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Tiffany Azalea Monceaux

October 15, 1991 ~ April 2, 2024

Tiffany Azalea Monceaux of Lake Charles passed away suddenly at home on April 2nd of 2024. She was born in Houston, Texas on October 15, 1991 to Sally Anne (nee Kimmell) and Tracy G. Monceaux. Her big brother, Aaron, was thrilled at her arrival and couldn’t wait for her to get big enough to play.

She is remembered for her unconditional love for her friends and family, for her intelligence and hard work, and for her willingness to help others. She earned her RN in 2023, and she worked at St. Patrick’s Hospital in Lake Charles where she was known for going above and beyond to help her patients.

She began her transgender journey several years ago, and those who knew and loved her were proud of her identity and saw the peace and confidence it brought her.

She was preceded in death by her grandparents and by her father. She is survived by her mother Sally Monceaux of New York, by her big brother Aaron (Tara) Kimmell of Texas, and by her partner Steffan Saunders of Lake Charles.

In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to The Trevor Project (thetrevorproject.org) or local LGTBQ groups.

Private services will be held at a later date.

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  1. I always enjoyed working with you. You were always a bright light in so many people’s darkness. I’m honored to of known you as a coworker and a friend. I know you are at peace now, the peace, calm and serenity you waited a lifetime for. Love you always, Becky

  2. Tiffany, it was so refreshing to work with someone like you who enjoyed their work without complaining, and who brought such a positive vibe to our work place. You were much younger than me but you silently taught me. You will never be forgotten. And your family and friends are in my prayers…. Kasie Stanley

    • Candle 4Tiffany, your presence always lit up the room. You always brought joy, peace, and always kept a smile on your face at work. Every time we seen each to give report we always joked around. You will always be remembered for your amazing spirit and heart and you will be missed. My love and prayers are with your family and friends during this difficult time. – Michala Chapman

  3. Candle 8I miss you. You were a bright light in a gloomy world. No one was surprised that you’d become someone who helped save lives.

  4. I didn’t know you well but we did have a few interactions at work. You were so sweet and inquisitive! Your passing is a loss to the St. Patrick Hospital Community!

  5. Tiffany was my nurse while I was in the hospital an she was amazing we hit it off right away
    When I got discharged i told her i hope we run into each other. Rest in peace 🙏

  6. Candle 5I always wanted to meet you. You were a beautiful person and gone way too soon ❤️ a distant admirer

  7. Candle 4My heart aches with you gone. But I know you wouldn’t want that. You were a shining light in my heart. You brightened my days. I will miss our talks and laughter.

    Love you bunches!
    Mom


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