Tiffany Letitia Vedvick, 42, of Saint Augustine, Florida, passed away December 28, 2021. She was born at the Naval Air Station Jacksonville on July 10, 1979, and was the only child of Letitia Farrall. Tiffany was raised by a single mother and that made Tiffany into the independent and free-spirited woman we all adored. Tiffany had a quick-wit, infectious laugh, and gorgeous smile that would light up any room. People were always drawn to her warmth and kindness, but she was also a force of nature that could not be tamed.
Tiffany spent her life in care of others putting their needs above her own. Her greatest passions, outside of her family, was scrapbooking and quilting. She loved to build albums about each of her children documenting their lives so she could show them how much they were truly loved. Receiving a hand-made beautiful quilt from Tiffany was always a priceless gift to treasure and appreciate. She was also a voracious reader, and it was a match made in heaven when she was able to listen to a book while she was able to craft. It wasn’t an unusual to hear the sounds of her sewing machine and a novel being narrated at all hours.
Tiffany loved working in several capacities for the military. She was a data analyst and planner for Rubicon Planning and thoroughly enjoyed helping to positively impact facilities that benefitted soldiers. Even though she graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Healthcare Administration from the University of North Florida she spent the majority of her life working for the Army in several meaningful ways.
Tiffany was also an ardent advocate and humanitarian, spending what little free time she had giving to others. She was a Department of Florida President for the Military Order of the Purple Heart Auxiliary and loved being able to help veterans and their families. One of Tiffany’s fondest memories was of hers was the time she spent as the volunteer coordinator at Hospice.
She was also an adventurer, loving to travel and explore. Whether that was going on cruises with her girlfriends, taking girls trips with her daughters, or exploring new places with the family. Her wanderlust was never satiated.
She leaves her beloved husband Christopher of 19 years and children Lorelai, Evelyn, and Archer. She also leaves behind her two younger brothers Neil and Lucas Farrall. Tiffany also leaves behind her extended family of her stepmother Barbara Farrall, family of aunts, uncles, and cousins of: Karen Amerein (Andy), Bruce Farrall (Penny), Rex Farrall (Patricia), Laurie Farrall, Linda Camarillio (Jimmy), Stacy Bola (Dan), Christopher Walker (Rachel), Preston Farrall (Taylor), Conner Farrall (Rachel), Jillian Vogel (Nick) Thérése O’Connor (Sean), Megan O’Connor, Errin O’Connor, Ruairi O’Connor, Annalise O’Connor, Margaret Flanagan, and Hugh Flanagan.
Tiffany is preceded in death by her mother, Letitia Farrall, and her father, Ross Farrall.
Tiffany also has a host of loving friends too numerous to list but to know her was to know unconditional love and kindness; included are her sisters in Zeta Tau Alpha and ladies of the MOPH Auxiliary. Tiffany’s family would also like to thank all her physicians & nurses for all their help while she was on her final earthly journey. She is now on a great journey with the Lord, joyous and pain free, no doubt continuing to love and watch over all those she has left behind.
Funeral services will be held at Ponte Vedra Valley Cemetery located at 4750 Palm Valley Rd, Ponte Vedra Beach, FL 32082 at 11 am on January 15, 2022.
Flowers are welcome. However, in lieu of flowers you may make a donation to the Military Order of the Purple Heart - Florida at https://www.purpleheartflorida.org/support-us or the Zeta Tau Alpha Alumnae Chapter in Jacksonville at https://give.zetataualpha.org/CSiDonate/Give.aspx/HV85RNOC#c