Mr. Norman Vincent Tuff

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Graveside services for Mr. Norman Vincent Tuff, Sr. were held on Saturday, December 2, 2017 at 2:30 P.M. at Champ Waters Cemetery in Montezuma, Georgia with Minister James Harrison and Pastor Jerry Sanders officiating.

Mr. Norman Vincent Tuff, Sr. was born to David Tuff, Jr. and Mildred Harrison Tuff on January 21, 1966 in Montezuma, Georgia. Norman acquired his education in the public schools of Macon County. He departed this life on November 20, 2017 in Kyle, Texas. He was preceded in death by his parents and brother, John A. Tuff.

Cherished memories are left with his wife, Lisa C. Tuff; children: Myeshia Tuff of Atlanta, Georgia, Shontay and Norman Tuff, Jr. of Austin Texas; grandchildren: Dontrey and Mari Tuff of Austin, Texas; stepdaughters: Kiswanda Williams and Diandria Sanders of Montezuma, Georgia and Tiara Sanders of Atlanta, Georgia; step grandchildren: Sequoya, Brandon and Kemya Williams and A’lasia Sanders of Montezuma, Georgia and D’Royveon Clark of Atlanta, Georgia; sisters and brothers: Rose Marie (Marvin) Brown, Wayne Tuff, Keith Tuff and Malcolm (Barbara Renee) Harris of Montezuma, Georgia, David Tuff, Delois (Glenn) Tuff-Bivens and Shirley (Willie) Tuff-Wilson of Miami, Florida and Mamie Ann (Amos) Keith of Manor, Texas; aunts and uncles: James Thomas and Jessie Bell Spivey of Byromville, Georgia, Ulysses and Zettie Mae Hankerson, Douglass Harrison, Mary Liza Harrison and Bobby Harrison of Montezuma, Georgia, Carrie Mae Vines of Newark, New Jersey, and Charles and Geraldine Harrison of Tampa, Florida; father-in-law, Thomas (Liza) Sanders of Montezuma, Georgia; brothers-in-law and sisters-in-law: Ronnie Smith, Antoine Sanders, Thomas (Dorothy) Oliver, Angela (Willie Joe) Mathis, and Tonya Sanders of Montezuma, Georgia and Pastor Jerry (Brittany) Sanders of Americus, Georgia; a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, other loving relatives and friends.



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