Tiffany Priscilla Cook was born to Cheryl Ann Cook and (the late) Tim Pervius on December 20, 1988 in Brooklyn, New York. She received her early education at P.S. 335 and later attended Boys & Girls High School. She also attended and completed Job Corps.
At an early age, Tiffany discovered a passion for singing and dancing. You would always hear her singing a tune. From 1998-2000, she attended dance training at “Arlene’s School of Dance”, and completed it by performing contemporary dance routines in an outstanding dance recital in front of a large audience.
Tiffany was nicknamed “Tiff” by family. She had a very bubbly and upbeat personality. She loved to laugh, joke around, and act silly in a fun-loving way. She was able to find humor in most situations. She had the ability to make people smile and laugh even when they felt like crying. Tiffany showed unconditional love and compassion for her family and friends.
We will miss her humor and her style. We will miss her laugh and her smile. But most of all, we will truly miss our one and only “Tiff”.
On Thursday, February 7, 2019, Tiffany was called home to her final resting place. She leaves to mourn and cherish her memory: her daughter Nia Cook; her step-daughter Aryana Phillips; her fiancé Jamal Phillips; her mother Cheryl A. Cook; her grandmother Lorraine Stewart; her grandfather Robert Wiatt; four sisters: Shareemah, Shateekah, Sharraine, and Kia; two brothers: David and Damon; three aunts: Pamela, Khadiyjah, and Diane; one uncle Lawrence; two nieces: Oriyana and Brook; a nephew Lionel; nine cousins: Robin, Carl, Kevin, Mike, Priscilla, Aneesah, Fatimah, Dieemah, and Naeemah; and a host of younger cousins.