Honored Kid

Kaylie Stanton

Kaylie Stanton Kid Photo


West Allis, WI, US


Acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL)

Date of Diagnosis

August 2010



Treated At

Children's Hospital of Wisconsin

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My Story

Kaylie – the most fun loving, big hearted, intelligent 8 year old girl you would ever meet. Kaylie, Mommy’s angel and Daddy’s little girl, loved to camp, fish, play with her toys and her violin. The most important part of Kaylie’s life was her family – her Mommy and Daddy were #1. She enjoyed spending time with her loving family and friends. Kaylie was a child who would light up the room as soon as she walked in. She was, by far, the most caring little girl anyone could of known and she was sure to leave a handprint on your heart. On Wednesday, July 28, 2010, Kaylie was diagnosed with High Risk Pre Curser B Leukemia where was cared for at Children’s Hospital in Wisconsin. Her symptoms started with her being extremely fatigued, daily headaches, and tummy issues. Immediately, her parents knew something was wrong since Kaylie was not being the same full of energy child she always has been. Kaylie went through a serious number of chemo treatments and blood transfusions during her brief hospitalization. Sadly, to all of us in her lives, she lost her battle to cancer on August 08, 2010. Kaylie will never be forgotten. She is around us always in every aspects of our lives. When you talk about her and hear all of the fond memories, you cannot help but to smile. She left us all too soon, but she left us with many great and happy moments to talk about and remember. Throughout the last year, there has been many gatherings in Kaylie’s honor. Her school, classmates, friends and family continue to keep her spirit alive and going. Heaven is truly lucky to be blessed with such a beautiful soul. We know she is looking after her Mommy and Daddy and all of the wonderful people who have had the opportunity to be a part of her life.

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