, there are aspects of this work that are similar. Tammi has been there for others when they are going through the difficult task of placing a loved one in a memory care community and witnessed how difficult the process can be emotionally. She wants to help families through this time.

Tammi is married with three children, she received her Bachelor's Degree from Michigan State University and her Master's Degree from Saginaw Valley State University. Tammi enjoys reading, boating, running, and spending time with her family.

 

Proudly serving the following areas in Macomb and Oakland counties of Michigan:


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