Tiffany Lynn (Leeper) Sehorn

June 20, 1976 – Feb. 14, 2006
Tiffany Lynn (Leeper) Sehorn, 29, of Vacaville, passed away suddenly on Feb. 14, 2006.
A memorial celebration of her life will be held at Crossroads Christian Church, 190 Butcher Road, Vacaville, at 1 p.m. Saturday.
Jim Lewis, a pastor and longtime friend of the family, will be officiating.
Tiffany was born on Father’s Day, June 20, 1976, in Miami, Okla., and also lived briefly in Missouri before her family moved to California in 1980. She grew up in Napa and Castro Valley, and the latter is where she graduated from Redwood High School in 1994. She also lived in San Jose and Healdsburg, before moving to Vacaville in 2003.
Tiffany is survived by her two sons, Andrew, 8, and Joshua 7, of Los Banos; father and mother, Mark and Karen Leeper of Vacaville; sisters, Jennifer Leeper of Chiang Mai, Thailand, and Tamara Leeper of San Diego; paternal grandmother, Evelyn Leeper of Healdsburg; and a host of other family and friends.
Tiffany grew up in the Christian Church, embracing Jesus Christ as her Savior and Lord, and being baptized at First Christian Church in Napa in 1986. She worked various jobs in the different cities in which she lived, but her highest priority and greatest joy was as a mother to her two sons. She will always be loved and missed by those who knew her.

Update Sunday evening:
Thank you for the heartfelt condolences and prayers. Tiffany was the daughter of our former pastor at the church we attended for over 13 years in San Jose. We grew close to them because we shared some commonalities, besides our faith: parents of bold and beautiful daughters, country music (okay, I enjoy it because Bill enjoys it) and a great sarcastic sense of humor. We attended Tiffany’s wedding, shared with them the joy and excitement when she had her babies and then their sadness and worries for her and the boys when her marriage failed. Tiffany’s family became very dear to us. We can’t help but feel their shock and grief over her sudden death. She was a young woman with a vibrant smile and a deep love for her family so it is just sad. I could not attend her funeral but felt compeeled to honor her memory and her family’s by posting her obituary. Once again thank you so much for your love. I LOVE my bloggin’ pals!

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  1. I’m so sorry for this family… So sad to lose someone so young, especially someone with young children? Was it an accident or illness? Although, I guess in the long run that doesn’t really matter, does it? Never mind… Just pass my sincere condolences on to her family!

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