Tiffany Nelson

Tiffany Nelson

Tiffany T.S. Nelson-Harris, affectionately known as “Tiff” was born March 26, 1976 in Scott, Mississippi to Myra J. (Nelson) Gray (Superintendent Clinton Gray, Jr.) and James Earl Harris (Olivia Harris). Upon moving to Ohio, she attended New St. Peter, Church of God in Christ, Inc. in Elyria/Lorain, Oh under the leadership of her uncle Superintendent Edward Jones, Jr., and family.

Tiff attended Elyria West High School and graduated from Sandusky High School. She was employed at Continental Message Solution.

Tiff was a loving mother to her only child, Ashley Brooke Nelson-Hatter. She was a hard worker and when she was not working, she loved spending time with her grandson Sincere “SJ”, who she adoringly referred to as “BooBoo.” She loved to dress in her all White and her high heels. She was a class act. She always made people smile and had the most infectious laugh. She loved listening to old gospel songs, especially the Mississippi Mass Choir. She loved music of all kinds and her favorite artist was Mary J. Blige! She was a very selfless person and was always pouring into others.

Tiff transitioned from her temporary earthly residence on September 3, 2020 to her permanent residence.

Tiff is preceded in death by her Maternal and Paternal grandparents, her Father James Earl Harris, Stepfather Clinton Gray, Jr. and dear aunt, Jurisdictional Supervisor Blondean Nelson-Jones.
Tiff leaves to cherish her memory, her Mother Myra J. Gray, her loving daughter, Ashley Nelson-Hatter, one grandson Sincere Johnson; Sisters, Qiana and Syreeta Harris; Step-mother Olivia Harris, Step-brothers Alvin, Al, and Clavon Gray, Step-sisters LaToya “Penny” Smith, Darlean Cummings and Allean Fuqua, Sister/Cousins Samantha, Samone, and Monalisa Harris and an abundance of extended family members and friends.

Blessed hands, Hair by CoCo.

Visitation 10:00 AM and Funeral Service 11:00 AM Friday, September 11, 2020 at Meredith Temple COGIC, 1158 Mt. Vernon Ave.

A MASK IS MANDATORY.

Interment at Glen Rest Memorial Estate.

Online Obituary Donation in memory of Tiffany Nelson

Condolence Messages

  1. I knew Tiffany from work. We would chat all night long most nights. She was a very thoughtful and sweet woman. She always had good words a genuine concern for others. She was just a pleasure to work with. She will be missed. Prayers for comfort and peace for her friends and family.

  2. Q, Ko, Alvin, Mom Dukes I can relate to each and everyone of you on both empathetic and sympathetic levels… unfortunately I’ve lost a sibling and a child! Each and everyone of you represent strength as a whole as well as individually! Ashley, I can’t begin to imagine the level of pain you are feeling right now, but I do know that you’re a trooper yourself with a secure support system! Your aunt’s and uncle were all raised on strong family values! Fantastic job mom lol !!! Natalie and I send our deepest condolences from our family to yours love you guys, and Tip I’ll NEVER stop remembering you EVER! Love you baby girl fly high!

  3. To Ashley Ash Ash as I called her. I’m so deeply sorry and saddened by the lose of your mother. She was like a 2nd mother to my daughter Jasmyn as I was to you. You and Jasmyn were always together during school, after school, played on the same volleyball teams, stayed at each other’s house like I said always together. Tiffany never complained about any of it. I will miss her beautiful smile and demeanor. Although things are tough right now and your heart is burdened know that with each new passing day things will get better because she’ll still be guiding you with Gods help looking down on you and the family smiling knowing you’re in good hands. Be strong and hold on to the memories. Remember A mother is with you always first in her lifetime then forever in your heart and memory. Sending hugs, kisses, and prayers – Mom Saunders

  4. Charles Pugh &
    Merlean Gray Pugh

    Sister Myra and Family, We are sending our love and Prayers.
    Words are not enough to ease the sadness of loosing someone so important to you, we pray for strength, Comfort and Healing!!

  5. I’m privileged to meet Tiff when I did. Definitely a soul to remember.
    Forever my sister, not by blood but by spirit

  6. Tiff was kind, funny, and beautiful. When I came over for sunday dinners, I could pick out her laugh from another room and it was infectious! Her laugh always made me grin. I can still hear that laugh and I will miss it.

  7. Octavia Harris Lovings

    To my dear cousins Keke Coco and Ashley and auntie Myra,words can’t explain how we all feel right now but I send all my love and all my prayers to each of you. My dear cousin Tiff you will truly be missed and we will always love you. Love your cousin Octavia Harris-Lovings❤

  8. I worked with Tiffany! We hadn’t seen other in several months due to the pandemic and me working remote. I just so happened to go into the call center to work For that week only about two weeks ago and what sweet soul did I get to see as I was leaving One night? Oh sweet Tiffany! I loved her mind, heart and soft spirit. We always talked and had great conversation. Her last words to me were “I’m so glad I got to see you tonight, I’ve missed you “. My words back to her were the same. I’m forever grateful for that one last conversation I got to have with her. Heaven gained a beautiful angel. You will be greatly missed. CMS will never be the same without you and your perfect soul❤️ Prayers and my sincere condolences go out to her family, friends and of course all of her CMS family Rip sweet Tiff

  9. I had heard about Tiff from my wife Ginger before I finally had the pleasure of meeting her. Although our introduction was brief, I could tell she was a good women from that one meeting.

    I’m sorry for the loss to the family, but hold fast in your hearts that she is in a better place.

    Jesus said to her, “I am the resurrection and the life. The one who believes in me will live, even though they die; and whoever lives by believing in me will never die. Do you believe this?”

    John 11:25-26

  10. We are saddened to learn about your family loss
    God comfort us through his word the Bible and the gift of prayer.

  11. With love and sympathy, I share your heartbreak. Quianna, Serita, and Lady Myra, I love you all. Tiffany and I grew up together in church (all of us). She was forever a kind spirit and a walking comedy show. She was always a young fashion icon with plenty of herringbone chains and tennis bracelets, but most importantly, her heart was made of pure gold. After all, she came from a Queen Mother. May God give you more sunny days ahead to process this transition and may His love be enough to keep you going. I will forever hold you all in my heart.

    Love, Takysha (NY)

  12. I’m hurt I recently left Columbus in July Didn’t know she lived there My heart is heavy classmate. It’s been years since I saw her but my God. I’m in shock and I’m hurt

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