Tierney Kaufman Hutchins Death | Obituary – Society Editor at Park Cities People, Tierney Kaufman Hutchins passed away on Tuesday. Tierney Kaufman Hutchins was full of spirit and ambition, she contributed greatly to her community and society.
“I met this light 13 years ago, when I moved to Dallas and started my first job, which was atPeople Newspapers. That first year was rough. It was the end of 2007 going into 2008, a year in which we saw the greatest recession of my generation’s time (at least, that’s how we referred to it before March of this year), and those of us at the paper had just graduated with journalism degrees.
But this was also one of the best years. I met people who forever defined Dallas for me.
One of those people? Tierney, or TK (shorthand in the news biz for “To Come” ).
Just being in her presence made you feel like you were the most important, most interesting, and most beautiful person. She had a way of seeing through every situation, cutting it down to what it truly was, and explaining it to you with a dry wit. She was a connector who knew everybody and everything. She had an energy that few could aspire to.
She was larger than life.”
We express our sympathy and deepest condolences to Hutchins’s family today and in the days, weeks, months, and years that are to come as they cope with her passing. May her soul rest in peace.
Tierney Kaufman Hutchins, who was once the Society Editor at Park Cities People, passed away Tuesday. While her former coworkers and friends mourn her passing, we wanted to share a tribute from one of those friends and coworkers, Krista Nightengale.https://t.co/MF7DXD7F5L pic.twitter.com/6POPTKpibT
— Park Cities People (@pcpeople) July 16, 2020