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Tina Tambasco Ervin

August 03, 1964 - March 13, 2020

Obituary For Tina Tambasco Ervin

Tina Ervin passed away on March 13, 2020. She is survived by her loving family, including brothers Lou Tambasco, John Tambasco, Chris Tambasco, Ron Tambasco, and, sisters Lisa Clark and Kim Pirracci, and her husband Dean Ervin.

Tina was born August 3, 1964 in upstate New York. Her parents were Vito and Rita Tambasco. Tina was known for her intelligence, her wonderful sense of humor, her love of animals, and her determination. She graduated from University of South Florida in accounting, at the age of 27. She was in the accounting fraternity and was sent to Washington DC to represent her school at a national function.

Tina passed the CPA exam on her very first try. She had a long and successful career in accounting and finance. She was known for her analytical abilities, her ability to create complex financial models, and her knack for helping executives better understand their numbers and make better decisions.

Tina had many interests and hobbies. She loved all animals. Dogs and hummingbirds held a special place in her heart, and she kept her hummingbird feeders stocked all the time. She had a large collection of orchids that she watched over at all times. She had a keen interest in subjects ranging from art to literature to interior design, jewelry, fine art and motorsports - especially motorcycles and cool cars. She was an expert and very fast sport bike rider who participated in several road racing track days on her CBR1000 RR motorcycle. She was an awesome person and the world was a better place with her in it.

Tina did not want a funeral, and she chose to have her body cremated. Her husband, Dean, will travel to Vanderbilt Beach in Naples, FL to distribute her remains over the waters of her favorite place in the world. She lives in our memories forever!

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  • So sorry to hear about this loss. Tina was my "best friend ever" in high school. I will cherish the great many memories of our great ride together! I just found many old letters she sent me while I was in college. She will always have a special place in my heart. My thoughts go out to all her family. Chris

  • So sorry for you loss Dean and family-H

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