Tiffany Louise McCoy, a self-employed cosmetologist with a remarkable talent and an extensive clientele, has sadly passed away on September 24, 2023, in her hometown of Temple, Texas. She was born on March 5, 1991, in Temple to her parents, David Charles Dodd and Amanda Marie McCoy. Tiffany's early departure from this world has left her family and friends devastated.
Services will be held at 2:00P.M. on Tuesday October 17, 2023 at Cedar Valley Baptist Church in Salado with Pastor Dustin Connell officiating.
Visitation will be held on Monday October 16th from 5:00P.M. until 8P.M. at Crotty Funeral Home in Belton.
From an early age, Tiffany displayed an innate creativity and passion for the Barber industry. After graduating from high school, she pursued her dreams and became a self-employed Barber at ColdCutzDesignz. Tiffany's haircutting skills were truly unmatched, and she took great pride in her ability to transform anyone's appearance with her artistic touch.
Tiffany had a warm and charismatic personality that drew people towards her. Her beautiful smile radiated kindness and sincerity. She had the remarkable ability to make everyone she met feel at ease, as if they were talking to an old friend.
Outside of work, Tiffany had a number of hobbies and interests that brought her joy. She had an affinity for R&B music, which always seemed to lift her spirits. Animals held a special place in Tiffany's heart; she adored her dog Ying Yang and her cat Smokey. Spending time with them brought lightness to her days.
Above all else, Tiffany cherished her family and friends deeply. She valued their presence in her life more than anything else. The bonds she nurtured with them were unbreakable, built on love, trust, and unwavering support.
Tiffany experienced profound loss throughout her lifetime. She was preceded in death by her grandfather Cecil Chaney on February 21, 2017, and grandparents, Ronald lee McCoy on January 3, 2021 and Dovie Marie Fritz on November 26, 2020. She was later faced the devastating loss of her brother, Daniel McCoy on April 18, 2018. These losses had a deep impact on Tiffany's heart but also strengthened her resilience.
Tiffany is survived by her grieving family who will forever cherish the memories they shared with her. Her loving supportive parents, David Charles Dodd of Waco, TX, and her mother, Amanda Marie McCoy of Arkansas formerly of Temple. She leaves behind four brothers: Christopher Dodd of Killeen; Jonathan Ballard of Belton and Dillion Dodd of Belton. Additionally, she is survived by six sisters: Stacey Dodd of Killeen; Emily Burke of Belton; Heather Sosa of Colorado Springs, CO; Morgan Dodd of Waco; Lissa Jackson of Corpus Christi and Marie Catr of Poram, OK.
Tiffany's grandmother Dollie Chaney and two aunts, Cassandra Simpson and Brenda McCoy provided love and guidance throughout her life. Their presence in her journey was a source of strength during both joyous and challenging times.
Tiffany Louise McCoy's untimely departure has left a void in the lives of those who knew her best. The impact she made on others is immeasurable. Her talent as a cosmetologist and the genuine care with which she approached every client will always be remembered. Tiffany had an infectious spirit that brought joy to all who encountered her.
During this difficult time, we celebrate the beautiful soul that Tiffany was. Let us remember her contagious smile and the way she touched our lives. May her light continue to shine brightly in our hearts as we carry on her memory with love and affection.
Rest in peace, dear Tiffany Louise McCoy. You will forever be remembered as an extraordinary individual whose warmth and talent brightened the lives of all those fortunate enough to have known you.
Crotty Funeral Home & Cremation Services is in charge of arrangements.