Alexa DeMiranda

Alexa Blue DeMiranda

1990 - 2020

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Obituary of Alexa Blue DeMiranda

Alexa Demiranda of Murfreesboro, Tennessee passed away on August 18, 2020. Lexi’s dream since she was a young teen was to move to Tennessee. She was twenty four when she first arrived in Nashville and she was immediately taken in and loved by thousands of people from all walks of life. She loved everyone that she met and proudly became one of Twin Peaks Angels. She was a true patriot. She had a soft spot in her heart and a fierce respect for law enforcement, military, and first responders. I want to thank the firefighter that bravely held her hand, the police officers that kept her talking, the life flight crew, the EMT workers that came to her aid, the girls at Twin Peaks for quickly contacting Justin Bryant that quickly made sure I was there at the hospital. Taking a breath… I want to thank Justin Bryant’s family for jumping in and helping. I feel so much love for his sister Kayla Bryant, for the emotional support given that day. I would also like to thank Mr. Mark Bryant for his support. I want to thank Justin for loving my daughter the way he did, and for knowing the second that they spoke that she was his soul mate. He created joy in her heart like no other. I want to thank all her beautiful girlfriends, Valeri Ciera Blake, Hayley Joy Murray, Monica Cristy Pinori, Carolina Lewis, Kayla Hahn, Lindsie Caden, Lindsey McIntosh, and Morgan, for coming to our house to share videos and memories with her brother and holding our broken hearts in their gentle hands. To her good friend Robert Proffitt, for coming to see us so quickly, and holding Alexa in his heart so dearly for so many years. I’d like to thank the great men at Down Range Hat Co., Shi Eubanks and his crew for making her laugh, and getting some incredible last photos of her, Coastal Cowboy for her very last shoot, Brian Clinton for his friendship, Hooters of Nashville, Twin Peaks of Brentwood, the Talladega girls that shared a whole new experience that she grew to love, the bull riders and cowboys, and all the rodeos that took her breath away. Thank you to Jesse Paige for your comment on Lexis picture that made my heart smile and our talk on the phone, and a thank you to Franticsroyal for making me stop crying with your loving and funny post about Lexi on your Instagram, you will all be etched in our hearts forever. I’d like to thank all the great people that made a point of lunching at the Peaks to inhale her sweetness. I wish I could name you all individually. She truly loved each and every one of you. She shared all the stories, names, and faces with us, and we cherish you all so much. I want to express a huge thank you to all that unselfishly donated to her go fund me page making her funeral as beautiful as she was. The last five years of her life were the best that anyone could have asked for, thanks to each and every one of you! I ask that you keep her name alive. Keep her image inside of your hearts, and look around and give each other hugs, and share a story about her. Lexi leaves behind her amazing brother Christian, her mother Barbara, her Uncle Nick, her sweet grandmother Miss Eleanor, a huge extended family in Massachusetts, her soul mate Justin Bryant, her dogs Sanchez, and crazy Diesel, and all of you. Our deepest thanks and love to all. My home will always open to you, Barb and Christian
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Thursday
27
August

Visitation

5:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Thursday, August 27, 2020
Murfreesboro Funeral Home
145 Innsbrooke Blvd
Murfreesboro, Tennessee, United States
615-896-2229
Thursday
27
August

Celebration of Life

7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Thursday, August 27, 2020
Murfreesboro Funeral Home
145 Innsbrooke Blvd
Murfreesboro, Tennessee, United States
615-896-2229