Tanya Karino Morton, 36, went to heaven on December 19, 2021.
She was born in Seattle, Washington on November 22, 1985 to Thresa McCurdy and Charles Morton. Tanya was raised in Renton, Washington and attended Lindbergh High School. She has been a resident of Fort Pierce, Florida for the past year and a half, coming from Anna, Texas.
Tanya worked as a veterinary technician for 20 years and most recently worked for Treasure Coast Animal Emergency & Specialty Hospital in Vero Beach, FL.
She is survived by her children, Anthony Morton and Devin Diggins of Anna, Texas; mother and stepfather, Thresa and Glenn McCurdy of Vero Beach; father and stepmother, Charles and Victoria Morton of Seattle, Washington; sister and brother-in-law, Crystal and Jon Cochran of Washington; brother and sister-in-law, Charles and Krystal Morton, Jr. of North Carolina and grandparents, Patricia Keith, Sayoko Morton and Jan McCurdy.
At the request of the family, services will be private.
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