BY KYLIE MORRIS
Tiffany Woodley’s family would like you to remember her as she was in life, not as another statistic of family violence. Remember that she was a high achiever at school. She worked in a pharmacy. That she loved her kids, fiercely. That she was fun, a good neighbour, who liked to dress up and go out. Her aunt, Rosalie Kickett, says, “We need to keep that memory of her – that zeal she had for life. We need that zeal for us, to keep going.”
– Rosalie Kickett, Tiffany Woodley’s aunt
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