“THE REAL OUTLAW CHICK”
July 4, 1971, in Waco, Tx., Tiffany was born to Dorie and Barbara Price, the day she said was created as a national holiday. She lived all her life in Waco, where she attended Waco I.S.D. and was a 1989 graduate of Waco High School.
Among many of Tiffany’s activities during her childhood, she was member of the Huaco Council of Campfire Girls of America and Zeta Phi Beta Amicette/Arcanettes. Once in high school, she participated in volleyball and marching band where she was selected to be the Drum Major of the 1988-89 Marching Lions.
Once Tiffany graduated high school, she studied briefly in Houston at Texas Southern University and was a member of the Ocean of Soul Marching Band.
Upon returning to Waco, she worked for wonderful employers, but more notable, Atmos Energy/TXU, Waco Housing Authority and most recently City of Waco Utilities.
At an early age she was united and baptized at St. Luke African Methodist Episcopal Church were she served and participated faithfully in Sunday School, Cherub Choir, ACE League, YPD, Christ Ambassadors, WMS, Unity of Praise, Hospitality Committee, youth department mentor, choir director and member of Steward Board.
Tiffany’s love for people and service to her fellow man, with a Christ like personality was evident in the way she loved people and they loved her.
She leaves to cherish her memory her three heartbeats, sons Demarcus (Darnesha), Jalen (Yasmin) and Nelson; loving parents Dorie and Barbara Price; her two rays of sunshine, Skylar and Jamari; ride or die big sister Nikki; two devoted nieces Emari and Essence; loving little sister Kennecia (Darius), devoted little brother Kenneth, caring niece Kennedi,godparentsMarvin and Mary Webster; goddaughter Jasmin Driver, many aunts, uncles, cousins and friends that she loved like blood relatives
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