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Tammy Daybell’s Cause of Death: How Did She Die?

Tammy Daybell’s cause of death initially turned out to be natural, due to a heart condition. Daybell died in October 2019. But the case was reopened in December 2019 and an autopsy revealed new findings. Her husband, Chad Daybell, is now charged with murder. Chad Daybell married Lori Vallow five weeks after his wife died.

Lori Vallow and Chad Daybell are charged with murder in the deaths of her two children, 7-year-old Joshua “JJ” Vallow and 16-year-old Tylee Ryan. Lori Vallow is also charged with conspiracy to murder Charles Vallow’s death.

The series of murders is the subject of a new Netflix documentary series, “The Sins of Our Mother.” The limited series documentary was released on Wednesday, September 14, 2022.

Here’s what you need to know:

Tammy Daybell passed away on October 19, 2019 at the age of 49. Her son, Garth Daybell, said he was in his room in the hallway when he heard a boom, according to CBS News.

“My room was in the hallway. And I heard a thump and heard my father yell, ‘Garth, Garth, come quickly,’ with the most panic I’d ever heard in his voice,” Garth Daybell told CBS.

He told CBS that his mother was already dead, and they called 911.

“My dad was just pacing back and forth,” Garth Daybell told CBS. “Just say, ‘Why? How could this happen?’ Pointing to pictures on the wall, “She can’t be dead. Like, how could this be? What are we doing?'”

The children said authorities believe she may have suffocated, according to CBS. Some details of her cause of death, including her full autopsy report, have not been released publicly, according to Fox 10 Phoenix as Chad Daybell waits on the trail. But her October 2019 death certificate says her immediate cause of death as a heart event. Fremont County Coroner Brenda Dye listed pulmonary edema as a condition leading to death, the news station reported

Her body was exhumed on December 12, 2019 for further examination.

According to East Idaho News, the first reports of Tammy Daybell’s death were that she had died in her sleep.

The news station spoke to some who attended her funeral and said they had noticed strange things. The service seemed rushed, they said, especially since her death was unexpected. She was “well, worked as a librarian at Central Elementary School in Sugar City, and was actively involved in the church.” There was no coffin at her service, the source said. Daybell married Lori Vallow just five weeks later, the news channel reported.

Nine days after Tammy Daybell died, Chad Daybell wrote an essay titled “Moving into the second half of my life.” Read the essay here.

His essay began:

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