Honored Kid

Libbie Nichols

Libbie Nichols Kid Photo


Austin, TX, US



Date of Diagnosis

February 1999



Treated At

Children's Hospital of Austin University of Texas M.D. Anderson Cancer Center Texas Children's Hospital

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My Story

Libbie was diagnosed with leukemia at the age of six months. A bright and shining star to the very end, she became Heaven’s angel on April 9, 2004. A beautiful, loving and spunky little girl, Libbie was an inspiration to all she met because of her courage in facing the adversities of her illness. Her family is grateful for the gift of every moment spent with this magical child, and we know that our Princess Libbie is with God in eternity and her spirit lives on forever.

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