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Tiffany Ann Schenck-Lewis

August 1, 1972 — December 12, 2021

Tiffany Ann Schenck-Lewis

Tiffany Ann Schenck-Lewis, 49, of Hominy, Oklahoma passed away unexpectedly on December 12, 2021 at Hillcrest Hospital. The family is deeply saddened by her sudden death. She was born August 1,1972 to Christopher and Linda Schenck (Clark) at Saint Francis Hospital in Tulsa, Oklahoma. She was a lifelong member of the Hominy Nazarene Church. She loved reading her bible and talking about scripture.
Tiffany attended Hominy Public Schools from kindergarten through high school. Tiffany enjoyed ballet, dance, home economics, and art class. Tiffany had many talents. She liked sewing and doing crafts with her children and grandchildren. She worked for Rexall drug during high school then decided to get her CNA and was employed by Cleveland Manor. She loved taking care of her residents. She became a mother at the age of 21 and became a stay-at-home parent up until the last year of her life when she found her calling. She told her family she loved finding treasures and that she was now a Professional Dumpster Diver. And she was serious about it. She loved finding treasures and gifting them to her friends and family.
Tiffany never met a stranger and treated you like a best friend from the first time meeting you. Her humor was so funny you never knew what was going to come out of her mouth.Tiffany always joked with her brother about being his favorite sister. She was a straight shooter but most of all she was loving. She loved her family and friends and never left without saying "I love you". Her family will miss her but have peace knowing she is in heaven with her family and best friend that went before her.

Survivors are her 8 children Chanlyer Schenck of Hominy, Oklahoma, Vernon Shacklefoot of Hominy, Oklahoma, Carson Shacklefoot of Bartlesville, Oklahoma, Cydnee Shacklefoot of Pawhuska, Oklahoma, Trinidy VanZandt, Timber VanZandt,and Kobe VanZandt of Broken Arrow, Oklahoma, Isabella Lewis of Cleveland Oklahoma. Grandchildren William VanZandt, Jayvier Shacklefoot, Braelynn Shea, Tabias VanZandt and Kingston Shacklefoot. Sister Natasha Venable of Cleveland, Oklahoma, Brother Larett Collier of Hominy, Oklahoma Mother Linda Collier of Hominy, Oklahoma, Grandmother Clarabell Clark of Hominy, Oklahoma, Aunt Sandra and Uncle Carl Brown of Hominy, Oklahoma, Aunt Dorothy and Uncle Darryl Schenck of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Uncle David Lower of Arizona, Niece Sadie Schenck of Mannford, Oklahoma, Niece Abigail Schenck of Cleveland, Oklahoma, Nephew Connor Venable of Cleveland, Oklahoma, Nephew Landon Christensen II of Cleveland, Oklahoma.

Preceded in death is her loving Grandfather Charles Clark, infant son Landon Anthony Schenck, Father Christopher Schenck, Aunt Sherri Lower, Stepfather Brent Collier and her best friend and soul sister Robin Reed.

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