Tiffany Marie Galloway





Tiffany Galloway was a beloved wife, mother, sister, daughter and friend.  At the young age of 40, Tiffany went to be with the Lord after battling with breast cancer.


She was born to Clarence McCoy and Cheryl Denton on October 28, 1980 in Toledo, Ohio. Tiffany was married to Michael Galloway and had 2 children; Michael Jr. and Madison.


Tiffany is preceded by her Mother in Law, Ms. Carla Galloway, her twin sister Ms. Stephanie McCoy, sisters’ Ms. Makeysha Baylor and Tametria Wormley, Nephew’s William Baylor, Memphis Yates, Tyler Goodwin, Travis Willis. Nieces Tanija Beasley, Jacqui and Jaise Saiedynami, Grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Al and Ora Pittman, Uncle Timmy Clemons,  grandmother Claretta Clemons, great grandmother Katie Snow and many other relatives and friends.


With a mind for business but a body for balling, Tiffany earned a four year basketball scholarship to Morehead University.  She earned her Master’s in Accounting and Finance which allowed her to have a great career with DCSC for the last 14 years.  Tiffany loved family and being a mother to Madison whom her dad calls “Cakes” and Michael Jr, whom everyone calls “Munch”.  Tiffany was soft spoken, but very strong.  She was loyal and understanding, she was a great daughter, aunt, friend and sister.  For those who had gotten to know her, she will forever be missed.













Private Visitation 9:00 AM and Private Funeral Service 10:00 AM Saturday, June 12, 2021 at MARLAN J. GARY FUNERAL HOME, THE CHAPEL OF PEACE EAST, 5456 E. Livingston Ave. (one block east of Noe Bixby, turn North on Lonsdale Rd.). Mask, Social Distancing and Tickets are required. Interment at Glen Rest Memorial Estates.

Condolence Messages

  1. Barbara Henderson

    Hi Michael and Family! Pastor Lawrence & Asst. Pastor Barbara Henderson and the Harvest Time Ministries International Church Family send our Prayers and Condolences to you all. We were deeply sadden to hear of the passing of Tiffany. May the Lord Jesus continue to keep, Strengthen you and Comfort you during your time of bereavement.

  2. Kimberly Cunningham

    Galloway family,
    Our sincere condolences to your family. We are so sorry to hear of Tiffany’s passing.
    God bless.

  3. Michelle Wales

    My sincere condolences to Tiffany’s kids, husband, and family. She was always so sweet. -Michelle Wales (Red’s sister)

  4. Heaven gain a beautiful angle condolences for the family. Praying for the family.

  5. La'Keta "Red" Bobbitt

    I’m truly sorry for your loss. My heart aches for my dear friend. We shared a lot with each other about life, marriage, just everything. We always knew when we spoke over the phone we needed a minimum of 2 hours no lie. We talked about everything never missing a beat. She was such a fighter, God fearing, and always knew what she wanted no matter what anyone else thought. I know that Tiffany would want everyone to live life to there fullest, hold your heads high and keep God first because that is what she did. We may cry now, but stay filled with her happy memories and beautiful infectious smile of hers. I love her dearly, and will miss her always. Prayers to her beautiful family, love, blessings, & strength.

  6. Galloway family,
    Our deepest condolences to your family. We are so sorry to hear of Tiffany’s passing. God bless you and your family.

  7. Roberta Hensley (Robbie)

    My Deepest condolences on your loss. Tiffany was a good friend and Co-worker. she will be missed. My prayers are with you during this sad time.

  8. Jane Heilbrunn

    Galloway family,
    My deepest condolences to your family. My prayers are with you during this difficult time.

  9. Victoria Harn

    Galloway Family,

    I was so saddened to hear of Tiffany’s passing. We worked together and she taught me so much through the years. I would like to extend my deepest condolences to her husband, children and entire family. You are in my prayers at this difficult time.

  10. Penny Clemons; Maurice Clemons; & Deanna (Dena) Taylor

    All of our hearts are saddened and heavy with the unexpected news that Tiffany passed away. Condolences to the friends, co-workers, and families that came in contact with her. Our thoughts are especially with the Clemons, McCoy, and Galloway’s. Tiffany made you feel welcomed, a delight to be around, laid back…my niece and our cousin, will most definitely be missed.

    • Rev. Melvin Coltrane Jr

      To the family and friends i send my condolences. Tiffany will be missed.We all loved her so much. Tiffany and I had plenty of phone conversations we joked and laugh talked about some of everything. Her sudden departure touched everyone who knew her. As her Uncle Melvin i will truly miss hearing her voice and talking with her. Tiffany had a beautiful smile and spirit she was so humble. She was my biggest inspiration. Tiffany i love you very much.
      To my family Earth has No sorrow that Heaven can not Heal.
      I love you all very much as well.
      God knows our hearts are heavy.
      She’s in God’s unchanging hands smiling. You all are in my prayers.

  11. My condolences to the family. Praying for your strength

  12. Vivian Martin

    Words cannot express. Tiffany’s beauty, inward and outward. Her strength, a dedicated employee & friend. The life she lived speaks for her. May God hold the family close.

