Honored Kid

Corrin Putnam

Corrin Putnam Kid Photo


North Syracuse, NY, US



Date of Diagnosis

January 2005



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My Story

Corrin Lee Putnam was a free spirited little girl who was her mommy and daddys pride and joy. She unbelievably sputtered her first word (HI) at 6 months old and by the time she was a year old was talking in full sentences. She loved music, princesses, puppies, fishing, and jumping in puddles. She was far from a shy little girl, she loved and captured the hearts of everyone she met. She has a very large family and enjoyed spending time with all of her grandparents, great-grandparents, aunts, uncles and cousins. We would all like to thank you for your support to St. Baldricks as it is taking great strides to help fight and spread awareness of pediatric cancer.

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