Tiffany Yvonne Kozlowski

May 1, 1981January 1, 2021
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Tiffany Yvonne Kozlowski was a loving and devoted daughter, friend, cousin, and niece. She unfortunately passed away peacefully on January 1, 2021.

Tiffany was born in Portland, Oregon and lived all of her life in Hillsboro and the Beaverton area. She was born to Susan Whipple (Craig) and Ron Kozlowski and is survived by both, and survived by all immediate family.

She attended Brookwood Elementary, JB Thomas Middle School, and Hillsboro High School. After Graduating in 1999 she started work at Adidas in the mail room and then to receptionist and eventually wearing her mentor and friend Vince Jackson down, he gave her a chance in IT where she proved above and beyond her capabilities and her career soared from there. She worked at Adidas for 10 years as a Business Systems Analyst. She went on to work at Nike for 10 years, as Intermediate Business Analyst to Manager and Lead BSA. Lastly working 1 year with HealthSparq as a senior Business Analyst and moved to Agilea Solutions as a Senior Consultant. Quite a lot for a short life.

Tiffany is best remembered for her kind heart, helping hand, and selflessness and willing to help anyone in need.. Her life may have been too short, but it was lived to the fullest. Her service is January 14, 2021 at 1:00 PM however due to covid restrictions it is limited to immediate family only. There will be a celebration of life at a later day when we no longer have to deal with this awful pandemic. We will try and stream her service online and information will follow with that. In Lieu of flowers please give to the animals, such as the Humane Society, any organization for them she would greatly appreciate it. She would say... Remember me fondly.. don't shed too many tears, I love you all greatly and will be hugging you from afar.


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Vincent Jackson

January 13, 2021

It is a bit difficult grasping that Tiffany is no longer with us. Being her friend and mentor early in her career will always be a great honor. It was mutual as I learned just as much from her. Her passion, attitude and commitment were contagious. Her friendship was permanent, regardless of distance or duration between connecting, it was always like we were chatting the day before. Tiffany, you will be missed. Thanks for being an incredible person and friend!

Ken Reigle

January 12, 2021

Tiffany was an amazing work colleague and later a wonderful friend. She was so authentic and caring, always volunteering to do things for others, regardless of what was happening in her life. She helped me get through some rough times, and I am forever grateful to have been a part of her life.

Chela Wallace

January 12, 2021

I worked with Tiff for about a year at HealthSparq, where she was a dynamo, one of the most upbeat people I've known, always willing to help and simply a LOT of fun to work with (great sense of humor). We kept in touch after I was laid off, and she was always supportive and encouraging, making sure I was doing OK. We'd made plans to get together after the pandemic, and I so wish we'd been able to make that happen.

My heartfelt condolences to her family and friends. I will always remember Tiffany as a beautiful, warm, and loving soul.

Connie Williams

January 12, 2021

Tiffany helped me throughout my recovery and getting a handle on my mental health. I will forever be grateful she came into my life years ago. I appreciate her kind hearted soul. I miss her terribly. Gone too sok my friend. I love you girl. We shall meet again.

Rachel Borgeson

January 11, 2021

I worked with Tiff briefly at HealthSparq and will always remember the kindness she extended to me after I was laid off in early 2020. She had already left the company and we weren’t close colleagues. She reached out and offered support and we kept in touch over the last year. She was patient and generous and honest. We talked about meeting up after the pandemic and i so wish we had gotten the chance to really become friends. I extend my deepest condolences to her family and friends, she made a positive impact on my life during a really dark time and I’ll always remember her fondly for that.

Lisa Kiehl

January 10, 2021

I have so many memories with Tiffany. Chasing her around when we were kids (I was about 6) calling her mommy, her and Sarah coming to Texas when we first moved to Austin. Dancing and laughing with her and my sister wedding. I was lucky to spend a week with her when I was able to visit Oregon a few years ago. She took me all around the old neighborhood, went downtown on the Max, and took a nice road trip to St. Helens. I will never forget your smile, your laugh, but most of all I’ll never forget you and all the love you put out into this world.

Ben Frick

January 8, 2021

I worked with Tiff at Nike starting in 2007, when we were both freshly-hired systems analysts. I admired how competent and assertive she was and how she didn’t let anyone stand in her way. After our coworker Barry got laid off in 2009, Tiff was a good and kind friend to him then, and later through his fight with brain cancer, to which he ultimately succumbed. After Barry’s passing, she continued to support his partner with her friendship. That says a lot to me about what kind of person Tiff was, and how much of a HUGE heart she had. That’s how I’ll choose to remember her.
RIP Tiff,

Lea Pang

January 7, 2021

I first met Tiff when we both worked at Swoosh. I had just returned to work after leave and we sat across from each other. We talked and laughed about so many random things and have so many stories that would seem unbelievable to anyone else. This carried forward throughout our friendship.

Tiff had the biggest heart and always checked in with her friends to make sure they were doing OK. She was always there to lend an ear and then tell you what she thought - straight up.

I miss my dear friend.
Rest In Peace, Tiff. ❤️💛💚🦖

Chelsey Davis

January 7, 2021

Such fond memories of you, Tiff. You will be missed. xoxo

Shannon Grayson

January 7, 2021