Baldwin-Fairchild Winter Garden Funeral Home

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Trista Parker Miller

March 6, 1965February 27, 2020

Trista ended her three year and nine month battle with stage IV pancreatic cancer on February 27, 2020. She joins her mother Rae, grandparents, in-laws, cousins, and many other family and friends to be with the Lord in His kingdom. Trista is survived by her loving husband Glenn Miller; her three children, Kyle Treubert, Parker Treubert, Blake Miller; daughter in-law Rebecca Scipioni; father Maury Parker and sister Veronica Rudy, as well as many other extended family and friends. She will be deeply missed by all those who were blessed to know her.

A Memorial Service to celebrate Trista will be held at Park Valley Church in Haymarket, Virginia at a date to be determined later.

Park Valley Church 4500 Waverly Farm Drive Haymarket, VA 20169

Cancer has significantly affected all of us in some way, so if you have a calling to donate in Trista's name, please pick the cancer charity of your choice.


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Trista Parker Miller

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Melissa Phillis

March 8, 2020

Trista was genuinely one of the most sincere, kind and fun person to be around.

May she Rest In Peace in heaven, watching over her loved ones.

Prayers of strength and peace to her family.

Darlene Lodge

March 5, 2020

Trista was always a smiling beautiful person from the time she was a little girl. Even tho we hadn't seen each other for a long time we always managed to chat on FB. I followed her brave story and admired her for her strength and beauty for life. Prayers up to the family.

Donna Lee Garner

March 4, 2020

Sorry for 1st message not completing it just went off. Trista was the sweetest and most humble person I knew. She was always pleasant and smiling. Prayers for all family.

Lydia Catacora

March 4, 2020

I will always remember Trista for her compassion and caring heart. My son and her were both diagnosed about the same time with cancer and I as a mother took this very hard but Trista always found kind loving words to say to me and she always wanted to know how he was doing and would always give me words of encouragement, but she would never complain about what she herself and her family were going through. I will always remember her as a person that was full of love, compassion, and optimism. I will miss my dear friend and her caring heart...May she finally be pain free and at peace with the Angels.

Lynne Northrup

March 4, 2020

Trista waa the purest, kindest person I've ever met. I've known her for about 35 years and have so many beautiful memories of her and her family. My son and I used to spend the night with her when she was pregnant with Kyle... i spoke to her around Christmas and promised to call again soon. I knew I would call her the night before her birthday like I always did. I miss you Trista! You were truly a wonderful friend and didn't have a mean bone in your body. Fly high my friend! Prayers and hugs to her family and friends. We are so blessed to have had her in our lives!

Melanie Hoffman

March 4, 2020

One of the most inspirational people I have ever met. Her positivity during the hardest of times was contagious. Loved our walks and talks. Even when she was feeling bad, she still motivated herself to workout. I regularly said to myself on days I just didn’t feel like it, “If Trista is out there doing it while fighting cancer, I sure should be able to.” She made me want to be a better person!

Nancy Frazee

March 4, 2020

Over the 34 years since I first met Trista, I don’t think I ever remember her not smiling. What a lovely person, even as a child. My heart goes out to all of you.

Eleanor Engler

March 4, 2020

Trista was an inspiration to me. She always was so upbeat and confident in her faith despite her circumstances. I first heard her story at the Park Valley Women’s conference in 2018 learning that we shared the same oncologist and serious diagnoses. She helped connect me to a cancer support group and was so welcoming when I attended. I always admired her bravery as well as her family’s love and support. She will be missed and I am thankful for hearing her testimony and know I am not alone in those that were touched by her.

Susan Cromarty Baker

March 2, 2020

Trista has always been so sweet, loving and kind! She was friends with my sister in high school and whenever she came to our home, she was always so sweet to talk to me and make me feel included, even though I was 5 years younger. Such a beautiful person, inside and out. Heaven has gained another angel but she surely will be missed here on earth. Prayers, love and my deepest condolences go out to the family ♡