Trina Elaine Miller

29 March , 19746 June , 2019

Trina Elaine Miller-Nathorst passed away on June 4, 2019 at Chilliwack, BC at the age of 45.

Trina left an empty place in many hearts when she was taken from us so suddenly. She will remain in our hearts forever. Trina lived her life passionately, always trying to help others along the way, bringing joy and love to herself and others.

Trina was born in Blairmore, Alberta on March 29, 1974, surrounded by her loving family.

A Celebration of Life Service will be held on Sunday, June 9, 2019 at The Loft - 45530 Spadina Ave., Chilliwack, BC. at 12:30 pm. In lieu of flowers donations in Trina's name may be made to the Salvation Army.


  • Celebration of Life Service Sunday, 9 June , 2019


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Wendy Graves

9 June 2019

I’m so sorry for our collective loss today. My heart breaks for the family, Trina was a beautiful human inside and out.

I met Trina as many of us did, because she was helping me.

No matter how destitute I became Trina was my saving grace here in Chilliwack. Clothes on my back, furniture, food, a loan, and love were never in short supply at Trina’s.

She is a model for us all. On true Grace. On giving without thought of return. On turning the other cheek again and again.

The amount of patience and kindness in Trina is unparalleled in anyone else I know. Till her last days, all she tried to do for me was be there and help. I loved her more than I can express.

I will never forget all she taught me and everything her and her family have given and given up to help others.

If I can be half the woman Trina was I will a great person.

Trina will forever be a role model for my daughter who never got the chance to meet Trina but will know her name forever.

Rest now in no pain my dear friend. We love you. Your beautiful children and grand babies are your legacy on earth. For that we are blessed. I’ll do what I can in your name and honour.

Love you forever. Look after Manny for me. I’m glad our last words were ones of love.