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Tammy White
Paralegal
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(314) 454-9100 ext. 123
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Who is Tammy White?

Tammy works primarily out of AEGIS’ O’Fallon, Illinois office.  She is a member of the Firm’s corporate and estate planning team.

A Wisconsin native, Tammy graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater with a B.S.E. in Elementary Education.  She earned her Associates degree in Paralegal Studies from Southwestern Illinois College in 2011.

Tammy and her family reside in O’Fallon, Illinois.  In her free time, she enjoys being with her children, Colton and Piper; playing Words with Friends; treasure hunting at antique and thrift stores, and anything craft-related.

Brett enjoys spending his free time engaged in outdoor activities and traveling with his wife.

  • Bachelor of Science from Southern Illinois University of Edwardsville

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