Honored Kid


Graham Kid Photo


Kodak, TN, US


Brain or spinal cord tumor

Date of Diagnosis

September 2006


Passed away

Treated At

East Tennessee Children's Hospital

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My Story

Graham loved football, video games and Jesus. He was and continues to be an inspiration to many. He will forever be missed and this earth is a lonelier place without him here.He loved his family, his cat and scaring his mom. He loved fishing with his dad and hanging with his big sisters. He was smart, cute, funny and all boy! He was going to work in construction like his dad and give all his money away to people in need. That was his plan! Because of the miraculous surgery Graham received we were able to spend one more year with him. One more year of Taco Bell and Starbucks... one more year of swimming and vacations. One more year as a complete family. The completeness left our family on December 5, 2007 at 5:32 a.m. in his dads arms. We will never be the same.His legacy will live on.... Graham was much more than just a ripple in the water....Genesis 50:20.

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