Honored Kid


SuperBub Kid Photo


Greenville, MI, US



Date of Diagnosis

May 2007



Treated At

Helen Devos Children's Hospital

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My Story

Our superhero SuperBub was larger than life. He loved monster trucks, fire pits and superheroes. He loved going to the beach and the playground and playing in the water. He enjoyed eating "mono monos" (marshmallows), "slllllllami" (salami), candy and blue slushies. He liked his hospital and was almost always happy to go, even for treatment, to see "his" people at "his" hospital. He was diagnosed with high risk neuroblastoma and OMS the day before he turned two and fought courageously for 23 months. He faced each day with courage, joy, a smile on his face and a twinkle in his eye. Braeden was healed in heaven on April 18, 2009. We miss him every minute, and he will be our superhero forever.

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