Tiffany was tragically taken from us & received into God's embrace as a result of a car accident where someone was driving the wrong way on Hwy 85. Tiffany was proud to be a student at UCF studying to be a Doctor of Physical Therapy. She worked hard in her classes at Niceville High School and Northwest Florida State graduating Cum Laude NHS class of 2020. She loved being in the Tournament of Roses Parade 2017 with the color guard of the Eagle Pride. Tiffy also loved watching NHS football & her Golden State Warriors Basketball teams.
Tiffany enjoyed a healthy lifestyle with running (especially with her puppy Luna) and eating fresh nutritious foods, aside from the occasional Starbucks. She was an amazing artist, painting many pictures and taking countless breathtaking photos of the beach, sunrise and sunset, as well as many fun selfies that we will always treasure. Tiffany was also a talented though shy musician mostly playing guitar or keyboard & singing by herself but sometimes performing for family (especially Grandma). She made many friends at school, church, as well as her jobs at Adidas and Boathouse Landing that will also miss her very much.
Tiffany did not tolerate injustice; actively protesting in support of BLM. She was excited to make her voice heard by voting in the last election. She also cared for the environment by picking up trash on the beach (her favorite place to be) and carrying her reusable straws & bags with her.
She is missed terribly by her parents, Bobby & Kathy Basch, brothers Will & Luke, Grandma Sue Basch, Great-Grandma Mercedes Elsberry, Aunt "Charli" Charlene & Uncle Dave Figueroa with their daughter Elise, Uncle Mike & Aunt Robin Valentine with their children Lindsey, Rob & Julianne as well as many other family and friends. In heaven she joins her Grandpa Bob Basch, Poppa Bob Valentine, cousin Coy Patton and many pets that she has loved.
Tiffany's family would like to say thank you to all the family, friends and community members for their love, prayers & support. To say we have been humbled by this outpouring of love is an extreme understatement to say the least.
Tiffany had a tattoo that read "A bad day is still a luxury". With that she reminds us to stay positive, live our lives to the fullest, and never stop striving to be better than the people we were yesterday. Tiffany's family now asks you all to follow her lead by taking care of yourselves, taking care of the environment, & taking care of each other, so her legacy will live on...
The services to celebrate her life are to be held at Crosspoint Church in Niceville at 11am on Saturday the 16th of January. The reception will directly follow the celebration in the Fellowship Hall. For those who are unable to attend, a live stream of the celebration will be available through Crosspoint Church.
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