Air Force Caregiver

Heather Miller

Heather Miller is an aspiring in-home baker specializing in cheesecakes. Her cheesecakes can be bought on Saturdays at the local farmers market or orders can be placed at any time for any occasion. Wanting to stand out in the market she started baking smaller cheesecakes in muffin tins calling them mini cheesecakes. Heather originally started baking and selling cheesecakes to friends and family members to fund her running goal of completing a half marathon or longer distance in all 50 states. Along the way, she ran into the non-profit 22 Too Many. She instantly knew her running had a purpose. Running with a veteran’s picture on her back who’d lost their life after returning from war was somber, but she thrived off educating other runners on PTSD and the effects. Being married to an Iraq war veteran who suffers from PTSD and TBI has not been easy but spreading awareness was important.

Heather isn’t a stranger to hard work or owning and operating a business. She was raised in a small town centrally located in the middle of Missouri where her parents owned a concessions trailer. They traveled to events on the weekends selling funnel cakes and shave ice. After graduating from Southwest Baptist University and marrying her husband, she recognized her husband’s art talent. Together they opened an interactive art studio where Heather did much of the business aspects and her husband completed the art projects. After selling the business the family focused on healing and Heather was able to start baking cheesecakes.

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