Tiffany Kidd has died, according to a statement posted online on Jul. 31, 2020.
We learned of the deceased through the following tribute posted on social media.,
Another devastating loss for our SPH family. Our school counselor Ms. Tiffany Kidd and her unborn baby boy were taken way too soon from her husband and their five children. Prayers to Tiffany’s entire family and the children she leaves behind.Please God grant them the strength to get through this. Two of her kids are still in the hospital and still need an abundance of prayers.Please pray for the students and the staff at St. Pats. Tiffany was so kind and such an amazing person! She helped Aubrey so much throughout the school year when she was going through a rough time. Aubrey is a wreck over this.She helped so many students at SPH. All the kids just loved her and she loved them all. Austin was in the same Kindergarten class with her twin boys and they were such good friends that year.I wish we would’ve stayed in touch with them but I’m glad I got to chat with Tiffany in the school hallway every once in a while.Tiffany you will be missed by so many.Please consider donating, if you’re able to. Her family will need all the support they can get in this time of need. Please also share and keep sharing!
Cause of Death.
We have no information at the moment on of caused death . This post will be updated as soon as we have that information.
The following are some tributes posted on social media to honor the life and the legacy of the deceased.
A truly amazing grad school colleague of mine, Tiffany Kidd, was killed yesterday, when a man driving a truck slammed into her minivan with her and 4 of her little ones in it, just weeks away from delivering her sixth child (she was one of those moms who *should* have a pack of kids, she was so warm and wonderful and natural and affirming of their little spirits).She was a devoted wife, and a dedicated school counselor at St Pat’s in Maumee. She was funny and smart and kind and beautiful, and only 40 years old. Life is so bitterly unfair. If you pray or send vibes please send some peace to her children and husband and siblings and mom.Tonight I celebrate a life (2 lives) cut too short. Thanking the universe for the amazing people who touch our lives… and wondering why it seems that only the good die young. I’ll try and continue in her commitment to helping heal kids and families.Well done, Sister. Most people don’t accomplish half the good you did in just four decades. What a legacy you left behind. (*(Attached is the last pic she posted for her kids on her school counseling page…)