Tammy Dodd

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Hi, my name is Tammy and I am an inmate here at Lee Arrendale State prison. I have been here since April 2007 on a 15 year sentence. My maximum release date is June 30, 2022. I do have hopes to go to the Transitional Center in a couple of years and get back into the work force. I have a story that I look forward to sharing with you. I was conceived in Vietnam, my Mom was a nurse for the Army there. She had me in the states and went back when I was 6 weeks old, leaving me with my grandparents. They were also raising 5 other grandkids. 5 boys who were alot older than me. So, I was raised with 5 boy cousins. They got into alot of mischief, including armed robbries which I was usually in the back seat of the car for, at the ripe old age of 3. At least that was one of my earliest memories. Of course I loved them like brothers and didn’t think that they were doing anything wrong. They were eventually caught later for those and other crimes and put in prison for them. One cousin, unfortunately was sentenced to the Electric chair and was killed in Starke, Fla. in 1985. I have alot of stories, good, bad, funny and sad that I would like to share with you. I am 50 years old and look forward to the time that I can put this part of my life in the past. It will always be an important part of my life and will always be there whenever I need to reflect on it, that is where I will find my strength in the future. Thank you for taking some time with me today and I hope you come back.

Peace, Love and Joy,

Tammy Dodd
DOC #559586

Lee Arrendale State Prison
P.O. Box 709
Alto, Ga. 30510
Email at: jpay.com

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  1. Today, here in the UK, our beloved comedian Ken Dodd died aged 90. His humour was old school, pleasant and never too rude. One of his silly one line sayings was “What a lovely day to stick a cucumber in a letterbox and shout The aliens have landed!” He was born in Liverpool in the house he lived in all his life. Anyways, just thought I would share that with you beloved one. Blessings of peace.

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