Honored Kid

Coleman L.

Coleman L. Kid Photo


Callender, IA, US



Date of Diagnosis

June 2006



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My Story

Coleman's journey began Sept. 21, 2006 he was diagnosed with MEDULLOBLASTOMA. He and his twin brother Caden were 2 and 1/2 years old. They family quickly learned medical words that no family wants to learn. Coleman taught so many people so many things in his short life. He made everyone who knew him a better person. Coleman loved to play with his twin brother Caden, he loved to ride his four wheeler, anything John Deer, and he loved God. He never once let his faith waver after all he had gone through. Coleman would always say, "some day I won't need NO more meds or pokes, wight mommy? THEN I tan be NO-MAL!" Amen to that, but I don't think Coleman could have ever been described as NORMAL, he was way too special for that! Coleman won his battle with cancer on 1/5/09 and is now flying high with the angels. Won't you please help us raise money to fight the beast known as cancer so no family has to endure what the Larson 's and so many other parents have had to endure.

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