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Tiffany M. O'Connor

June 12, 1982 — April 23, 2020

Tiffany M. O'Connor

6/12/1982 - 4/23/2020

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11710 Standing Stone Dr. Gretna, NE 68028 496-9000 of Papillion -On Thursday, April 23rd, Tiffany O’Connor, loving wife and mother of two children passed away at age 37. Tiffany was born on June 12, 1982 in Pennsylvania to Micheal and Karen Uhland. She was an avid student and received a master’s degree in business administration and doctorate in philosophy. On June 21, 2008 she married her high school sweetheart James O’Connor. They raised two sons Cannon and Cullin. Tiffany had a passion for writing and always encourage others to pursue this dream. She loved her animals, especially her dogs and believed Taylor Swift was a lyrical poet. Tiffany was know for her creative spirit, sense of humor, intelligence and compassion for people as well as animals. She was survived by all who loved her and she  will forever be missed. Tiffany O'Connor is the originator, author, and co-editor of THE UNOFFICIAL GUIDEBOOK TO SURVIVING series which includes, THE UNOFFICIAL GUIDEBOOK TO SURVIVING LIFE WITH BOYS, THE UNOFFICIAL GUIDEBOOK TO SURVIVING PREGNANCY WITHOUT LOSING YOUR MIND, and the upcoming THE UNOFFICIAL GUIDEBOOK TO SURVIVING LIFE WITH TODDLERS. She is the writer behind the popular blog #lifewithboys. Her work appears in several anthologies, including CHICKEN SOUP FOR THE SOUL MY AMERICA. Tiffany lives in Nebraska with her husband, her two sons, and her dog. Tiffany spends her free time watching TV shows about zombies and listening to Taylor Swift songs on repeat.
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