Tiffany Hill Obituary, Death – Tiffany Monique Morgan was born on November 26, 1981 in Malvern, Arkansas, to parents Charles Williams and Wanda Morgan. Her mother’s maiden name was Morgan, and her father’s maiden name was Williams. She received her education all the way through her senior year in the Malvern School System, where she made many close friends who shared her enthusiasm for helping other people. Because Tiffany would not let just anybody into her life, there were only a select few who were able to make the unique cut! If she referred to you as her friend outside of the context of family, it meant that she thought extremely highly of you and that she loved you deeply. Everyone knew that she had a kind and generous heart, but she also had a reputation for being brutally honest. If you were incapable of dealing with the reality, you would never inquire about her viewpoint on any topic. Sometimes, the way she spoke was like having a knife held to your throat. Ouch!
She held a few different jobs after she graduated from high school, but her life was about to take a dramatic turn very soon. It was a wonderful beginning for Tiffany on a journey that would eventually lead to her getting married to Javon Toney, whom she first met in the year 1998. She would go on to earn her Certified Nursing Assistant certification in 2001 and follow her passion for providing care to those who would gain the most from the love and compassion that she exuded. The Malvern Nursing home welcomed Tiffany as a new employee recently. Then, after more than 13 years, she left there and began working immediately for Happy Valley Nursing Home, where she loved and cared for the people there, thus bringing herself happiness and contentment. She worked there until she retired.
2005 would be the year that young Tiffany would tie the knot and start a family, just as she was beginning to feel comfortable in her brand-new and exciting life. She would eventually tie the knot with the man who would become the love of her life, Javon, and within the same year, the couple would become parents to a stunning little girl whom they called Adriona. She was the apple of their eye and was given the moniker “Tinka Bell” in later years. Tiffany was content as she traveled through life with her new family by her side. She had her “Tinka Bell” to sing to, which she had been singing to ever since she was a little diva herself, and it offered her both calm and joy. She had been singing to it ever since she was a tiny diva. Tiffany’s work ethic demonstrated both her enthusiasm and her genuine, authentic personality throughout the 21 years that she devoted herself wholeheartedly to her business up until August of this year, when her health began to deteriorate. She was never alone since she was constantly surrounded by the people she loved the most, including her family and her friends, and they loved her right back. Tiffany will be loved for all of eternity, missed for all of eternity, and remembered forever and always!!
Tiffany’s maternal grandparents, Bobbie J. Morgan and Office Morgan, as well as her paternal grandparents, Odie B. Williams and John Williams, passed away before her. Tiffany’s father, Charles Williams, and her brother, James Lock, also passed away before her.
Her legacy will live on in the hearts of her husband, Javon L. Toney; daughter, Adriona Latina Monique Toney; step-daughter, Ayshia Samone Toney; step-granddaughter, Ayla Dorn; mother, Wanda Jean Pryor all of Malvern; siblings: Calandra Lock-Fraser (Jahnell Fraser) of Texarkana, Arkansas; Morgan P. Lock and Ezekiel J. Lock both of The Memorial Celebration of Life Service for Tiffany will be conducted on Saturday, December 17, 2022 at 11:00 AM at the Deliverance Temple Church of God in Christ located in Malvern.
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