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Tiffany Adams

August 12, 1975 ~ October 14, 2021 (age 46)

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Tiffany Adams, 46, of Gautier, MS passed away October 14, 2021 at We Care Hospice in Moss Point, MS surrounded by her family.  She was born the fourth of five children to Rev. John and Velma (Henry) Blaine, August 12, 1975 in Meridian, MS.  Tiffany was a "preachers kid", which moved her family all over north MS as her daddy pastored different churches.  Most of her life was spent in Perry County, where she graduated the class of '93 from Perry Central High School.  She and her "little sissy" as she called Brandi, were much younger than their other three siblings, but no matter her age, Tiffany always got down on Brandi's level and played barbies with her in the floor.  Growing up, Tiffany spent a lot of time at the Jackson State Park, where her family would frequent for vacation. She loved music, and most often the kind she and Brandi had to sneak in the house to listen to without her parents knowing.  From Country music to the Dirty Dancing soundtrack she always had a good time dancing and singing along, often with Brandi in tow.  Tiffany adored Brandi, she never left or got off of the phone without telling her how much she loved her "beautiful little sissy", one of her greatest accomplishments in life was being "Big Sis". Tiffany didn't always have it easy though, there were times in her life that were extremely hard and challenging. But no matter what, she overcame and made the best of the situation.  Tiffany was a hard worker throughout life until life threw another curve ball, leaving her with double amputees.  Despite the challenge, Tiffany redirected that work ethic to working hard at becoming independent despite her disabilities. Again never asking for help, Tiffany made sure she did everything on her own, especially getting in and out of the car.  Tiffany had the BEST attitude no matter what life threw her way, she dusted her shoulder off and faced life head on.  Her personality was electrifying, she was so funny, even giving her amputees a name, Nubby and Stumpy, always making the best of the situation. Tiffany was always the jokester, clowning around and giving everyone a good ole belly laugh.  To go along with her humor, Tiffany had a heart of gold.  She loved HARD! Her momma and daddy always had a special place in her heart, and her daddy will miss his "Tiffa-teenie-lil weenie-hot dog baby", a nickname Tiffany hated growing up, but as an adult loved hearing her daddy say.  Although Tiffany mostly grew up with Brandi at home, she adored and loved her older siblings more than they will ever know! Family meant so much to Tiffany and one of her final wishes, was to make sure they each knew just how much they meant to her and how much she loved each and every one of them! Tiffany's electrifying humor and huge heart will be deeply missed by all of her family, especially her "little sissy" Brandi.  Preceding Tiffany in death are; one sister Lisa Moody; and one niece Alexis Pickering.  Left to remember her unique personality, her sisters Brandi (Dustin) Pickering of Long Beach, MS and Wanda (Tag) Thomas; her brother John Blaine Jr.; her nieces and nephews Summer, Christiana, and Austin Pickering, Rocky and Ciara Allen, Shawn and Donovan Blaine, Michael and Jacob Moody as well as 2 more nieces and one more nephew; and her life long friend for over thirty years Shane Williamson.  Tiffany's wishes were to be cremated which her family is honoring. A memorial service provided by the family will be held at a later date. Trinity Funeral Services is honored to serve Brandi and the Adams family during this difficult time and would ask that you remember them in your prayers in the days to come. 

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