Honored Kid

Collin Jones

Collin Jones Kid Photo


Oakland, MI, US



Date of Diagnosis

October 2019


Passed away

Treated At

William Beaumont Hospital

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My Story

Collin was a loving son, brother, friend, grandson, nephew and cousin. He passed away the evening of December 3rd, 2020 after a yearlong battle with Lymphoma while in the arms of his parents and surrounded by loving family and friends. He impressed everyone around him with his strength, bravery and wisdom at only nine years of age. Collin was born on July 2nd, 2011. He loved playing with his big brother and friends; fishing, hiking, boating, tubing, cooking, and playing video games. He loved watching the Food Network with his Dad and then trying out new recipes. Collin loved to snuggle with mom, especially sleeping in, as neither are morning people. Collin liked to travel. One of his favorite spots was his family cottage at Houghton Lake. He also enjoyed traveling all around Michigan, especially dining at the Grand Hotel on Mackinac Island. He felt like such a big boy to put his tie and suit coat on to go down to dinner. Collin loved Disney, California, water parks, and any adventure we took together as a family. Collin is also greatly missed by his two dogs, Harvey and Oliver. They never left his side. Collin really loved fireworks. He was so happy that his birthday was around the 4th of July so that he could celebrate with loud noises, bangs, explosions, bottle rockets, and sparkles in the sky. For his last birthday, he only asked for fireworks and specifically requested mortars that he and Shawn could fire off together. Collin was loving, sweet, caring, sarcastic, smart, stubborn and just a good little man. Everyone who knew him, loved him. He brought a smile to anyone who met him; family, friends, teachers, neighbors, adults and kids alike. His little personality will be greatly missed and never forgotten. Whenever he was given a kiss, he always asked for “one more kiss”. Always buddy, one more kiss, always.

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