Whitney was twenty-three when she left this earthly world but in those twenty-three short years she lived with passion. There were no red lights for our daughter. She lived each moment with exuberance and brought light and laughter to those who knew her and even those that did not.
Whitney did most of her growing up in southwest Orlando. She attended Bishop Moore High School and then on to Florida State for a year and a half. Her love and passion for the beauty industry took control and she moved back to Orlando to attend Paul Mitchell, The School. She earned her “scissors” under the tutorial of Scott Ball at The Cut and Color Room. She was talented and had a special touch with her clients. It was a shear joy to watch.
She had passion for all people no matter what their walks of life. She was passionate for those in need, particularly children and families.
We have thought of Whitney as a firefly. She would instantly appear with her shining light and as quickly as she appeared she was gone, impossible to catch.
We believe that Whitney’s light will continue to shine for years to come through her foundation. We hope that you also will share that light.