Miller Memorial Chapel

1120 West Goshen Ave, Visalia, CA


Teresa Teague

May 9, 1952November 21, 2019

Teresa Teague was born on May 9, 1952 and passed away on November 21, 2019.


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Nicholas Esparza

December 10, 2019

I never thought this day would come where I would be writing about the passing of my nina. All of my childhood memories with her comforting voice " It is going to be ok," to becoming an adult which she was part of, seeing her smile. I remember being about 7 years old and eating A & W and drinking root beer during the hot Summer days in Hanford; to eating the best chocolate chips cookies she would make the family during Christmas, they would melt in your mouth. I will never forget the days when she would play Freddy Fender , I'm sure the tape is saved. Today we grieve as our hearts are broken, such a strong woman and a true example of a hard worker that could never say no. Thank you for everything, never judging and always making sure I was taken care of. I will forever miss you, until I see you again. Nick

Serena Teague

December 7, 2019

Nana thank you for all the love, support, and memories you gave to me. You were the most strongest, caring, and most loving person I have ever known. You showed me to work hard and love even harder. You taught me that family is everything and together we can get through anything. You were such a big part of me and I was so blessed to have had you in my life for the time I did. As I grieve for you today the pain I feel will never amount to the love and memories you gave to me. Always going to Disneyland or spending the summers at Pismo or being able to have you by my side helping me become a mother are some of the best memories that I have. I’m so thankful for you and the care and love you showed me. You were such a beautiful person and such a caring soul and through your family your memory will live on forever. Thank you for being a loving mother, nana & even great nana to all of us. We love you forever nana. Always, your girls.

Marissa Teague

December 7, 2019

Even though we grieve today, the love and memories you left will live on forever. You were the most loving, hardworking, caring being I’ve ever known. I will forever cherish our trips to Pismo, when we all went in matching outfits and ate at our favorite restaurants. How you always made the girls and I get our pictures drawn, and pose for pictures at the giant purple grape. How I wish we could go one last time.. It was an honor to be raised and loved by you. You taught me to be strong, and to love those who love me. Even when I wasn’t perfect you always stuck by me and loved me through my hard times. You are the rock to our family, what kept us going, and even though it’s hard you will forever live on through us. Until we meet again, I love you nana.