In Memory of

Tiffany

N

Sopher

(Millefoglie)

Obituary for Tiffany N Sopher (Millefoglie)

On the morning of January 19th, 2024, we lost one of the most beautiful souls you could have ever
known. Tiffany Sopher (Millefoglie) lost her battle with MS and passed peacefully in her sleep and
left behind this life to be with God. She is Survived by her husband, Randell Sopher; children, Ali-Jah (Leah) Chahrour, Francisco Alvarado Jr, Mercede Alvarado, Olincatl Bush, Elizbeth Byrd, Katelynn and Kristopher; grandchildren: Elena, Jupiter, Odysseus, Halo, Calypso, Everleigh, Emma, Asaiah and Elliot; Mother and Father In-Law Randell and Rosanna Sopher; brothers Anthony, Larry (Terri); Sisters In-Law Jenny (Gordan) Young and Melissa Sopher; nephew, Terrick. Also, her dog Bekki, who was like a child to her. She is preceded in death by her parents, Vicki Reed and Lawrence Millefoglie.

Tiffany was born on April 30th, 1975, in Mount Clemens, MI to Lawrence Millefoglie and Vicki Reed. Tiffany
had a love for life that could not be matched and was full of adventure. She was an adrenaline
junky and was always up for the next adventure that came her way. She never liked school from
the first day of kindergarten to the last day of high school and she had no problem letting you know
that. She knew the importance of education and taught her children to stick it out and do their best
regardless of how they felt about it. She worked many different jobs in her life, but there
was none she loved more than he love for photography. She did many graduations and weddings as well as professional photos for police departments in Indiana and much more. In 2019, she married Randall Sopher, who brought her immeasurable joy and love. Tiffany was kind, tenderhearted, funny and always a joy to be around. No matter the circumstance, she would always try to bring a smile to everyone's face, always had interesting ways of doing things while thinking outside of the box. One thing you could always count on was 1,000 pictures of whatever it was we were doing. It did not matter the circumstances, if she was with you, you were going to be photographed. Growing up with her as a
mom was something we would not change for the world. She instilled in all of us a lot of good things. She kept us in church and made sure we knew the most important thing in life was putting God first. She taught us manners and how to be outgoing. She felt like a friend when you needed her most and corrected us when we did wrong. To say she will be dearly missed is an understatement.

Visitation will be held on Saturday, January 27, 2024, from 10am until 12pm and a funeral will be held at 12pm at Redeemer Church in Roselawn, located at 5417 E State Road 10 DeMotte, IN with Pastor Joel Gilbert officiating. Internment will be at Roselawn Cemetery.