Honored Kid

Nevaeh Amor Ellinger Earls

Nevaeh Amor Ellinger Earls Kid Photo


Colorado Springs, CO, US



Date of Diagnosis

April 2005



Treated At

Children's Hospital Colorado

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My Story

Nevaeh was full of life! She always brought a smile to our faces and kept us laughing. She could be found looking for excitement, had a huge passion for life, never wanting to miss out on anything. She loved riding horses, doing flips and hand stands, riding her bike and jumping on trampolines. She enjoyed playing basketball with her brother and playing dress up and putting on make up with her sisters. She also had a love for music...Jesus Loves Me... was one of her favorites. Nevaeh underwent numerous chemo treatments, radiation, a stem cell rescue and numerous transfusions and surgeries. She relapsed on April 5, 2006 and was called "home" on October 6, 2006, two weeks before her fifth birthday. Amazingly, she rarely complained and as long as Dora the Explorer was playing in the hospital room and she could get her nails done, she was happy. Nevaeh, which is heaven spelled backwards, and Amor means love, was a true reflection of Heaven's Love. We miss her so much and are very blessed to have had her in our lives! God Bless you all for helping support such a wonderful cause.

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