Honored Kid

John Bovasso

John Bovasso Kid Photo


Staten Island, NY, US


Brain or spinal cord tumor

Date of Diagnosis

March 2010



Treated At

Morgan Stanley Children’s Hospital, New York-Presbyterian

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My Story

John Anthony Bovasso - a sweet, beautiful, happy, good hearted little boy, with big bright eyes. He loved playing with his Big Sister Ava, and was a great Big Brother to baby sister Sofia. He loved playing with his trucks, watching Diego, Dora and Elmo and his favorite treat was choclate ice cream. Loving son, brother, grandson, nephew, cousin. Now John he is the Bovasso family's little Guardian Angel. I never had the pleasure of meeting little John but I have the privilege of Honoring him.

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