Honored Kid

Bryce I.

Bryce I. Kid Photo


Wellsville, NY, US


Acute myeloid leukemia (AML)

Date of Diagnosis

December 1999


Passed away

Treated At

Golisano Children's Hospital, Rochester

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My Story

We always felt that Bryce was the happiest, healthiest, sick kid in the hospital. He enjoyed teasing his doctors and nurses and they enjoyed teasing back. When he was eating his favorite foods where home made macaroni and cheese with broccoli on the side and bubble gum ice cream. He also liked getting "pop" to drink. He always had a basketball with him, at the playdeck, on the basketball court and in his crib. He also liked to annoy his big brother Matt, by always doing the opposite of what Matt wanted or said. He wasn't sure what to think of his baby sister Brigid and he hasn't met his youngest brother, McGuire yet.

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