Ola Mae Roberson Tiffee Brown

Ola Mae Roberson Tiffee Brown passed away October 16, 2022. She was born on February 2, 1932, to Herbert and Curtis (England) Roberson in Hale County, Texas near Plainview.

The family moved to Lamb County where Ola Mae attended school at Amherst, graduating in 1949. She married James Lewis (Pete) Tiffee in 1952 and they had three children. After Pete’s sudden death in 1962, Ola Mae and the children moved to Amarillo. She worked long and hard at various jobs, finally retiring from the work she loved best, the US Postal Service.

Ola was preceded in death by her husband; her parents; a son Jimmy Harold Tiffee; a daughter Margie Mae Nation; a son-in-law Robert Nation; a grandson Bobby Nation; a brother Harold H. Roberson; a sister-in-law Joyce Roberson, and brother-in-law Billy Griffin.

She is survived by one son, James L. Tiffee; five grandchildren, James Pete Tiffee and wife Brooke, Susan Reid and husband Scott, Tiffee Flowers and husband Shane, Michael Tiffee and partner Michelle, and Nathan Navaro and wife Juliana; eleven great-grandchildren, Madison and partner Timothy, Maeleigh, Tahlia, Christopher, Tyler and wife Emily, Kylee and partner Julian, Macee, Kinsey, Nolan, Vera, and Micah, and three great-great-grandchildren, Sawyer, Marilla, and Aria. She is also survived by two GREAT sisters, Mary Jo Griffin, and Dora Bass and husband Jimmie; a daughter-in-law, Gae Tiffee, and numerous nieces, nephews and many friends.

Services will be held at 9:30 a.m., on Sunday, November 20, 2022, at Memorial Park, NW corner. Contact the family for additional details.


  1. James

    Hardest working mom ever!!!!
    Put food on the table, taught life lessons, fill the part of mom and dad. Will be missed in so many ways. SHE NEVER QUIT!

  2. June Heim

    Ola Mae was a sweet cousin to me! I spoke with her a couple of weeks before she died, and on March 3, my Momma’s birthday, she called me and said that since she could no longer call Momma on her birthday, she wanted to call me and tell me that she was proud to have been named for my Momma! And what an excellent memory! She remembered things from my teen years, and was sharp as a tack about most everything! I know she worked hard, loved her family and her Lord, and she will be greatly missed in the big Roberson family! With love to James, Mary Jo and Dora Faye, and all the family! ?

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