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Darcy Miller Lashinsky

Brentwood, Tennessee

Dec 10, 1973 – Dec 4, 2015


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Brentwood Roesch Patton Funeral Home | Funeral Home Brentwood TN Obituary

Darcy Miller Lashinsky, daughter of Eileen McCoy Miller of Charleston, SC and the late Zachariah Daniel Miller III, passed away unexpectedly in Brentwood, TN on December 4, 2015. Mrs. Lashinsky was born on December 10th, 1973 in Nashville, TN.She was preceded in death by her father, her brother...

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I just found out Darcy went back home to be with Jesus!!./This world has truly lost one of its good and kind woman.My heart goes out to her Husband Darin!! .And her family.Let us all remember to be absent from the body is to be present with the Lord!!.Amen.Mark Plaia.

I am so sad to hear of this terrible news.
My thoughts and prayers are with her family.
Eddie George

Thoughts and prayers are with you and Phillip at this time.

A beautiful, kind soul...your memory shines bright, Darcy.
Our heartfelt condolences and hope for strength and peace going forward for Darin, Philip and Eileen.

Darin & family, so sorry for you loss. You are in my thoughts and prayers.

Eileen, I feel so much sadness at your losses. It has been a long time since we have seen each other, but you are not forgotten. My prayers go out to you for your comfort in all this chaos. Your old friend. Love, Irene M. Seadale

So sorry to hear of your loss. I've always enjoyed seeing the beautiful pictures of your lovely family posted on FB. Stay strong and know that you and Philip's in my thoughts and prayers.

I had not seen Darcy since our days at UTK. This is what I remember of her. She was beautiful but humble. She was outspoken but kind. She was energetic and a go-getter. Smart, funny, talented and positive. I cannot imagine the grief her family feels right now. Sending positive thoughts and loving energy your way. Einstein told us that "energy cannot be created nor destroyed"...it just becomes a different form. I'll see you in a differnt form one day my old friend.

So very sorry. Will always remember her as a very loving mother to Philip.