Honored Kid

Maxwell N.

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Morley, MI, US


Brain or spinal cord tumor

Date of Diagnosis

March 2009



Treated At

Helen Devos Children's Hospital

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My Story

Maxwell Kincaid Nunn age 7 of Morley took his last breath in the arms of his mother and father on November 25th 2010 after a courageous fight against cancer. Max will be missed by his beloved parents, Jodie and Thomas Nunn, sister Lilly Nunn and countless other family members and friends whose lives he has touched. A few of the many things Max enjoyed was hunting, spending time with his dad, riding his quad, hanging out with his friends, bonfires, collecting gadgets, opening the mail, riding in his dad’s truck, fishing, playing sports, and listening to music. Max was an awesome individual with a heart melting smile that touched the lives of countless people across the world. During our family’s journey we have been humbled and awed by the tremendous outpouring of support and we could never begin to express how truly thankful we are by the generosity of our community. Our family has become passionate about raising awareness and funding for childhood cancer research and will continue to strive to bring awareness to the forefront until a change is made in the hopes that other children and families do not have to endure this battle. Max was an inspiration to all and will be greatly missed but never forgotten. Forever our hero…GO MAX GO!

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