Tiffany Hardy

Obituary of Tiffany Marie Hardy

On February 5, 1982, the world received a bouncing bundle of joy, Tiffany Marie Hardy. Her parents Carolyn R. Hardy and Norman E. Hardy were elated to add their third and final daughter to complete their family. Tiffany grew up in the Washington, DC area, where she attended District of Columbia Public Schools with her excellent Artistic Drawing skills, she was offered an opportunity to attend The Duke Ellington School of Arts in Washington, DC. An offer she later declined to continue in DCPS.

Tiffany was in love with fashion and considered herself a fashionista. With her own flare, creativity, and signature style; she always made a unique statement. More importantly she was loving, kind and hilariously funny. She never met a stranger because she was always friendly. When she entered the room, you knew she had arrived because she always made everyone laugh the whole time; with her infectious laugh, personality and she told the absolute craziest stories. More than all that Tiffany was furiously loyal.  She would go to bat for you and into battle with you. But on April 5, 2022, at George Washington University Hospital with family gathered around her Tiffany Marie Hardy put down her gloves and peacefully entered heaven’s gates.

Tiffany leaves behind a great legacy in her three children Jordan Hardy, Tamera Hardy and Kalel Hardy. She also leaves behind two sisters Regina Greene and Normika Hardy. Nephews Jaylen Hardy, Deavon Greene and two great nieces. Also, a host of Aunts, Uncles, Cousins and two great friends.

She was preceded by her mother Carylon R. Hardy, father Norman E. Hardy, Grandmother Marie F. Greene, Grandfather John D. Greene, and Grandmother Hattie Mae Stephens.

Saturday
30
April

VISITATION

10:30 am - 11:00 am
Saturday, April 30, 2022
Highway Christian Church of Christ, Inc
432 W. St.
Washington, District of Columbia, United States
Saturday
30
April

CELEBRATION OF LIFE

11:00 am
Saturday, April 30, 2022
Highway Christian Church of Christ, Inc
432 W. St. NW
Washington, District of Columbia, United States
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