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Tiffany R. McDaniel
May 27, 1984 ~ November 15, 2020 (age 36) 36 Years Old
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Tiffany Renee McDaniel, born May 27, 1984 and raised in Africatown (Plateau, AL). She attended Union Missionary Baptist Church with Pastor Author James Crawford Sr. Tiffany was led to Christ at an early age and so was baptized at Union Missionary Baptist Church. November 15, 2020, at the age of 36 years, Tiffany transitioned her earthly life in exchange for eternity . She was preceded in death by her grandparents: Minus and Ruth Portis, Percy and Pearlie B. Martin, Emanuel Cockrell, and grandmother in law Francis Inez McDaniel. She leaves to cherish her memories: her husband Allen B. McDaniel Jr. (BJ), daughter Hannah Ruth Elizabeth Watkins, her mother Melva Portis, her father Calvin Martin, father-in-law Pastor Allen B. McDaniel Sr. and mother-in-law Azeline McDaniel, sisters Kahnsuala Martin, Shana Bettis (brother- in-law, Jarvis Bettis, referred to by Tiffany as Ugly), Krystal Martin, and Shada Hires (brother-in-law, Michael Hires), brothers Frederick Bettis and Robert Bishop, sister-in-law Alline McDaniel. She also leaves behind her stepmother Darlene Martin, sisters Lanina and Laniyah Martin, step-sister Seleshe McCloud, Rinata, special cousins Courtney Taylor and Cournisha Taylor, aunts and uncles, many nieces and nephews, cousins and other family and friends. Last, but not least, her cat Kwesi.
Tiffany was well loved, cherished, and spoiled. She will be GREATLY missed. She was an exceptional poet, artist, and wise counselor. She carried herself with the grace of a queen, but humble as a lamb. She often referred to us as peasants. She was comical with a great sense of humor; often laughing at things that probably should not have been laughed at. Most of all she was the perfect gift from God.