Honored Kid

Lexi Ava Moreau

Lexi Ava Moreau Kid Photo


O'Fallon, MO, US


Brain or spinal cord tumor

Date of Diagnosis

March 2005



Treated At

SSM Cardinal Glennon Children's Hospital

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My Story

Our sweet little Lexi was diagnosed at 5 months old with a very rare and aggressive brain tumor. Lexi had surgery to remove the tumor, because of the location they could not get all of it. So Lexi started chemo, no matter how bad she felt she always had a smile on her beautiful face. Lexi enjoyed playing with her toys, mom, dad, sis, and doggie too. Lexi always got so happy when one of her favorite cartoons came on like Rollie Pollie Ollie, Barney, Elmo, and Baby Einsteins. Lexi has touched many peoples lives. Lexi went to heaven on 12-18-05 --she always is in our hearts and mind. Our little Lexi we love and miss you every second of every day.

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