Honored Kid

Nicholas Mootz

Age 27
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Cochecton, NY, US


Hodgkin lymphoma

Date of Diagnosis

August 2005


In remission

Treated At

Maria Fareri Children's Hospital at Westchester Medical Center

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My Story

Last year when I shaved my head for St. Baldrick's I had just really gotten my hair back after treatment. It has been another year and I am happy to report that I have cut my hair numerous times. This year has been one filled with school, friends, football, hunting and work. I am presently a junior in school, studying automotive technology. I got my license in October and am finally happy to have my own wheels. I work for a well-drilling company that keeps me busy every day after school and on weekends. I am hoping you will join in my cause by donating money to St. Baldrick's in my honor. I am proud to help other kids who have this awful disease just as people in my community once helped me. Thank You ...... Nick

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