In Loving Memory of Shanda Miller (March 1985 - July 2023)
Shanda Miller, a cherished daughter, sister, aunt, and mother, passed away on July 9th, 2023, leaving behind a profound sense of loss and sorrow. Her life was a journey of love, growth, and connection, though it also bore the weight of life challenges.
Shanda's caring nature extended to her family; her parents Troy Miller and Tanis Pellegrino; her children: Jayden Lee Hale, Chad Jesse Hale Jr. and Julian Patrick Hale; her siblings: Troy K. Miller, Kaycee J. Miller, Trevor K. Miller, Gage S. Miller, Brian DuRain and Daniel Pellegrino; her aunts: Susan J. Gill, Lynda D. Folkman and Karen D. Clark; her uncle James P. DuRain and Cousin Brock DuRain.
Born in March 1985, Shanda's heart was forever tied to her three sons: Jayden, Chad, And Julian; her love for them was undeniable. She wished for nothing more than their happiness and well-being. Her spirit of unconditional love and protection always lingered. Despite any challenges they may have faced, her love will forever be a guiding force in their lives.
Growing up in New York and Utah, Shanda's experiences shaped her into a caring individual who valued her family bonds. Her journey brought her both joys and trials, and she navigated life's ups and downs with strength and resilience.
Shanda will be remembered for being a spontaneous and gentle, yet tenacious woman. Shanda's kindness and selflessness touched the lives of many. She was known for her genuine smile, her willingness to lend a helping hand, and her ability to bring comfort to those in need. Her positive impact on the lives of others will forever be treasured.
During this time of grief, let us find solace in the love we shared with Shanda and in the understanding that life's path can be complex and difficult to navigate. May she find peace, and may her memory be a source of healing and reconciliation for her loved ones. Let us remember her as the daughter, sister, friend, and loved one she was, and hold her memory close to our hearts.
Today, we gather not only to mourn the loss of Shanda but also to celebrate the imprint she left on our lives. We remember her as a symbol of love, resilience, and the enduring power of family bonds. Her absence serves as a poignant reminder of the importance of cherishing every moment and expressing our lives to those dear to us.