Raegan Azalea Miles passed away Tuesday, November 8, 2022 peacefully in Mountain Home, Idaho. No formal services are scheduled. Cremation was under the care of Rost Funeral Home, McMurtrey Chapel.
Raegan was born in Boise, Idaho on March 6, 2019 to Rebekah and Daniel Miles with a rare brain condition called Holoprosencephaly. Although this caused her to have many challenges, she exceeded statistics and doctors’ expectations
Raegan had a personality full of sass and joy. She would light up a room with her contagious smile and her piercing blue eyes. She loved to cuddle with her mommy and daddy, and was best friends with her big brother Jackson. She would start her day with her baby sister Charlotte peeking into her crib to say good morning. She may not have gotten to spend much time with her new baby brother Hudson, but she got to witness the beautiful moment of him coming into the world. Raegan loved all her siblings and taught them so much.
Raegan was the stereotypical princess of the household and loved unicorns, the movie Hairspray, pink and purple, being pampered by her nails being painted and anything sparkly and glittery. She is also known for wearing big hair bows in her hair anywhere and everywhere she went.
Raegan was preceded in death by her grandfather, Ray Ritthaler in 2018.
Raegan is survived by her mother and father, Rebekah and Daniel Miles; her brothers, Jackson and Hudson Miles; her sister, Charlotte Miles; her grandmothers, Jennifer Draper and Gina Miles; her grandfathers, Jason Draper and Will Miles; her great grandparents, Charles and Barb Wright and Sandy O’Grady; her aunts, Emily Rankin, Rachel Ballentine, Ella and Kathrina Draper; her uncles, Anthony Ritthaler, Brian Rankin and Logan Draper; her cousins, Aria, Elijah, Isaiah, and Jeremiah.
Raegan’s name and story will continue to live on through her and with her. We miss you baby girl! Fly high little one.