Noah was an amazing little boy. He knew nothing but love and kindness. He loved dancing, singing, cars, football and his sister, Rhiannon and his soon to be younger brother, Landon. He brought endless joy and love to everyone he met.
Noah was diagnosed with A.L.L Leukemia on January 4, 2016. He was sent to Riley Hospital in Indianapolis the following day with the thought that he would only be here for a few days to a week. In this time period he developed pneumonia and a virus. Unfortunately due to his compromised immune system from the Leukemia and the chemo treatment, his body began shutting down. On the twelfth day at the hospital they placed him in a medically induced coma and put him on life support. After a week of Noah only getting progressively worse the doctors and his parents made a final attempt to save Noah by placing him on a treatment called Extracorporeal membrane oxygenation (ECMO). Unfortunately on January 29th, after several days of treatment with the ECMO, Noah earned his wings.
He is deeply missed by his parents Aaron and April Cox along with his siblings Rhiannon, Landon, as well as all his family and friends.
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