Honored Kid

Ryan Oickle

Ryan Oickle Kid Photo

Location

Gilmanton, NH, US

Diagnosis

Rhabdomyosarcoma

Date of Diagnosis

April 2007

Status

Angel

Treated At

Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center

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My Story

Ryan’s personality was one of courage, strength and inspiration; he made a difference in everyone’s life that he touched. During his 2 year battle with cancer he was a role model at clinic during treatment, often calming other children and showing them how to help with the treatments. His treatments of “special medicine” were unfortunately a normal in his life, but that never stopped him from loving lawn mover and tractor rides; snowmobile rides with his father; looking at horses with Jessie; playing with friends and family members; and blowing bubbles. Ryan had 2 best friends his older brother (they played for hours outside) and Jessie (a cousin who he could get to do anything for him). With each day that he is missed, he is remembered fondly, and inspires others to make a difference. Forever and always our hero!

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