Honored Kid

Julian Avery

Julian Avery Kid Photo


Fort Worth, TX, US


Brain or spinal cord tumor

Date of Diagnosis

March 2007



Treated At

Cook Children's Medical Center

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My Story

Julian loved life, his brothers, his imaginary pets especially his frogs! He liked being called King Julian. He believed the world we live in was Julian's world. He got cancer just before he turned 4, he wanted to grow up but only to be 5, so he could go to Kindergarten, which never happened. He loved everything yellow, especially the sun and his yellow crocs. He was shy , but had the best smile , a smile with dimples! He loved his mama, Starbucks coffee and donut-holes. When we went to Disney World on our make a wish trip, he turned to me and said "See Mama, wishes DO come true..." He died fighting for his last breath. He was a tough little guy and is missed by thousands of people who had come to know him through Carepages... Love you 'lil man, all the way to China!

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