Tiffany Dawne Herrmann

Jan 13, 1952 - Oct 27, 2022

East Lawn Mortuary
5757 Greenback Lane
95841, CA, 95841

Obituary

Tiffany Manges Herrmann passed in her sleep on October 27, 2022 peacefully after living with a long chronic illness.

She was born on January 13, 1952 to Beverly Nelsen Manges and Raymond Francis Manges in Vallejo California.

Tiffany graduated from Hogan High School in 1970.  The graduation ceremony was at Corbus Field.  During the graduation ceremony jets flew over as Tiffany was giving one of the graduation speeches, she kept raising her voice to be heard.

Tiffany was a member of Jobโ€™s Daughters and was elected on December 20, 1969 to become the 44th Honored Queen for Bethel 180 and serve a six-month term. Coincidently her mother was the first honored Queen for this international order.

Tiffany graduated from Solano College in 1972.  The same year, she married Robert James Herrmann on August 27. They honeymooned at Disneyland and lived in a fantasyland ever since. They were married for over 50 years. They raised four children:  Holly Kosiewicz, Matthew, Timothy and Carter.  Tiffany is also survived by many cousins and lifelong close friends. 

Tiffany was involved in her local community and was a volunteer for many activities such as PTA president, and many school fundraisers.  She decided it was time to go back to work and started her State career in August 1988.  Tiffany worked at Cal Fire until both she and Robert walked out the door at the end of 2004 and retired early in 2005.  They had the opportunity to sail into retirement and visit many of the wonders of the world.

Guestbook

  • Patty Fugami says:

    I hadn’t known that Tiffany was an honored Queen but it’s a befitting title for her. She was petite but strong as a rock. She cared about her family and friends. She was kind and fun-loving. She never bragged. She never carried a malicious or snarky attitude. She loved. She comforted. She was open and generous. She and Bobby were indeed a match made in Heaven. Their love was and is one of eternity. She was indeed a Queen in all senses. And her presence is missed. In this time of sorrow, there is joy in having known her.

  • Patricia Graham-Anderson says:

    I’m glad I knew Tiffany from high school.
    Nothing negative could ever be said of her.
    I always knew her and Bob were meant to be together.!!
    And they had 50 years of life together.
    And they created a lovely family a long the way.
    Tiffany and Bob will be reunited once again, when the time is right.
    ๐ŸŒน๐Ÿ’–๐Ÿ™๐Ÿ™๐Ÿ’–๐ŸŒน

  • Jim Robinson says:

    Tiffany was a wonderful person and a shining star of our class at Hogan. I was blessed to have known her and will always have fond memories.

  • Mary Yaconelli says:

    Tiffany and Bob were neighbors for 10 years when the kids were young. She always had a smile on her face even when keeping up with 4 children!

  • Lynette Macrae Scharlach says:

    Tiffany was one of the sweetest people I have ever met. She was so kind to me when I started Springstowne Junior High after moving to Vallejo from Oakland. She and Bob are the couple we all should model our relationships after. She will be missed by all that knew her. My heart goes out to her family. May her memory always be a blessing.

  • Terri Woodruff says:

    I met Tiffany as a young girl. Out fathers were in the 20/30 club. I remember out
    R families spending time together playing games and summers at Tahoe. She and her sister Kimberly has the mist beautiful long hair. We reunited at her Dads 70th surprise birthday party and kept in touch thru Facebook and phone calls until she be came ill. Thank you Bob for keeping me update. I will always remember The Manges family and great full to have known Tiffany. You all are in my thoughts and prayers.

  • Dorothy Trolinder says:

    I remember Tiffany fondly from Hogan and Jobโ€™s Daughters. Rest well, my sister, you have lived well.

  • Dianne McKasson says:

    God blessed each and every one of us when Tiffany can into our lives. She was the epidemy of how we should live. Always a smile and willing to lend a hand where needed. Her shining star has gone out only to shine in a brighter place. Tiffany will always be remembered and miss.

  • Alice Smith says:

    Tiffany is definitely remembered with a sweet kind heart. I knew her from Jobโ€™s Daughters as well as high school! She will be missed!

  • Lorraine says:

    So Very Sad to Hear of Tiffany’s Passing Condolences to Her Family RIP Tiffany ๐Ÿ™ ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿ™๐Ÿ™๐Ÿ™๐Ÿ™

  • Kandy Mattes says:

    Iโ€™m deeply saddened to hear the news of Tiffanyโ€™s passing. She was one of the nicest people Iโ€™ve ever met and will always be remembered for her kind nature and warmth. Thoughts and prayers go out to her family.

  • Patricia Chiono says:

    Always kind. Always considerate. The oldest of the Manges kids. My neighbor since I was nine. A fellow student and one of the few girls in the neighborhood. Smart, intelligent, determined and hardworking. An exceptional student and an amazingly positive person that worked hard to keep our class together long after our graduation. She found her ultimate calling and happiness with Bobby and her children. Rest in peace Tiffany.
    I will always miss your smile, your kind words, and your sincere interest in our ever changing lives.

  • Beth Roades Palmeroni says:

    Tiffany was such a sweet friend, amazing & caring beautiful soul & woman. She always brightened up a room when she walked in anywhere. I enjoyed talking with her. I am honored to have been with her in Job’s Daughters while she was Honored Queen. I am happy to have had a chance to get together with her & her sister Kim a few years ago along with my Mom Midgy Roades, sister Lea Marshelle Avent & niece Esther. We all had a wonderful time catching up & seeing each other. Tiffany will be missed by many, she touched the hearts of a lot of people.
    R.I.P. dear friend Tiffany. Prayers & Hugs to you & your family.

  • Jenny Leung says:

    On this Thanksgiving Day I am very thankful to have known Tiffany since Kindergarten as classmates. Our special friendship developed over the years, that included Bob who always made us smile ๐Ÿ˜ƒ and still making us smile. Although Tiffany will be missed, she will forever remain in my thoughts and heart. To our dear Tiffany, thank you for being you and truly being the kind and caring person that you were and always made everyone around you feel specialโ€ฆyou made me feel special ๐Ÿฅฐ.

  • Erin says:

    Tiffany Diamond Dawne. Beyond special. Beyond unique. One Tiffany diamond refined, one in a million. She shines brightly now in the eastern sky seen and rembered best when the sky is crisp and clear. She takes her place above sowing diamonds that fall into our hearts and memories, enriching our lives just because she is a true, kind and caring human being. She remains an honored Queen ๐Ÿ‘‘๐ŸŒ Shine On Tiffany! You are dearly loved๐Ÿ™

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