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 Jobâs 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.