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Judy Powell
Judy Powell
This is the most wonderful news!!!  As a cancer survivor I can identify with the last day for chemo!!!  Yea Brighton!!! You have been such a trooper through all your treatments, etc. You have a strong character & will able to help others in pain in the future. Glad you got to make a dinasour. How fun was that?  Congrats to the entire family for this journey.  
dan brooks
Dan Brooks
God bless Brighton and the Taylor family. God bless the doctors and nurses and everyone who has helped that special little boy. Prayers will not stop for you all. You have become like a part of many peoples families. Thank you for sharing your life with us. We all wish the very best to Brighton. 

Denny Taylor
Denny Taylor
We hope that he is doing much better and that he can come home and be well enough to go back to school and resume his other activities. Your family is always in our thoughts and prayers and we send our love to all of you. Keep fighting and never lose hope.
Grandpa Denny and Grandma Pat
dan brooks
Dan Brooks
A lot has happened in the past 3 1/2 years to the Taylor family. Brighton has grown so much and is such a strong young man. You guys have all stuck together and always been there for each other. You also are smart and go to the ER or doctor and catch things quickly. That's a good thing for all of us to remember. 
Everyone is wishing all the Taylor's a wonderful Thanksgiving and we thank you for keeping us in your circle and share your journey. 
God bless you all.

Tara Azwell
Tara Azwell
I am so sorry to hear that you and your family are dealing with a hospital stay again.  How disappointing.  Brighton is going to be the toughest young man ever with all the training he has had.  It is a good thing that he has his dad's sharp wit and sense of humor (as if there could be anything funny in this situation!) to help him through.  Our thoughts are with you all.  Know that we are pulling for you.  Tara and Dave Azwell
Judy Powell
Judy Powell
This is the most wonderful news!!!  As a cancer survivor I can identify with the last day for chemo!!!  Yea Brighton!!! You have been such a trooper through all your treatments, etc. You have a strong character & will able to help others in pain in the future. Glad you got to make a dinasour. How fun was that?  Congrats to the entire family for this journey.  
dan brooks
Dan Brooks
A lot has happened in the past 3 1/2 years to the Taylor family. Brighton has grown so much and is such a strong young man. You guys have all stuck together and always been there for each other. You also are smart and go to the ER or doctor and catch things quickly. That's a good thing for all of us to remember. 
Everyone is wishing all the Taylor's a wonderful Thanksgiving and we thank you for keeping us in your circle and share your journey. 
God bless you all.

Tara Azwell
Tara Azwell
I am so sorry to hear that you and your family are dealing with a hospital stay again.  How disappointing.  Brighton is going to be the toughest young man ever with all the training he has had.  It is a good thing that he has his dad's sharp wit and sense of humor (as if there could be anything funny in this situation!) to help him through.  Our thoughts are with you all.  Know that we are pulling for you.  Tara and Dave Azwell
dan brooks
Dan Brooks
God bless Brighton and the Taylor family. God bless the doctors and nurses and everyone who has helped that special little boy. Prayers will not stop for you all. You have become like a part of many peoples families. Thank you for sharing your life with us. We all wish the very best to Brighton. 

Denny Taylor
Denny Taylor
We hope that he is doing much better and that he can come home and be well enough to go back to school and resume his other activities. Your family is always in our thoughts and prayers and we send our love to all of you. Keep fighting and never lose hope.
Grandpa Denny and Grandma Pat
Judy Powell
Judy Powell
This is the most wonderful news!!!  As a cancer survivor I can identify with the last day for chemo!!!  Yea Brighton!!! You have been such a trooper through all your treatments, etc. You have a strong character & will able to help others in pain in the future. Glad you got to make a dinasour. How fun was that?  Congrats to the entire family for this journey.  
dan brooks
Dan Brooks
A lot has happened in the past 3 1/2 years to the Taylor family. Brighton has grown so much and is such a strong young man. You guys have all stuck together and always been there for each other. You also are smart and go to the ER or doctor and catch things quickly. That's a good thing for all of us to remember. 
Everyone is wishing all the Taylor's a wonderful Thanksgiving and we thank you for keeping us in your circle and share your journey. 
God bless you all.

dan brooks
Dan Brooks
God bless Brighton and the Taylor family. God bless the doctors and nurses and everyone who has helped that special little boy. Prayers will not stop for you all. You have become like a part of many peoples families. Thank you for sharing your life with us. We all wish the very best to Brighton. 

Denny Taylor
Denny Taylor
We hope that he is doing much better and that he can come home and be well enough to go back to school and resume his other activities. Your family is always in our thoughts and prayers and we send our love to all of you. Keep fighting and never lose hope.
Grandpa Denny and Grandma Pat
Tara Azwell
Tara Azwell
I am so sorry to hear that you and your family are dealing with a hospital stay again.  How disappointing.  Brighton is going to be the toughest young man ever with all the training he has had.  It is a good thing that he has his dad's sharp wit and sense of humor (as if there could be anything funny in this situation!) to help him through.  Our thoughts are with you all.  Know that we are pulling for you.  Tara and Dave Azwell