Honored Kid

Trinity Alene Harrin

Trinity Alene Harrin Kid Photo


Candler, NC, US


Acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL)

Date of Diagnosis

November 2009



Treated At

Mission Children's Hospital

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My Story

Trinity was a gregarious, smart, loving little girl who was so much wiser and older than her years. She had grace and poise and good taste far beyond her years. She took all the horrifying treatments, all the pain, indignities, and embarrasement with a smile and her head up, she fought harder and braver than any 3 grown men could have. She shared and looked after the other kids and tried hard to be strong for us! Trinity wanted to help kids with cancer so in her memory with honor we will keep her dream alive. She was, is and always will be a rare and true hero!

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