Honored Kid

Elijah-Jay Dimas

Elijah-Jay Dimas Kid Photo

Location

Rio Rancho, NM, US

Diagnosis

Ewing sarcoma

Date of Diagnosis

May 2015

Status

Deceased

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My Story

Elijah was a sweet, fun, loving, caring , silly boy who had a heart of gold and always thought of others. He strived on looking on the bright side and always had a smile upon his face. He touched many lives around not only the country but all over the world with his kindness, generosity and loving spirit. He felt he was a soldier of God and definitely lived up to that potential in his short life. He loved Pokémon, the Oakland Raiders and Ventriloquism.

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