  13. To the family, my heart is saddened by the loss of my niece. Tiffany was such a beautiful spirit with a matching smile. No matter when we talked, she always made me laugh. Although my heart is heavy along with others that knew her, I’ll find comfort in one of her favorite songs by Byron Cage, “Broken but I’m Healed”. I know she’s resting in the arms of Jesus and I got another Angel watching over me. I will miss you but will never forget your foot print here. Rest well Tif until we meet again!

    Love, Aunt Lynn

  14. John Z & Melissa

    Our deepest sympathy and condolences to Michael, the kids , and the family. God Bless you all.

  15. To Tiffany’s husband and family,
    I’m so sorry for your loss. I knew her from DFAS as a kind soul with quiet strength and friendly, bright smile. Prayers and thoughts for you all and know that she is always with you from her new home.
    Joe Scipione

  16. My condolences and prayers to the family.

  17. Keith R. Latto

    The 6+ years I work in the section at DFAS with Tiffany from my first moments there she provided her constant guidance, knowledge, expertise, and professionalism on a very difficult workload we shared. I would not have been able to perform my duties without her. She was my mentor and friend who was always there for me with her support. As I am now retired I still think often of her and the lighter moments we shared through all those work “challenges”. I hope our many prayers will provide some comfort in this time of sorrow for you and your family. God bless each and every one of us.

  18. Preston and Ieasha Dean

    Our deepest heart felt condolences to you all. We have been and will continue to pray for your strength during this difficult time.

  19. Jaime Boatwright

    I am so sorry for your loss. Tiffany was such a sweetheart. Sending prayers to Keysha and her family for strength and healing during this difficult time.

  20. La’Brena Towns

    Sending my love and prayers to the family.

  21. Our Deepest sympathy from the Price family

  22. My heart is heavy, so young and so much to offer. My love and prayers to Tiff’s loved ones. Without doubt, I’m sure Tiff faced her many struggles with grace and faith. She was a pleasure to coach as she was a ‘true team player’ and handled the pressures of Division I B-ball and academics with determination and perseverance. One great success that reached her final destination in heaven. Make it your goal to meet her there!

  23. Sheryl Poindexter

    To Michael, children, and family,
    I send my sympathy for your loss. Tiffany blessed my life in the short time that I worked with her at DFAS. She was a joy to work with because of her sweet spirit. I pray that God with give you Peace and Comfort in the days ahead.
    Sheryl Poindexter

  24. As a child, Tiffany impacted my life. My parents had divorced after my 2nd grade year of school, just a couple months before I’d end up in a building with only 5 familiar faces – including my own. These other faces weren’t even in the classroom with me. I was beyond emotional, but Tiffany was kind and inviting and one of my very first friends after transitioning from one school of 3 years and another of about 3 months. Shortly after, however, she and her family left. Over the years, I often thought of her to get through the bad days. Suddenly, I saw her again several years later at work. I could not believe it! Again, her bright light and peacefulness was back in my world, and I felt it. She was amazing, intelligent, WISE, and thoughtful. She was straight-forward and extremely insightful. For a little, lost girl who was on the verge of acting out because of her parents divorce, Tiffany was an inspiration, and she provided hope. For an adult who suffered so many ailments and losses, she was a prayer warrior and a reminder to keep the faith. I thank God for placing her in my path when I was 8 and again when I was 25. I appreciate the blessings and will forever be grateful.

  25. Aarona Coltrane McMullen

    To the family and friends of my dear niece Tiffany (my ivory twin). It saddened my heart to hear of her passing. I know she is resting and is it peace.. I will cherished the memories of growing up with her at momma/ grandma Ora home in Toledo.
    Take your rest my love.. Love Auntie Aarona

  26. DeVonda Williams

    I’m so sorry for the loss of my teammate and friend. Tiff you will forever be missed. The family will forever be in my prayers.

  27. I never met anyone like her. She was so poised and polite. Calm and caring. I had the pleasure of meeting her as we both were young girls playing basketball. I will never forget how she kept her hair wrapped and laid. Even while playing ball. Tiffany obviously much skilled than myself, I found myself wanting to play just like her. Deepest condolences to Stephanie and family. RIP Tiffany

  28. We can’t begin to imagine what you are feeling, but please let us share our deepest sympathy. Though your hearts must hold sadness right now, may it also hold the blessings of the love that will always be apart of you. Praying that God will comfort your hearts uplift your spirit and carry you through this time of sorrow. Thinking of you all.

  29. Vernell Howard

    Ooooo Noooo …. i knew Tiffany … i worked with her and attended her wedding and met her twin and very good college buddies. I am so very sorry to hear of her passing. She indeed was a very strong young lady who taught me many lessons … lessons that i pass on to this day. As much as i miss her on this earth … it is very comforting to know that she is now in the presence of her Lord and Savior. To her husband, children and family, and friends … i will pray for you always … may God strengthen and encourage you in these dark times. I am Soooooo sorry to hear of her passing … so very sorry.

  30. I love you cousin! I didn’t get a chance to meet the family you made or have enough time to see you and that’s my fault. We will see you again for sure and can catch up on so much as God promises in Acts 24:15. Rest peacefully love. No more suffering or pain.

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