Ms. Senior Alabama 2021
Tammy Little Haynes, wins Ms. Senior World 2022!
Former Miss Alabama 1984.
Click on this photo for the Walk to Defeat ALS fundraiser - the Passion of Tammy's heart.
Click on this photo for the story from The Jackson County Sentinel "Former Miss Alabama, Tammy Little Haynes, Looks back after 30 years."
Click on this photo for the video of Tammy Little performing in the Talent Preliminaries in Miss America 1985.
My first response to being asked to be in the Ms. Senior Alabama was “no”. I’m so happy I changed my mind! This pageant is about serving others and supporting other women in a positive manner. I have a network of Christian sisters supporting me with prayer and encouraging words. I’ll take that each and every day of my life.
Being Ms Senior Alabama gives me an opportunity to bring awareness to ALS and raise funds in hope of finding a cure and help families cope with the challenges daily life. I also educate others about the hospice benefit that will help enhance the quality of life for those with a terminal disease.
Tammy started singing in church at the young age of two and still enjoys singing and speaking at churches and special events. She was 1979 Jackson County’s Junior Miss and a finalist at the Alabama Junior Miss Program. Tammy then started competing in the Miss Alabama Pageant and after five years of personal growth and perseverance, Tammy won the title of Miss Alabama 1984. She was awarded the non-finalist talent award at Miss America and chosen to be a Miss America Showstopper. Tammy lived in Nashville and performed at Opryland USA. She opened for Diamond Rio, Vern Gosdin and toured with Ty Herndon. Tammy traveled the world as a headliner on cruise ships and entertaining at Corporate events. She lived in New York where she entertained at the Resorts in the Poconos, Catskills and The Hamptons.
Tammy has entertained for President Reagan at several events and also for President George W. Bush who stated , “Tammy has perfect pitch” after she sang the National Anthem at a political rally . Tammy did a USO tour and traveled to Central America where she entertained the troops in Honduras and Panama .
Tammy returned to Alabama in 1991 and married Glen Haynes. They have three children, Hannah, Jeremiah and Caleb. They are a sports oriented family. They enjoyed watching Jeremiah and Caleb play college basketball and now support them as they teach and coach high school basketball. Hannah manages her online boutique Halohannah and enjoys working with Brides planning their special day.
Tammy works for Comfort Care Hospice and Home Health as Community Liaison. She is very passionate about educating others about the hospice benefit. When her Daddy was diagnosed with ALS in July 2000, hospice was never mentioned to the family. Tammy says it certainly would have helped her Daddy’s quality of life as well as her mother , his caregiver. Tammy says, “Everybody needs to know about the hospice benefit”. That’s why Tammy will be educating the public about hospice during her year as Ms Senior Alabama.
Unfortunately, Tammy’s brother-in-law was diagnosed with ALS in July 2021. “It is devastating to have another member of our family attacked by this dreadful disease “ Tammy said . As a family, they started raising money with Walk to Defeat ALS ten years ago. This October they will walk again in memory of Tammy’s Daddy, Wayne Little and in honor of her brother-in-law, Lester Gant. “I will continue to raise awareness about ALS during my year as Ms. Senior Alabama with hope of finding a cure . “ said Tammy.
If you would like to book Tammy to sing or speak at an event contact her at