Tammy Laird Foxx (Madison, 1985)

Tammy Laird FoxxTammy Laird Foxx

Tammy Laird Foxx (Madison, 1985)
School: Madison Graduation Year: 1985

Year Inducted: 2020

Sports Played: Volleyball, Basketball, Softball

High School Honors: 2 Letters in Volleball, 3 in Basketball, and 4 in Softball. 2nd Team All-PIL Volleyball as a Junior and Senior. In Basketball, Honorable Mention All-PIL as a Junior and Senior. Defensive Player of the Year as a Senior. In Softball, 1st Team All-PIL as a Junior and Senior; 2nd Team as a Freshman and Sophomore; 2nd Team All-State as a Senior. HM All-State as a Junior. PIL Player of the Year as a Senior. 2nd in State Championship as a Senior. National Honor Society all 4 years; Scholar-Athlete of the Year as a Senior. Rose Festival Princess. Homecoming Court. 2nd place in Little League World Series for Rose City team, 1982.

Post High School Career: Oregon State University, BS in Education; 4-year starting outfielder on a Softball scholarship. University of Phoenix, Master’s Degree in Organizational Management, 2000. Career in pharmaceutical sales with 5 companies, presently Amgen covering Southern Nevada. Played city league fast and slow pitch softball for many years.


What a true honor this is to be nominated and inducted into the PIL HOF. Being remembered after so many years passed is a true blessing. My time at Madison HS was filled with amazing memories and so many great lessons that I’ve been able to utilize throughout my life. The continuous encouragement that I received from my family, coaches and friends was the driving force that gave me the confidence to never give up and to follow my dreams. I would have never made it to where I am today without my competitive drive and I owe a lot of that to my Madison life. My competitiveness is not always a good thing. My friends often tell me they don’t like to play games with me because I’m so competitive….so I let them win every now and then. Thank you to the coaches and players for helping instill that in me. A few names to mention and I apologize if I have left out any are Herb Osaki, Pam Yoder, Jerry Schloss, Jeff Erdman, Dave Peak, Dave Gasser and Tom Hinton.

Also, a special thank you to my parents for providing me the opportunity to play sports and who never missed a game. They would have given their last penny to see me play. They showed me the true meaning of love and support and for that, I am truly grateful. Thank you and I love you!

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