Tiffany Marie Sparks

February 2, 1976August 5, 2018

Tiffany Sparks

Memorial Celebration of Life Service for Tiffany Marie Spraks 42, are set for 2:00 p.m. Saturday at Living Free Ministries with Bro. Tommy Wilson officiating.

Family will receive friends Saturday from 1:00 to service time at Living Free.

Tiffany died August 5, 2018 at her residence. She was born February 2, 1976 in Camp Lejeune, N.C. to Steven and Christine Bean. She received her Sociology Degree from Univ. of Central Florida. She was employed with Kroger, was a lifetime member of JA of Corinth. She enjoyed spending time with her girls, doing Girl Scout, dance, gymnastics, sports; she also enjoyed the outdoors, the beach and spending time with her family.

She is survived by her daughters, Ashley Marie Sparks, Kelsey Anne Sparks, Jocelyn Nicole Sparks; mother, Christine Bean; father, Steven Bean (Beth); great grandmother, Barbara Munn; sisters, Shannon Sullins (Joey), Courtney Williams (Joel);nieces and nephews, Lola Jane Sullins, Maddox Quinn Sullins, Isla Rose Sullins, Addison Elise Williams, Kaitlyn Renae Williams, Britton Andie Williams; aunts, Karen Hoskins (Ed), Carol Schwenk (Carl); uncle, Douglas Sather (Sandie); cousins, Jillian Elleby (Chase), Lisa Schwenk; host of other family and friends.

In lieu of flowers, memorial may be made to Living Free Ministries P.O. Box 224 Corinth, MS. 38835.

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Arrangements are under the care of Memorial Funeral Home.


  • Celebration of Life Service Saturday, August 11, 2018
  • Family and Friends Gathering Saturday, August 11, 2018

Tiffany Marie Sparks

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Tammy Baggett & hall

August 11, 2018

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Paula Dixon

August 10, 2018

I spent many hours with Tiffany at Turning Pointe Dance Academy...we were both very active dance moms and we worked together at nutcracker each year and traveled to dance competitions. She loved her daughters so much and she was so supportive of them . She was a wonderful mother and a good friend. She was so willing to help backstage when I was assistant director of the nutcracker and she treated all the dancers so special and greeted them with a smile and encouragement. I hope her three daughters always remember that she loved them so very much and she was So involved with their activities and always helpful and most of all she was very proud to be their mother !!!!
I know she will be their guardian angel watching over them and cheering them on throughout their lives.
My heart goes out to all of her family and friends and my prayers are with her daughters.
I am thankful to have known Tiffany and proud to call her my friend.

Crystal Sweeney

August 10, 2018

Tiffany was a loving mother and a devoted friend . She lit up every time she saw someone and would follow the huge smile up with an enthusiastic hug . Even after her daughters were unable to dance she came and helped at Nutcracker . But of course her favorite thing to do was see her girls shine. I think she cried every single time they performed . Our world will be a little dimmer from her passing

Susan Clemmer

August 9, 2018

I live in Phoenix, Arizona, however, I got to keep in touch with Tiffany and the girls via Facebook. I really appreciated her posts. What I truly admired most about her was the fact that every year since her and my cousin Randy were together, and even after their divorce, she continually sent Christmas cards to me. I have every card she has sent. My heart goes out to her daughters( my beautiful second cousins) and family.
God be with you all through this difficult time.
Susan Clemmer

Richard and Sheryl Sparks

August 9, 2018

Bean family:

Our condolences on Tiffany's passing. We know it is hard to lose a loved one. We will comfort those in our care as much as we possibly can.

Richard and Sheryl Sparks