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Evelyn M. Tiffany
02/25/1936 — 05/15/2009
From Pasco, WA, US | Born in Walla Walla, WA
Evelyn M. Tiffany
Evelyn M. Tiffany, 73, of Pasco, Washington, departed Friday May 15th 2009 with her family by her side.
She was born on February 25, 1936 to Phillip and Rose Zaro in Walla Walla, WA. She grew up and went to school at St. Patrick School, in Walla Walla 1st thru 12th grade. As the daughter of a farmer, both her and her only brother David Zaro spent a lot of time helping their father in the onion fields.
Evelyn married the love of her life Jess J. Tiffany on November 27, 1954 at St. Patrick Church in Walla Walla.
The young couple moved to Spokane for awhile then relocated to the Tri-Cities.
During her active years she did some schooling in the medical field and worked for varies places as a Medical Records Technician, after working for Riverview Family Medicine for 14 years, she retired in 2000.
Evelyn and Jess then took to traveling the states, to visit friends and family, and ride the biggest Roller Coasters they could find, they also took 8 Cruises and traveled to different countries. Her favorite destination was Lincoln City, OR. She enjoyed shopping, quilting, sewing, spending time with the family, and just jumping in the car to go for a drive.
She is survived by her- parents Phillip and Rose Zaro of Walla Walla, WA; brother, David Zaro of Port Ludlow, WA; husband, Jess Tiffany of Pasco, WA; her children Robert Tiffany of Richland, WA; Doran Tiffany of Frankfort, KY; Susan Sanders of Richland, WA; her grandchildren Alise Tiffany of West Richland, WA; Kody Tiffany of Richland, WA; Cristina Cryblskey of Richland, WA; Katie Cryblskey of Richland, WA; Gabby Sanders of Richland, WA.
Services will be held on Friday, May 29th at Christ the King Church at 1pm followed by a gathering of family and friends at the Richland Community Center.
Jess, I am so sorry to hear of your loss. Evelyn was such a great person and taught me so much. I will keep you in my thoughts and prayers. Tami
It seems impossible to us that she is gone. The memory of her always smiling face, happy laughter and willingness to be there for our family will always remain with us. We had the greatest neighborhood in all of Richland and we really were one big family. Even though we moved away, we have remained friends and the sadness we feel over the loss of Evelyn is overwhelming. Her heart was huge and her coffee was the best.
Our love to you Jess, Susan, Bob and Doran. Many happy memories will remain with us –
Kay and Dick Coates