McEwen Funeral Service-Pineville Chapel

10500 Park Road, Charlotte, NC


Sarah Elizabeth Walker Miranda

August 6, 1988August 10, 2019
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Sarah Elizabeth Walker Miranda was welcomed into God's heavenly home on August 10, 2019.

Sarah was born on August 6, 1988 in Denver, Colorado to Wynn and Linda Walker. Sarah loved experiencing life and always loved adventure. She loved snowboarding, hunting and fishing, swimming, enjoying Panther games with her husband and being a wonderful Mom to her two precious boys, Lucas and Grayson. Sarah's smile and laughter would light up any room and she brought love and joy to all who knew her.

Sarah's life would seem too short to many, but those who were touched by her, understood that the quality of existence far exceeds the quantity in which one lives.

Sarah graduated from South Meck High School, Appalachian State with a degree in Health Communications and Biology and then graduated with Honors from Queens College of Nursing. Sarah was an Operating Room Nurse at Atrium Health.

Sarah met the love of her life, her husband Chris Miranda, on New Year's Eve in 2011. After that first encounter, she knew she had met her soulmate. Sarah came home and told her parents she met the man she was going to marry. Sarah and Chris were married on May 23, 2014 on Folly Beach. Sarah was always happiest when she was with Chris, Lucas and Grayson or as Sarah lovingly called them, "My 3 boys."

Sarah leaves behind to cherish her memory her loving husband, Chris, her precious sons, Lucas and Grayson; her parents Linda and Wynn Walker; brother Chris Walker; in-laws Iris and Jerry Holden; sister-in-law Cristina Dillion and her husband Jeffrey; and grandparents Louise and Bill Hofer. Sarah is also survived by her aunts and uncles Willow and Phillip Rockecharlie, Wendy and Greg Wylie, Kelly and Shirley Pinkelton and many cousins and close friends, all of whom she loved deeply. Sarah was preceded in death by her grandparents Bill Walker, Betty Walker, Norman Pinkelton and her adored aunt, Jan Land.

Sarah lived a life full of love and compassion. Sarah's faith in her heavenly father was deep and true and we know that she is resting in the arms of our Savior and Lord and we take comfort in knowing that we will have a glorious heavenly reunion one day.

A service to celebrate Sarah's life will be held on Friday, August 16, 2019 at McEwen Pineville Chapel, 10500 Park Road, Charlotte, NC 28210 at 12 noon, with the family receiving friends beginning at 11 am.

On-line condolences may be shared at www.mcewenpinevillechapel.com.


  • Visitation Friday, August 16, 2019
  • Funeral Service Friday, August 16, 2019


Sarah Elizabeth Walker Miranda

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Danny Love

August 19, 2019

Wynn, Linda and family..may God wrap his loving hands around you during this time. Praying for you all.

Paul Bruce

August 16, 2019

Wynn and Linda, we send our love and prayers for you both and all the Walkers. We were so sorry to learn about Sarah.
Paul, Sue and Joe Bruce

The Klatt Family Klatt

August 16, 2019

Our favorite family memory each year for the past 20 or so years is made at the Wylie Campathon. We saw Sarah grow from a little girl into a beautiful woman and were so excited to have Chris join our annual outing. This photo was taken during our traditional hike.

Mike and Dawn Bellamy

August 15, 2019

Our hearts were heavy in hearing the news of Sarah's passing, and our thoughts and prayers are with the Miranda and Walker families. But we are warmed with the memories of her beautiful smile and her even more beautiful character. May God grant you all peace in your time of grief, and may she be forever watching over her children as an angel above.

Angie Rowden

August 13, 2019

Sarah was the most compassionate nurse, she loved her family and shared them openly on social media. Sarah was so proud of her boys and her gift of caring will be missed 💔

Lauren Adcock

August 13, 2019

I had the wonderful opportunity to know Sarah when we were in ADPI together at App. She was so full of life, a great friend and an amazing mother. Sending prayers and love to family and friends.

Tanya Jolicoeur

August 13, 2019

Dear Sarah,

We had a couple of great conversations these last two weekends. Last weekend, as usual, we were so busy. You had a busy day in neuro and I was also busy. After your neuro case, you came into my room and checked on me. You also thanked me for taking care of a couple of things the weekend before for you. This past Saturday we spoke of our children, my babies who are 16 and 18, and your boys. I told you about moving my son into his new apartment to get ready for college and how I wished my kids were so little again. We talked about early morning times and how you got up at 5:15 am when you worked and how great it was that your hubby would wake up with your boys if needed, so you could get some rest. I will continue to pray for you and your beautiful family.

Robin Strickland

August 13, 2019

I only got to know Sarah and the Miranda family a few short months ago, but I will forever treasure my conversations with Sarah. I got the pleasure and joy of seeing her love, teach, and care for her two beautiful babies. She was such a wonderful mom and as we got to know each other I could tell she had such a compassionate heart. My heart breaks for her and her family and friends. But I trust she is at peace with God. You all will be in my thoughts and prayers.

Craig Maguire

August 13, 2019

Sarah was a true joy to be around. The first time I met her I was enduring my first night shift at cmc, with her comforting personality she made me feel like I was truly part of the team. We had a long night of good laughs and hard work. The last time I spoke with sarah was also full of laughter and smiles. She said to me as we were leaving the break room that she needed the laugh that we shared together and I will cherish that memory forever. My heart goes out to her family as they go through this hard time.

Katie Mohr

August 13, 2019

Sarah had such a sweet soul! She was loving and kind to everyone she met, unless they ran that dang stop sign in our front yards, then momma bear came rolling out.

I dragged her with me to the burn boot camp I was attending one day and I'll never forget it. I think she was slightly mad at me as she smiled and flipped me off at the same time. We always had a good laugh about that day.

My heart break for Chris, Lucas and Grayson knowing the wife and mother they lost. But she is at peace now and with her Heavenly Father. I can only imagine her running into his arms and him saying to her "well done my child".

To the family you will be in my prayers for the months and years to follow.