Honored Kid

Jonathan L Cerrato

Jonathan  L Cerrato Kid Photo


Manassa, CO, US


Ewing sarcoma

Date of Diagnosis

March 2000


Called to Serve

Treated At

Children's Hospital Colorado

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My Story

Jonathan was a strong boy, so full of life and hopes. He battled cancer since he was 10 when he was diagnosed with Hodgkin's Disease & went into remision until they discovered he had developed Ewing Sarcoma when he was 16. During his last year he fought so furiosly and he never gave up. He was an example for all his friends at school, and his best attributes were patience and courage. He never complained and a smile was always in his face. He had two dreams: graduate from High School, which he did and serve a LDS mission, which he's doing now at the other side. Jonathan loved hunting & video games. He also loved "his girls" as he called them, and chinese food. His favorite food was fried rice and beef & broccoli. He was part of the track team at Centauri HS. He always looked at the world with a thankful heart for all who helped and supported him, and he faced the world a day at a time. He was loved by the whole community and his family but most of all he'll always be remembered and loved.

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