Honored Kid

Jonathan Michael Cadei

Jonathan Michael Cadei Kid Photo


El Dorado Hills, CA, US


Pontine Glioma

Date of Diagnosis

May 2005


with Christ in Heaven

Treated At

Sutter Medical Center

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My Story

Jonathan was a vibrant, loving, sensitive boy who loved to play basketball, ride his razor scooter and hang out with his friends. He was always kind and expressed interest in being a priest some day. He was diagnosed with a diffuse intrinsic pontine glioma (DIPG) on May 4th, 2005 and died on June 11, 2005 after an intense fight to shrink the fast growing tumor. We miss him very much but know he is with Christ and is at peace. Please visit www.icouldbeyourchild.org and help fight DIPG.

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