Honored Kid

Romello J. Chavious-DePaula

Romello J. Chavious-DePaula Kid Photo


Virgina Beach, VA, US



Date of Diagnosis

July 2011



Treated At

Children's Hospital of The King's Daughters

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My Story

Romello's interests included playing football, basketball, soccer,as well as playing video games. His favorite cartoon character was Spongebob. Romello was such a smart young man. His favorite subject was math. He was diagnosed with neuroblastoma stage four cancer on July 10, 2011. Thank you to Aunt Wendi, Uncle Moises, and the many friends who have taken interest in Romello's journey. This disease was only temporary because I know my son was healed and became cancer free in Jesus Christ's arms.

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