A memorial celebration of life service is scheduled for 2:00 P.M. Thursday, July 7, 2011 at the Church of Christ with Tom Anderson, officiating. Cremation is under the direction of Hughs Funeral Home of Memphis, TX. Brandi Paige (Davis) Tatum, 47, passed away Monday, July 4, 2011 in Hospice Care in Amarillo, TX. Brandi was born February 13, 1964 in Denver, CO to Hal and Donna Davis. Brandi and older brother, Joe grew up in Denver, CO, San Antonio, TX, Lufkin, TX and Memphis, TX. Brandi followed her family into the radio business and worked full time in sales and promotion in Lufkin for KIPR and then onto KLSR, the family owned radio station in Memphis, TX for the last 25 years. In addition, Brandi worked in Lufkin at KYKS KICKS 105 as one of their top sales persons. Brandi loved being around family and friends from horseback riding to hanging out at Goat Hill in East Texas. Brandi married Tommy Tatum, they have one son, Wariner. Mother and son were nearly inseperatable, especially after Joe bought him a motorcycle for Christmas. Brandi spent her youth following her brother around the motorcycle race tracks of San Antonio, Dallas, Houston and Austin with lots of stops along the way. She turned that experience into passion with Wariner. Brandi started out loving horses and left this world loving horsepower. Brandi was a wonderful moto-mama and along with those moms, had many great friends by her side when she said goodbye. Her beloved Wariner is and will always be her greatest accomplishment. She is preceded in death by her father, Hal on July 6, 1997; her husband, Tommy in September 2007; two uncles, George Kemmer and Gordon Cavnar and cousin, Anne Bonavitacola. Survivors include her son, Wariner Tatum of Memphis, TX; her mother, Donna Davis of Memphis, TX; her brothers, Joe Davis of Memphis, TX and Mike Davis of San Antonio, TX; her sister, Sandra King of Fayetteville, NC and aunt Jo Kemmer of Memphis, TX; along with two cousins, another aunt and three stepchildren, plus her little dog, Honeybee. In lieu of flowers the family suggest memorials be made to the American Cancer Society, 3915 Bell St., Amarillo, TX 79109 or a favorite charity.