Honored Kid

Cooper P.

Cooper P. Kid Photo


San Ramon, CA, US



Date of Diagnosis

July 2004



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My Story

Cooper was the strongest, bravest kid I have ever met. When I first met Cooper in 2006 he had already been diagnosed with Neuroblastoma, but that never slowed him down. He loved to play and had a tremendous passion for baseball. In fact, every time I saw him he was wearing a baseball uniform. Cooper touched the lives of everyone he came in contact with. He had an infectious smile and a contagious zest for life. He will be missed but never forgotten. Cooper I shave my head in your memory. God bless.

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