Tiffany Lynn Burgess

Born in Gainesville, FL on June 6, 1988

Departed on October 13, 2019 and resided in Nashville, TN

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Tiffany Lynn Farragher, age 31, of Nashville, TN passed away on Sunday, October 13, 2019. She was born on June 6, 1988 in Gainesville, FL to Thomas Joseph Farragher, Jr. and Carol Hart Farragher.
Tiffany is survived by her father, Thomas Joseph Farragher, Jr.(Ma Lyn); mother, Carol Hart Johnson(Raymond); brother, Randall Farragher; and sister, Nancy Farragher. She is also survived by her grandfather, Edward Hart(Glenda); a host of aunts and uncles; and many extended family members and friends.
Tiffany is preceded in death by her sister, Steffany Farragher; grandmothers, Kay E Yates and Nancy Pace; and grandfather, Thomas Farragher, Sr.
Tiffany was a lover of art, especially sketching anime. She leaves behind many pieces of artwork, which her family will forever cherish. She also shared a passion for reading and writing.
Visitation will be held for family and friends at West Harpeth Funeral Home and Crematory in Nashville, TN on Friday, October 18, 2019 from 4:00pm until 8:00pm.

8 Comments to Tiffany Lynn Burgess

  1. Lisa Richardson says:

    Please know that you are in my thoughts and prayers. Please let me know if I can do anything for you.
    Love ,

  2. Selena Cunningham says:

    Carol, I will be out of town when the memorial is held but know you are in my thoughts and prayers. Please let me know if I can do anything at all. Selena

  3. Wilfred says:

    Accept my condolence for your loss. May God help you get through this difficult time and ease your pain. We are with you in prayers.

  4. Jessa Mae Dalogdog says:

    Please accept our heartfelt condolences.

  5. Evelyn corceiga dalugdog says:

    Our prayers and condolences to your family and god will heal the sadness in your hearts.

  6. Cédric Carde says:

    I never had the privilege to meet you, but the Atlantic Ocean never was able to lower the brightness of your soul, just as death never will. You succeeded to spread your natural kindness, your exceptional sense of humor and your uncommon strength all over the world, no matter space and time.
    You have no idea how much you’ll be missed, how much I’ll miss you. But you can be sure that you will never be forgotten.
    Love to you and your family.

  7. Cedric M. Klein says:

    Never got to meet you in real life, Tiffany, but I don’t know if I could miss your humor, your intelligence, and your beauty any more than I already do, just knowing you through Facebook. Pray for me & for all of us who love & miss you as I’m also praying for you, till we all come into the Embrace of Jesus, in all His wonderful justice and terrifying love.

  8. Emy says:

    I met you some time about a year ago or so and at first we didn’t get along but as we talked you ended up being someone I really felt glad to say was a friend.I wish we could have spent more time together and I wish I could have been more of a help, I was really hoping you’d bounce back from all the hardships life was throwing at you cause you always had such great energy and I really believed you could.I hate to see you go like this,even if I may have never been able to meet you in person since I lived so far away. I’m so sorry this happened to such a great person who never wanted to ask others for help,even thought we all would have helped as much as we could just to make sure you were okay.Rest in peace Tiffy,may you find comfort and peace.

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