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Make Sure Adam Is Not Alone This Holiday Season

Your contributions to Adam's journal this year made sure that they never felt alone. Your tax-deductible donation in Adam's honor will make sure that Caringbridge continues to bring hope and healing to those who need it most.

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Mardi Dodington
Mardi Dodington
We were all thinking of you on April 15th. It was a nice idea to deliver the cake to Ronald McDonald House. As nice as it was to visit everyone, I'm sure that it was also very difficult to walk in those doors again. Thanks for sharing your wonderful memories of Adam's birth with all of us. Never stop sharing your memories - we are honoured to have the privilege to read them.

 

Love,

Mardi, John, Andrew & Hannah Dodington
Nancy Smokler
Nancy Smokler
Hello my friends.   It was a privilege to spend a few moments with you at the blood donor clinic.  I think of you often, and I only wish that I could do more than just send good wishes.  I thought about you on Monday, but I couldn't bring myself to read your entry.  Such a coward knowing what you still endure - I read it today and as predicted it touched my heart like all of your journey has.  Please know that Adam will never ever be forgotten and your courage and strength is ever present, whether you feel it or not on these terribly difficult occasions.  I am honoured to be able to say I know you and I thank you for allowing us to be a part of your lives.  Hugs, as always.


Nancy and Family
Stephanie Gallant
Stephanie Gallant
The most courageous, inspiring young man, left us way too soon. It is the responsibility of all of us to continue to honour and dedicate whatever time, resources, efforts, etc we can as individuals to help make a difference. I remember Adam helping a fellow cyclist up some hills on Tour for Kids Alberta in 2010 - he never gave up, and neither should we.
Brenda Walker
Brenda Walker
Hello Lorraine.Thank you so much for sharing Adams Message, your feelings and thoughts.
I live too far away to be able to attend the memorial 
But..Adam and your family will be in my thoughts
Love and Kind thoughtsAs Always
Brenda Down Under.Christchurch ( New Zealand)
Nancy Smokler
Nancy Smokler
Hello my friends.   It was a privilege to spend a few moments with you at the blood donor clinic.  I think of you often, and I only wish that I could do more than just send good wishes.  I thought about you on Monday, but I couldn't bring myself to read your entry.  Such a coward knowing what you still endure - I read it today and as predicted it touched my heart like all of your journey has.  Please know that Adam will never ever be forgotten and your courage and strength is ever present, whether you feel it or not on these terribly difficult occasions.  I am honoured to be able to say I know you and I thank you for allowing us to be a part of your lives.  Hugs, as always.


Nancy and Family
Stephanie Gallant
Stephanie Gallant
The most courageous, inspiring young man, left us way too soon. It is the responsibility of all of us to continue to honour and dedicate whatever time, resources, efforts, etc we can as individuals to help make a difference. I remember Adam helping a fellow cyclist up some hills on Tour for Kids Alberta in 2010 - he never gave up, and neither should we.
Mardi Dodington
Mardi Dodington
We were all thinking of you on April 15th. It was a nice idea to deliver the cake to Ronald McDonald House. As nice as it was to visit everyone, I'm sure that it was also very difficult to walk in those doors again. Thanks for sharing your wonderful memories of Adam's birth with all of us. Never stop sharing your memories - we are honoured to have the privilege to read them.

 

Love,

Mardi, John, Andrew & Hannah Dodington
Brenda Walker
Brenda Walker
Hello Lorraine.Thank you so much for sharing Adams Message, your feelings and thoughts.
I live too far away to be able to attend the memorial 
But..Adam and your family will be in my thoughts
Love and Kind thoughtsAs Always
Brenda Down Under.Christchurch ( New Zealand)
Stephanie Gallant
Stephanie Gallant
The most courageous, inspiring young man, left us way too soon. It is the responsibility of all of us to continue to honour and dedicate whatever time, resources, efforts, etc we can as individuals to help make a difference. I remember Adam helping a fellow cyclist up some hills on Tour for Kids Alberta in 2010 - he never gave up, and neither should we.
Brenda Walker
Brenda Walker
Hello Lorraine.Thank you so much for sharing Adams Message, your feelings and thoughts.
I live too far away to be able to attend the memorial 
But..Adam and your family will be in my thoughts
Love and Kind thoughtsAs Always
Brenda Down Under.Christchurch ( New Zealand)
Mardi Dodington
Mardi Dodington
We were all thinking of you on April 15th. It was a nice idea to deliver the cake to Ronald McDonald House. As nice as it was to visit everyone, I'm sure that it was also very difficult to walk in those doors again. Thanks for sharing your wonderful memories of Adam's birth with all of us. Never stop sharing your memories - we are honoured to have the privilege to read them.

 

Love,

Mardi, John, Andrew & Hannah Dodington
Nancy Smokler
Nancy Smokler
Hello my friends.   It was a privilege to spend a few moments with you at the blood donor clinic.  I think of you often, and I only wish that I could do more than just send good wishes.  I thought about you on Monday, but I couldn't bring myself to read your entry.  Such a coward knowing what you still endure - I read it today and as predicted it touched my heart like all of your journey has.  Please know that Adam will never ever be forgotten and your courage and strength is ever present, whether you feel it or not on these terribly difficult occasions.  I am honoured to be able to say I know you and I thank you for allowing us to be a part of your lives.  Hugs, as always.


Nancy and Family