Honored Kid

Michelle Little

Michelle Little Kid Photo


Kensington, OH, US


Ewing sarcoma

Date of Diagnosis

August 2003



Treated At

Akron Children's Hospital

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My Story

Michelle, known as Mick to close friends and family, was your typical teenager. She was a bright bubbly young lady who loved hanging out with her friends and family, attending concerts, playing with her dogs, scrap booking, working at her part time job, and very much looking forward to attending Ohio University in the fall. This changed for her the weekend of her high school graduation when she was diagnosed with Ewings Sarcoma. College was no longer a question for her that year, but her zest for life never changed, she continued to inspire us all with her I can attitude and that she would still pursue her dream of a college education through correspondence courses. Mick was able to attend college on campus two different quarters between her relapses. However, this past December the cancer took over and Mick was taken from us on January 9, 2007. The entire time Mick was sick, if you were in her presence, you were probably laughing because she still found the best in everything and laughter was the best medicine. She will always be remember by the grace and dignity and more importantly the smile she carried when handed one of life's most difficult challenges. Mick will live on in the hearts and memories of so many who loved her and were inspired by her. Love you always Mick!

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