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3701 East 7th Street
Joplin, MO 64801
Phone: (417) 781-1711
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Tiffany Street

Tiffany Leann Street

Friday, August 12th, 1988 - Saturday, February 6th, 2021
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Tiffany Leann Street, age 32, of Carthage, Missouri passed away on February 6, 2021 at her home.

Tiffany was born on August 12, 1988 in Joplin, the only daughter of Stacy Copeland. She was a 2007 graduate of Carthage High School, where she was in band, FFA and other activities. She studied history and horticulture at MSU in Springfield, Mo. She worked at US Bank on 4th and Main as a mortgage processor. Tiffany loved her family and she loved animals, especially Cassie her dog and Blaze her cat. She was a volunteer with the Humane Society and Habitat for Humanity of Oklahoma City as well as other local charities. When she was not working or giving back to others, Tiffany loved to shop for family and friends as much as for herself.

Tiffany was preceded in death by her maternal grandparents John and Lois Street. She is survived by her mother Stacy Copeland (Tim), her brother Kyle Street, Uncle Greg Street, Aunt Terri Barnes (John), cousin Jacob Fritts and his son Dallas, many loving Great Aunts, Great Uncles, and cousins, her work family, and special friends Eddie and Liz, Melissa, Kimberly, Anita, and many others in the Joplin and Oklahoma City area.

If you knew Tiffany she made sure you knew what you meant to her. She had a positive outlook always, a sincere and beautiful smile and a heart of gold. She is our angel now and will never be forgotten.

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Jeff Putnam

Posted at 12:03pm
Stacy, our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. It's difficult to discern God's plan but he has one. May he bring you peace.
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Terri Barnes

Posted at 09:06am
My Tiff was so special to everyone who knew her. She was funny, positive and had a laugh that was to never be mistakenly "Tiffany". She was caring, loving and always there when someone needed her. She was so smart and wanted to be successful in her life- in her career and in her personal life. She was a special daughter to Stacy, a loving sister to Kyle, a caring niece to my brother Greg and to me, a fun and caring cousin, a light-hearted and joyful friend to everyone who gravitated to her and most importantly the best granddaughter my parents could have prayed for. During times my parents were sick, she was always there to help. Since Mom did not drive, if my parents needed anything at all, she was there to get it for them. When Mom was diagnosed with lung cancer, Tiffany rarely left her side. She was there to help keep me updated on Mom's care in the rehab...from 1000 miles away, she called me 2-3 times a day! She was my and Stacy's extra set of eyes if Mom was not getting what she felt Mom Stacy and I could set them straight. She was Mom's comforter, Mom's encouragement, Mom's hope. She was the never ending love of a grandchild when my son Jacob could not be there. She picked up gifts from me and Jacob and took them to Mom for Christmas. She was there when Stacy was exhausted and needed a break to rest. For that, I will be forever grateful. Her family was her life and her Nana and Grandpa were her heart.
When Tiffany was just a baby-2 months old- she made her first road trip to NC to visit me and my family. She didn't remember it, of course, but I sure did!! My Niece was so beautiful and I did not want to set her down! I was fortunate enough to live in Missouri for a short time as she was growing up and able to take her to her dance class, to get her hair fixed for a photo. The hairdresser curled her hair into long swirls only to have the curls fall out as soon as she got to the next section! I just laughed and laughed at the frustration of the hair dresser. But little did we know...her head of thick, beautiful blonde hair would be the envy of all of us!
She was the make up queen of South Eastern Missouri...I think those who know her will agree 100%. She was an artist of make up and did many, many reviews for companies. In return, she never wanted for any kind or color of make up. You could shop in her room...who needs a store?? :) She was always mindful of her friends and family when she found a good deal at a store or online...she was also a queen bee of finding the best sales on everything! If there was a deal, she surely knew it and spread the word.
She loved, loved, loved her job at US Bank...but more importantly, she loved her friends and coworkers at her job. She felt at ease with them and told me they were good to her there. That made it all worth while. It was obvious from her long list of friends, that once you were a friend of Tiff's, you were a friend for life. Well, that is unless you crossed her! She took no junk and if you did not have the same values and ethics as Tiff, you would not be on that list very long. That is why everyone loved her- she left no doubt as to who she was and what she wanted in life and you were either with her or you weren't.
Rest in peace my little Sissy. Your Aunt Terri and Uncle John love you and miss you every single day. I only wish I was half the woman you grew up to be. Maybe one day I will get there... Give Mom and Dad our love and continue to take good care of them until we meet again. :(


Lisa (Cobb) Weeter

Posted at 11:01am
While I was not close with Tiffany I am so sorry to hear of her passing. My love and heartfelt sympathy goes put to her mother and all of her loved ones. Losing a loved one impacts a life so dramatically. Soar high girl and rock those golden robes.. Much love
Lisa (Cobb) Weeter

Terri Barnes Posted at 07:42am

Thank you Lisa

Jennifer Henderson

Posted at 06:03am
Stacey, my dearest kwinkledee cousin, my heart breaks for you. I've spent days trying to find the words to say something to you, but I cant find a word that is special enough or that has enough meaning behind it to explain to you how much I love you and how much sympathy I have for you and your family.
Love you lots. Please call when you get services figured out. 417-719-2933
Jen hen

A. Hadley

Posted at 03:00am
It’s been several years since I’ve seen her (life gets in the way) but she was one of the most vibrant souls to ever cross my path. It was an honor and privilege to have met her and I wish her soul peace. To all who knew and loved her, her imprint on this world will never be forgotten. Rest easy beautiful one. ❤️❤️❤️

Terri Barnes Posted at 07:42am

Thank you Ms. Hadley

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