Honored Kid

Payton W.

Payton W. Kid Photo


Lakewood Ranch, FL, US


Brain or spinal cord tumor

Date of Diagnosis

May 2006



Treated At

The Preston Robert Tisch Brain Tumor Center at Duke Johns Hopkins All Children's Hospital Duke Children's Hospital & Health Center

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My Story

Payton was a beautiful 4 year old girl who was still full of life even while cancer tried to beat her down. She was our daughter. She was a fighter and teacher. Payton taught us and so many others compassion, strength, and truly what love is. She loved coloring, doing puzzles, playing with her sisters and friends. She loved to play games with Mom and Dad. She had an amazing spirit and an "old soul". www.portercs.com/payton

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