Honored Kid

Bill Donlon

Bill Donlon Kid Photo


Schaumburg, IL, US


Ewing sarcoma

Date of Diagnosis

April 1999


Passed away

Treated At

University of Texas M.D. Anderson Cancer Center Rush University Medical Center Advocate Children's Hospital - Park Ridge

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My Story

Bill was a sweet, funny young man. He played guitar and learned to ski on one leg after his amputation. He was always the jokster- he would tell people he lost his leg in a shark attack. He was popular at Hoffman Estates High School and loved by his fraternity brothers at NIU. He is missed incredibly by his family every minuter of every day. He was very brave and an inspiration to everyone despite 7 years of cancer treatment.

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