Obituary: Tiffani Amber Lindlar, 18, of South Brunswick - New York News

Obituary: Tiffani Amber Lindlar, 18, of South Brunswick

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Miss Tiffani Amber Lindlar, 18, of the Dayton section of South Brunswick Township, died Friday, July 4, 2014, at her home with her family by her side.

Born in New Brunswick, Tiffani grew up in Keansburg, NJ and had been a resident of Dayton for the past 1 and 1/2 years. [Editor's note: Read her story on GoFundMe.com]

A recent graduate of South Brunswick Township High School, Tiffani dreamed of going on to the Culinary Institute of America. She was always smiling and enjoyed laughing with family and friends. Tiffani was a member of the Middlesex County 4-H Club and enjoyed going to the Jersey shore.

Surviving are her parents, Ernest G. & Victoria (Davis) Lindlar with whom she lived; her brothers, Daniel & James Lindlar; her grandparents, Marie Davis of Snowflake, Arizona, Ernie Lindlar of Ohio, Kathleen Waterson of Pennsylvania; and several aunts, uncles and cousins.

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 By: Christina Johnson (Patch Editor)

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