Honored Kid


Bri Kid Photo


Boise, ID, US


Brain or spinal cord tumor

Date of Diagnosis

January 2005



Treated At

Seattle Children's Hospital St. Luke's Mountain States Tumor Institute Primary Children's Medical Center

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My Story

Bri was diagnosed with brain cancer on January 5, 2005 at the age of 6. Bri was a beautiful and cheerful girl who loved the color pink, adored monkeys and was always willing to join in on a good card game. She shared her warm smile and precious laughter wherever she was. She had an amazing heart and soul. Along the way, Bri would show faith well beyond her years and courage we were astounded by. She was truly an inspiration. Every minute of every day with her was a blessing. Bri lost her battle with this disease on March 25, 2008. It is through fundraising events like these that help support childhood cancer research. We continue to hope that someday a cure will be discovered. No child should be asked to face this difficult road.

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