We are deeply sorry for your loss - the staff at Bethel Funeral Home
Tristan Rose Nutting: April 28, 2019 – June 9, 2022. Tristan was born to Alexander Lee Nutting and Nicole Elizabeth Nutting on April 28, 2019, in Danbury, Conn. Tristan did not just light up a room; she illuminated our hearts and filled them with hope in what can be a dark world. She was a three-year-old girl who captured the hearts of so many in such a short period of time.
Tristan was always ready to play. She loved to read, color and play pretend. She sang and danced to all of her favorite Disney songs and was quite the entertainer. She spent countless hours riding her scooter and her Jeep, and she loved jumping on her new trampoline, playing in muddy puddles, and swinging on her swing set. Rain or shine, she thrived by being outside. The park was her second home and where she met her very first best friend.
The love that Tristan brought to our family is incomparable. Even at her young age, she cherished the time spent with our close-knit family, and in those moments, she brought us joy and laughter beyond measure. Sunday family dinners filled her heart and ours – she always made sure that everyone had a seat at the table. Tristan will always have a seat at our table and will be truly and deeply missed.
She leaves to cherish her memory her parents, Alex and Nicole Nutting, and her younger brother, Gabriel. Her grandparents, Mike and Linda Rizzo and Rich and Martha Nutting. Her aunts and uncles, Michael David Rizzo, Angela Rizzo, Tyler and Leanne Nutting. As well as countless others in the Conlon, Morgan, Moore, Nutting, Ormsbee, Rizzo, and Vandenberg families.
Please join our family in remembering her bright and beautiful life. Viewing hours and a Celebration of Life service will be held at Bethel United Methodist Church on Saturday, June 18, 2022. The viewing will take place from 9-11 am, with a service immediately following. A reception will be held at The Amber Room (1 Stacey Road, Danbury) starting at 1 pm. Tristan's favorite color was purple, so we request that if you like, please honor her by wearing purple to the service.
In lieu of flowers, please consider giving to Connecticut Children's in memory of Tristan Nutting. Gifts can be made online at www.connecticutchildrensfoundation.org. To make a gift by mail, please send checks payable to: Connecticut Children's Foundation, Inc., Attn: Memorial Gifts, PO Box 412901, Boston, MA 02241-2901. Please include Tristan's name in the memo line.