On February 18th, eat a scoop or two of ice cream for breakfast to remember Cole, because kids get cancer too.
Cole was sport mad, funny, loving, everything was fast paced always worrying about others before himself. Cole is one of seven children, he has a twin sister, we love travelling, spending time outside and watching movies together.
Cole was diagnosed with Metastatic Osteosarcoma a few months before his 13th birthday. He had his right arm and shoulder amputated to give him the best chance of fighting this disease. Twelve months of chemo lead to nine months of stability until the cancer became active again. He was on a clinica trial for some chemo before it was realized Cole could not be cured. He “lived his life YOLO style” (Cole’s motto) until he lost his battle on Remembrance Day two weeks after his 15th birthday. He now flies high with the angels.