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Tiffany Ann (Brown) Spencer

September 18, 1976 ~ May 24, 2019 (age 42)
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A Celebration of Life for Mrs. Tiffany Ann Brown Spencer, 42 of Decatur, AL. will be 4:00 PM Saturday, June 1, 2019 at Alpha Seventh-day Adventist Church with Elder Jonathan Smith officiating.  Visitation will be one hour prior to funeral at the church.  Interment with military honors will be 1:30 PM Monday, June 3, 2019 at Camp Nelson National Cemetery in Nicholasville, KY, A public viewing will be from 10-12 at Mt. Gilead Baptist Church in Lexington, Kentucky.

 Tiffany was born in Lexington, KY September 18, 1976. She was the daughter of William and Eva W. Brown. She departed this life Friday, May 24, 2019 in Decatur Al.

She attended Tates Creek High School, the University of Kentucky; Pima Community College, and The Community College of the Air Force.  

Tiffany was united in marriage to her devoted husband Elder Troy Spencer who lovingly called her “Tiff” for nearly 20 years.

Sis. Spencer confessed a hope in Christ at any early age, uniting with the Mt. Gilead Baptist Church, Lexington KY. She served faithfully in the Church School, Music Ministry, MG’s Youth Ministry Conferences and other capacities. After marriage, she was baptized into the Adventist Church at Sharon SDA church in Tucson Az. where she served as youth choir director, and an AY leader.  She also served as the minister of music and Youth Sabbath School teacher at Ebenezer SDA fellowship.  After moving to Decatur she took on numerous roles at the Alpha SDA Church and was actively involved with programs at the Decatur SDA church.  Tiffany enjoyed Bible Studies, Pathfinder camp outs, Theatrical Plays, putting on various programs for the church.  Tiffany was a gifted Musician, Choir Director and Vocalist.  For the work of the Lord, Tiffany became anything the church required.  A student of the renowned musical director, pianist, and off-Broadway plays Mr. Charles Little; of Lexington Ky. Tiffany founded the much sought after “All Nation Singers” of Tucson, Arizona performing at many local and state conferences & venues that were attend by various Government officials. The Tucson University of Arizona Heart Ball fundraisers, Tucson Homicide Survivors, and The Senator Gabrielle Gifford Memorial to name a few.

Tiffany was an aviation enthusiast. She enjoyed everything about airplanes and loved to travel.  Through the years she worked for American Airlines, American Eagle, and United Airlines.

Mrs. Spencer served in the United States Air Force and Reserves as a C-130 Avionics Specialist in the 42 ACC Combat Control Squadron on Davis Monthan Air force Base in Tucson AZ, and later in the Reserves as an Health Service Management Technician for the 943rd Rescue squadron of Davis Monthan AFB and the 94th Aeromedical Evacuation Squadron Dobbins AFB Marietta Ga.

                                                                                                                                                                                                

Tiffany is predeceased by her beloved Grandparents; Carl & Flora Warren, William Brown Sr., Father-in-law Edwin Spencer and Brother Matthew Brown.

Left to cherish her memories are her parents; William and Eva; her loving husband Troy Spencer, one daughter Toulawani, two sons- Truth Spencer and Thurgood Spencer of Decatur Al. her sister, Tina (Michael) Grant-Martin of Los Angeles, Ca, and brother, Michael (Maranda) Graham of Lexington, KY; Grandmother: Della Brown of Lexington, KY, Mother-in-Law Vincear Spencer; Sister-in-law Diane Spencer, Brother in laws Andy (Brenda) Phillips of Philadelphia & Mark (Sandra) Spencer, all of Kissimmee, Florida.; Aunts; Joyce Brown (Lexington, KY;, Carolyn Brown-Louisville, KY, Linda Hunter, Lexington, Ky, Nannie Miller – Saginaw, Michigan, Uncles: Darnell & Isaiah Warren- Lexington, KY and Charles Mitchell- Louisville KY, Emory Miller – Saginaw Michigan,  five nieces ,five nephews, a host of cousins and other relatives and friends., lifelong friend Lance Hocker “Her other brother”

In lieu of Flowers please make a donation to The Alpha SDA Church youth department or the Decatur SDA Church Youth Department.

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