On Christmas Day, Jesus took Tiffany into his arms and brought her home to him. She was born on May 21, 1973 to her devoted parents Ann and Skip Falcone. Growing up in West Haven, Tiffany showed amazing all around athletic abilities. A four year center forward for the West Haven High School Girls Varsity Soccer Team, she amassed 55 goals in 55 games, a record that has never been approached. Tiffany was the first girl to play baseball in West Haven Little League and was an All Star second baseman. In basketball as a point guard, she led her team to the girls’ city championship.
Tiffany was an excellent student and an award winning writer who was able to express herself introspectively and beautifully in the written word. While at Hopkins Grammar School, in the 7th and 8th grades, she won the prestigious Dewell Letter Writing prize. After high school, she attended Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas where she made many lifelong friends. Tiffany was an avid reader and loved discussing books she had read.
At the time of her death, she was enrolled in real estate school and was preparing for the state real estate exam. But her greatest measure was a large and generous heart. She was a true friend to countless people. Tiffany had an infectious smile and a great sense of humor. Once you met her, you couldn’t help but like her and you could never forget her. She was always there to help others and would never let anyone down.
She had a special relationship with her adoring brother Gary, growing up so close in age and engaging in sports and other activities together. Tiffany also had a great love of all animals especially dogs. In later life, she served as the daily babysitter and dog walker for Gary’s dogs, Clarence and Floyd who recognized her love and gravitated towards her. She also had her own dog, Lulubella who she cherished.
Besides her parents and brother, Tiffany leaves her loving son Jaedin Falcone, whom she adored and in whom she had boundless love and pride.
It is unimaginable to not have her with us and she is greatly missed. At this time, there are no services. There will be a memorial celebration of her life on her birthday, May 21. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the West Haven Animal Shelter, 7 Collis Street, West Haven, CT. 06516.
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West Haven Animal Shelter
7 Collis Street, West Haven CT 06516