Tiffany Dawn Sanchez (Riffle), 37, of Charleston WV passed away on December 27, 2021 after a long illness due to complications from Covid-19.
Tiffany was born on September 13th to Earnest and Donna Riffle in Sutton WV. Tiffany was a 2001 Braxton County graduate. Tiffany participated in many extracurricular activities in school including: cheerleading, track, wrestling, and FFA. She excelled at debate, although she was not an official member of any team.
Tiffany attended Salem-Tokyo College and was a phlebotomist by profession. Tiffany enjoyed sticking it to people so she was able to fulfill her favorite past time with getting paid as a bonus.
Tiffany loved to spend time with friends and family. Often you would find her on a river bank or beach soaking up the sun. Tiffany loved to travel and visited many states as well as several countries. Tiffany was an avid sewer and baker. Tiffany’s home was always filled with the welcoming scents of either food or booze. Tiffany was great at: dyeing her blonde roots, petting her dog, dirty jokes, sewing, fishing, and rolling joints.
Tiffany was predeceased in death by her mother Donna Wimer. She is survived by her dog Shadow, husband Cosme Sanchez of Charleston, grandparents Kenneth and Dottie Riffle of Sutton, father Earnest Riffle of Sutton, sister Betsy Coulter of Sutton, sister Brittany Anilao (Brett) of Lexington South Carolina, nephews and nieces: Lu, Lanah, Laurel, Lyra, and Laric Anilao of Lexington South Carolina.
Keeping with Tiffany’s wishes she was cremated. A Celebration of Tiffany’s life will he be held at a later date.
Delmas L. Conard, 76, of Freedom Twp., passed away on Thursday, January 6, 2022. He was born on February 8, 1945, in Exchange, W.V., to the late Glen R. and Myrl M. (nee Nicholson) Conard.
He retired as an auto mechanic for Portage County in Ohio. Delmas enjoyed working on anything with a motor and especially enjoyed spending time with his family.
Delmas will be deeply missed by his loving wife, Sheila, with whom he was blessed to share 45 years of marriage; children, Rebecca (David) Armstrong, Tina Conard, Delmas Conard, Jr., April Conard, and Crystal Conard; grandchildren, Chelsea (Candace) Rosado, Ryan Armstrong, and Noah Conard; brothers, Blain Conard, Donnie (Valerie) Conard, and Ronnie (Jill) Conard, and nephews, nieces, and friends he has made along the way.
He was preceded in death by his parents; precious daughter, Pearlie Conard, and his baby sister, Donna Jean.
Delmas wished to be cremated and buried in West Virginia in his family cemetery. All services for Delmas are private and were entrusted to Mallory-DeHaven-Carlson Funeral Home & Cremation Services, 8382 Center St., Garrettsville, OH, 44231. For online condolences, go to www.carlsonfuneralhomes.com.