On March 9, 2023, Miles Travis Redman, a beloved son, and brother passed away. He was 33 years old. He is survived by his mom and stepdad Gina & Rob Carling, his dad William Redman, his brother & sister in law Nick Redman & Blythe Tai, his brothers Robbie & Mark Carling, his godparents Cristina & Doug Crocker, Heidi Liu & Jody Fonseca, his grandmothers Marla Carling, Dee Luchison, Cristina Marsh, his aunts & uncles Cristina Crocker, Doug Crocker, John & Jacquie Marsh, Dave & Sara Edwards-Marsh, Gary & Erika Marsh, Anna & Tom Rizzo, and his cousins Heidi Shewchuk, Madeline, Emma & Evan Crocker, Tyler & LJ Marsh, Sam & Jake Marsh, Jesse Marsh, Paige, Isabella & Ryan Rizzo. Miles grew up in Felton, California. He was baptized at St. Andrews Episcopal Church in Ben Lomond, and was a lifelong member, where he served as an acolyte and participated in the youth group. He loved his church family. He attended San Lorenzo Valley Elementary School, San Lorenzo Valley Middle School, and Santa Barbara Charter School graduating 8th grade in 2003, Georgiana Bruce Kirby Preparatory School, then San Lorenzo Valley High School graduating in 2007. During this time Miles performed in numerous dance recitals, talent shows and school and community plays. He had a passion for the performing arts. He especially loved to sing. He later attended Laney College in Oakland, Ca earning his associate degree. In 2014 Miles graduated from San Francisco State University with a Bachelor of Arts in Broadcast and Electronic Communication Arts. He enjoyed hosting shows on the student-run KSFS Radio station while earning his degree there. Miles had a deep love for his family and friends. He enjoyed family gatherings, spending time with friends, singing karaoke and having fun! He also enjoyed nature and being outdoors walking & running at the beach or in the forest. Health and fitness were important to Miles. Miles embraced his life. He was a proud member of the LGBTQIA+ community. He was never afraid to show his true colors. He believed in being "true to yourself" and encouraged others to live this way as well. He was such a bright light and will be deeply missed by all who knew and loved him. A memorial service honoring Miles will be held at 11:00am on March 17th at Oakwood Chapel, 3301 Paul Sweet Road, Santa Cruz. The graveside service will immediately follow. The viewing will be at 10:00am.