Tiffany Jones Death, Obituary – Tiffany Ann Jones passed away unexpectedly on the Saturday, November 19, 2022, in Bloomington, Illinois. Her husband Josh was at her side when she passed away. Petoskey, which is located in the state of Michigan, is the location where Tiff’s birth took place on June 3rd, 1975. Her parents are Roderick V. III and Christy (Opper) Jones, and she was born to them. Christy Jones is the whole of her given name. After graduating from Cheboygan High School in 1993 with her high school diploma, she moved on to further her education at Ferris State University as well as at Kalamazoo Valley Community College.
Tiff returned back to Cheboygan when she had her bachelor’s degree so that she could begin working at the family business, which was known as Jones City Garage. She worked at Ormsbee Implement Co. in Afton, Sparetime Lanes in Inverness, and the special needs program at Cheboygan Area Schools at various times. (Inverness).
Then, she went on to a role as a teller and consumer banker with PNC Bank in Northern Michigan, where she worked at three different locations (Cheboygan, Petoskey, and Mackinaw), in addition to filling in at many other area branches as required. She worked in Cheboygan, Petoskey, and Mackinaw. She moved to the East College location in Bloomington, Illinois, in 2014 after making the decision to swap jobs.
Tiff was known to have a kind and generous nature. Her selflessness and genuine care for everyone she came into touch with were the only things that could top her limitless smile and infectious laugh. She had a great deal of care for her family, friends, and colleagues, as well as for the community as a whole. During the course of her life, she volunteered for a broad range of organizations in Cheboygan.
These organizations included the Kiwanis Club and the Jaycees, both of which she rose through the ranks of to become president of and chair for a number of different projects. Some of her all-time favorites were the Christmas Wishlist, the Haunted Corn Maze, the Easter Egg Hunt, Kids Day, the Jaycees Bowling Tournament, the Jaycees Scholarship, and the Wanigan Festival.
She was instrumental in engaging non-members who still wanted to contribute to the cause despite not being members of the Jaycees and in recruiting a big number of new members for the Jaycees organization. (Friends of the Jaycees). Additionally, she was involved in the Wesley United Methodist Church in Bloomington. Her participation in the WUMC GEMS parenting group brought her a tremendous lot of love, serenity, and pleasure throughout her time there.