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Craig Flagler Palms Funeral Home & Flagler Memorial Gardens

511 Old Kings Road South, Flagler Beach, FL

OBITUARY

Tristian Kali Ziegler

March 9, 2020May 15, 2020
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Tristian was born on a full moon, March 9, 2020 at 1839 hours to Mommy, Krista and Momma, Jen. Shortly after being born, Tristian was diagnosed with a rare genetic mutation MICPCH. Despite all of his medical issues, Tristian was an amazing baby. His presence was so strong, and without talking, Trisitan spoke to everyone he met. He gave his Mommy and Momma the strength to fight for him. He moved them on a path, that without him they would have never gone down.

On May 15, 2020 at 1800 hours, Tristian passed on to a realm we were not meant to understand. His family is greatly appreciative to the doctors, nurses and staff at Arnold Palmer Children's Medical center and Hospice. Tristian is survived by his twin brother, Lucian; sister, Alexandria; Mommy, Krista; Momma, Jen.

We have also set up a facebook of Tristian’s Journey, if you wish to follow https://www.facebook.com/tristianziegler/

Services

  • Memorial Gathering

    Sunday, July 5, 2020

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  • Memorial Service

    Sunday, July 5, 2020

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Memories

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Robert Livingston

July 5, 2020

My deepest condolences to Tristan s mommy and momma his sister Alex and brother Lucian and his entire family. I am so very sad little Angel is not here where all could enjoy him for all time. In his short time he showed such determination and sweet spirit. His sweetness shines thru like a ray of sun in all his pictures. He is gone from our worldly reach. But is forever safe and well in the care of Our Lord Jesus Christ. Amen.

Deborah Wharton

July 5, 2020

Dear Jen, and Krista, We are so sorry and heartbroken that you have to experience this devastating loss of your beautiful son and Sweet Angel, Tristian.. We will keep loving thoughts of Tristian close to our hearts eternally. His memory will live on in our hearts forever 🙏❤️ We are so proud of what amazing Mothers you both are. “When you believe beyond what your eyes can see, signs of. Heaven shows up to remind you that Love Never Dies ❤️🙏. With Love always, Mom , Dad, Kaleb & Mikayla Wharton (Tristians Grandparents & Cousins)

Marty McDowell

July 4, 2020

Dear Jen and Krista. My heart and prayers are with you both. ❤️🙏🏻So sorry for your loss of your beautiful little Angel Tristian. I would have loved to seen him and hold him and let him know he was so special I am happy to be his great grandmother Fly High Little Angel when you arrive in Heaven you will be greeted by many of your relatives and they will love you like we do. RIP. Love Nannie Marty. Uncle Frankie & Family. Uncle Mark & Family. Uncle Steve and Family Aunt Nancy and Family

Michelle Gerrity

July 3, 2020

I know the foundation you are creating In memory of our littlest angel, Tristian Kali Ziegler, will go on to do great things for other children and they’re families. I’m so proud of you mommies ❤️

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Biography

Tristian and his twin brother Lucian were conceived on July19,2019.
When we were first told that Tristian had something wrong, we were in shock. But we kept faith, that he would survive. Tristian was born on a full moon, March 9, 2020 at 1839 hours. Unfortunely, we left the hosptial thinking that Tristian was a normal healthy baby. However, on March 14, 2020 our journey moved forward and we brought Tristian to the hospital after he stopped breathing a few times.
We later learned that Trisitian was one of only 9 boys in the world ever diagnosed with his condition MICPCH, a cask gene mutation.
Despite all of his medical issues, Tristian was an amazing baby. His precense was so strong, without talking, Trisitan spoke to us. He gave us the strength to fight for him. He moved us on a path, that without him we would have never gone down.
Tristian was a night owl. Many nights I would awake with his precious face staring at me. He would hold me finger and stare into my soul. He would smile and kick his little feet.

The End of Tristian physical life
It took many hours for Tristian to pass. Much of the night I held him on my chest, while Jen laid next to me, rubbing his little head. For two hours I listened to his heart beat. It was the sweetest song I had ever heard. I listened to his last beat and breath. That day, a part of jen and I passed with him, to a realm we were not meant to understand.
Tristians Journey Continues
Just because Trisitian is no long physically here, Jen and I are determined to honor and fight for him.