Tiffany Steuber

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Tiffany Steuber
Born
Tiffany McKeeman

(1977-07-17) July 17, 1977 (age 42)
Team
Curling club Thistle CC,
Edmonton, AB
Skip Lindsay Makichuk
Third Jennifer Van Wieren
Second Jen Person
Lead Tiffany Steuber
Alternate Melissa Pierce

Tiffany Steuber (born July 17, 1977 in Grande Prairie, Alberta as Tiffany McKeeman) is a Canadian curler from Parkland County. [1]

Steuber's first World Curling Tour event came in 2008 at the Red Deer Curling Classic. Steuber skipped her own team that season before moving to play third for Karallee Swabb in 2009. She would only play in one event that season before forming her own team again in 2010.

Steuber won her first Tour event at the 2012 Spruce Grove Cashspiel over Holly Whyte. After skipping for three seasons, Steuber dissolved her team and joined with Kaufman in 2013. As a member of the Kaufman rink, Steuber won the 2013 Avonair Cash Spiel.

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References

  1. "Curling Alberta".