Honored Kid

Sean Thomas Hill

Sean Thomas Hill Kid Photo

Location

Sayville, NY, US

Diagnosis

Brain or spinal cord tumor

Date of Diagnosis

April 2004

Status

Angel

Treated At

Steven and Alexandra Cohen Children's Medical Center

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My Story

Sean was a very sweet and loving boy who loved his sister Kathleen and loved trains and Spongebob Squarepants. He did not like the Hulk or Shrek. He was diagnosed with a glioma of the brain stem right before his fourth birthday and was taken from us six months later. We miss Sean every moment of everyday! We keep Sean alive by doing things like St. Baldrick's and a brain tumor walk every October. This is a great charity so I hope you will all help in Sean's memory. Thanks!

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