Tiffini Lynn Hultgren, 31, was born December 6th 1991 in Pontiac, Michigan. The daughter of Todd and Jody Jaquette. She was married to Brett Hultgren on April 6th, 2017. Tiffini graduated from Andover High School in Andover, Kansas 2010.
She was a cosmetologist at Great Clips in Jensen Beach, Florida. Tiffini loved spending her time with her niece and nephews. She enjoyed being with friends, spending time outside and taking care of her animals.
Tiffini is survived by her husband, Brett Hultgren. Her parents: Todd Jaquette, Jody Freeman-Hoffmann (Jeff); in-laws: Steve Hultgren, Jamie Curry; sister: LeAnne Exelby (David); nephews: Seth and Evan Exelby; niece: Vada Exelby; sister-in-laws: Amanda Parks (Daniel) and Jessica Hultgren; nieces and nephews Brycen, Kelsey, Graham, and Loren Parks. Grandparent; Norma Hultgren. She is also survived by many aunts, uncles, cousins and friends.
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