Honored Kid

Joey Mooney

Joey Mooney Kid Photo


Roseville, CA, US


Ewing sarcoma

Date of Diagnosis

June 2003



Treated At

Kaiser Permanente Roseville Medical Center

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My Story

Joey Mooney is our hero. He courageously battled his cancer and dreamed of the day he would be free from treatment. This day for him was short lived. In July of 2004, his scans for tumors came back clear; however 1 month later, on August 3rd, he was found to have AML. a cancer brought on by the treatments for the first cancer. He went to battle again - only this time he was too tired. On Halloween night, after his brother and sister went out to trick-or-treat, he had to go. Joey was a big kid at heart. He never took life too seriously. He lived for riding his dirtbike, bicycle, camping and hanging out with family and friends. He loved life and he dreamed of a day when kids wouldn't have to deal with cancer. We love him and miss him dearly. We will continue to work to raise money and awareness in his honor and all the beautiful children who have fought this battle.

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