Tiffany was born in San Antonio Texas on April 8, 1976, she died November 24, 2022, at age 46, in Schertz, Texas.
She never married or had children, but was a dedicated dog mom especially to Chloe her dachshund companion for 14 years and her current dog Boudreaux
she graduated from Judson High School in Converse, TX in 1994.
During her time at Judson, she participated in the FFA program and took agricultural courses. she raised a pig that was grand champion at the San Antonio Junior Livestock Show and Rodeo, and her love of gardening began. She received a scholarship from San Antonio Livestock Exposition when she graduated.
She used the scholarship to attend Saint Philips college’s first veterinary nurse program. She then worked for several local veterinarians. Her love of San Antonio Stock show and rodeo continued her entire life.
Her primary career was as a Deputy Clerk for Guadalupe County Clerk Teresa Kiel - a job she loved for about 13 years. She worked mainly in the Schertz annex and enjoyed working with the public and meeting new people She was generally considered friendly and fun loving.
She volunteered for Celebrity Fanfest events and met numerous film and television stars -her Favorite being Jason Momoa
She loved craft projects and was an avid reader
She loved to travel and family road trips to exotic animal resorts and the Texas coast were her favorites.
She is survived by her mother, Linda, and sister Kimberly Also two aunts, Thea and Cassie, one uncle, James, and numerous cousins
She was preceded in death by her father John, two uncles, Bob and Gary, one aunt, Barbara, and her grandparents
there will be no visitation
Her memorial service will be at Schertz United Methodist Church, 3460 Roy Richard, (FM3009) on December 7, 2022, at 1 :00 PM
A reception will follow at the church and internment will be at Holy Cross Cemetery
Her family would like to extend special thanks to Teresa Kiel who was especially supportive of Tiffany throughout the years of her employment as well as being her role model.
We are grateful for the fellowship of her Guadalupe County coworkers especially those who worked with her in the Schertz annex