Tammy left a lasting legacy in the parks, trails and open space features that she created during her tenure.
Adapted from words by Kevin Batchelder, Town Manager
Tammy Jamieson worked for the Town of Silverthorne, CO for 14 years serving for nine years as Director of Recreation and Culture. She was a treasured and respected member of the Town’s management team and in the trails community in Colorado. Tammy left a lasting legacy in the parks, trails and open space features that she created during her tenure. She was admired and respected as a leader by all those she worked with.
Parks, Trails and Open Space Master Plan, the acquisition and construction of the Silverthorne/Dillon Trail Connection, the development of the Blue River Experience, including river restoration, open space purchase and trail construction of the Blue River Trail along with numerous other projects that bettered the lives of Colorado residents and the thousands of tourists that visit the Colorado High Country each year.
Tammy was soft-spoken and humble but extremely effective in transforming the outdoor landscape of her community for the better. Amenities like the Blue River Trail are attributable to her determination, attention to detail and her commitment Tammy will be missed as a professional colleague and as a friend. At this difficult time, our thoughts and prayers go out to the Jamieson family.
Contributions in Tammy’s memory can be made to CaringBridge—a free, nonprofit web service that connects family and friends to share information, love and support during a health care crisis, treatment and recovery. CaringBridge, 1715 Yankee Doodle Road, Suite 301, Eagan, MN 5512, 651-789-2300.
posted Jul 13, 2023
Steve’s lifework and legacy ended up creating terrific trails for hikers, mountain bikers and equestrians.
posted Feb 11, 2022
Former American Trails Board Member Kay Lloyd passed away in January 2022.
posted Sep 11, 2021
The September 11th National Memorial Trail is a 1,300-mile system of trails and roadways that link the National September 11 Memorial and Museum in New York City, the National 9/11 Pentagon Memorial in Arlington, Virginia, and the Flight 93 National Memorial in Shanksville, Pennsylvania.
posted Dec 4, 2020
Longtime American Trails board member Joe Taylor passed away 12/03/2020.
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