Tami Roman’s Mourns The Death Of Her Mother Nadine Buford

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Nadine Buford, the mother of Basketball Wives star Tami Roman and aunt of Long Beach Times columnist Larry Buford passed away July 23rd. Tami Roman shared on social media Tuesday to confirm the death of her mother after a battle with a mystery illness.

Three months ago Tami shared with her fans that her mother was admitted to the hospital with a severe illness.

“My mother is in the hospital with a severe illness; we are holding on as best we can. Please keep my family in your prayers”.

“I’m not emotionally prepared to say goodbye. R.I.P. Mommy!!! Just make sure u keep watching over me. If tears could build a stairway and thoughts and memory lane I’d walk right up to heaven and bring you home again. Rest in peace” – Tami Roman

More information to follow. Reality Wives extends their condolences to the Roman and Buford families.

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    Mixed Chick Reply
    How sad. I can’t imagine losing my mother ☺
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      NickieF Reply
      I can. I did. It SUCKS!!!
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        Reina Reply
        Indeed it does.
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          Never4get Reply
          I know the hurt and pain of losing a mother, it gets better with time.
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    Jess Kratzer Reply
    i just lost my mother a week ago. i understand this will be a difficult time. but like everyone keeps saying to me. she is in a much better place with no more pain. im really sorry for your loss and pray that time with ease the pain.
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    Tamara Tammy Pratt-Hall Reply
    So sorry to hear about your loss Tammy. You have my condolences.
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    Pamela Reply
    I’ truly understand!!! Their is nobody like your Mother, she is truly a gift grift from God.. That emptiness in your soul, and sadness never goes away you just learn to keep going!! God less you, and keep you my sista..
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    Jazzyflo Orlando, Fl Reply
    Praying for you and your family. To be absent in the body is to be present with The Lord.
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    Mz-Exclusive Itis-watitis Pink Reply
    My prayers go out to ur family…..i knw hw it feels to loose ur best friend…its a cold world out here once u loose ur mom..
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    Kimberly Reese Reply
    My heart goes out to Tami
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    Peanutliving Lifeanew Reply
    My prayers are with you Tami. I love your crazy azz and wish you much comfort. Will the services be in NY?
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    Martha Brewer Reply
    you have all my prayes did not lose a mother but lost a grandmother who raised me an it hurt a whole lot
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    Latricia Denise Owens Reply
    I’m sending my condolences to your and your family at this time of need i know its hard for you know…….but know that she is wrapped in more love that you or any of your family members could ever show to her while you had the time with her. Rest assured the things that was important was said and heard…..and those things you forgot..will be heard!!! She was proud if you, believe that…you’ve come a long way and YOU brought that smile to her face that you thought you never could, she knew you was ready to take the reigns, she is still with you trust in that, now Tammy……….SOAR!!!! :-) You are doing a great job!!!!
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    Regina Hall Mills Reply
    I’m so sorry Tammy ….
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    Sylvia Zurita Reply
    I’m so sorry for ur lost
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    marie smith Reply
    I am so sorry to learn of the passing of Miss Tammy’s mother! I just want to send my deepest condolences to the family and friends of Ms. Nadine Buford. I realize that only the prayers of the Saints and God’s perfect peace can heal the heart of the mourners during this difficult time. May God continue to Bless and Strengthen you, Miss Tammy. Diva
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    Veronica, McDonough, Ga Reply
    Sorry for the home going of your mom Tammi. I understand your pain. My mom and grandmother both died three months apart in 2009 and it still feels like yesterday.
    Yes, in time the lost of them gets easier but the memory of their present not being here is the saddest.

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