Tiffany Marsh

...gone but not forgotten

   It is with great sadness I must share the loss of Tiffany Marsh. She passed away peacefully on December 3, 2016.

  Tiffany shared her positive energy with everyone around her. One could not help but share in her energy and bubbly personality when she walked into a room. In the short time today since learning of her passing, I have read so many remarkable stories from others about Tiffany. Her work as a counselor offered much healing and relief for so many. She was a successful business woman in working collaboratively with colleagues to establish and grow a thriving practice, Cornerstone Counseling. Tiffiany contributed so much to organizations such as Big Brothers Big Sisters. I would like to share a quote from Tiffany shared this morning. Tiffany was able to convince several members to contribute to a bowling tournament. "You don't have to be a good bowler to support Big Brothers Big Sisters!  Come on... What's a few hours of your time for a great cause!"  She was almost like Tom Sawyer who got Becky Thatcher to paint the fence!!! (Renee Bauer) I was also informed that Tiffany was a power house in that she was able to get things done at both the local and state level. Renee shared moving personal stories of Tiffany's influence as well.

Lewis and Clark Chapter will be sending a memorial token to Tiffany's Service. I regret not having the chance to know Tiffany better. She will be greatly missed. We know her passion and influence will live on in those she touched. Her family and friends are in our prayers.

Jennipher Vorhees

Lewis and Clark Chapter President


Who We Are

The Lewis and Clark Chapter of the Illinois Counseling Association is a not-for-profit organization of counseling and human development professionals, who work in education, health care, residential, private practice, community agency, government, and business industry settings.

Mission Statement

The mission of LCC is to enhance, encourage and promote professional counseling services to the communities we serve. Also, it serves to support the highest level of professional and ethical standards within the field of counseling.

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Jennipher Vorhees, President