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BRITTANY COBB
The Cobb Family
I hear a song on the radio, the man sings "wake me up, when September ends". I see a set a colored wooden blocks like the ones at the dance studio.  I hear a child sing "Jesus loves me".  I see a "big-boy" car seat. I walk past a box of super hero valentines. I read poems about the "littlest soul". I think of Alex.  I think of his sweet smile, his courage, his journey, his memory, his family, and I pray.  We love you, Dentons.  Our lives have been touched by you and your Alex. We will always remember.
Katie Morin
Katie
I followed your cb story through another cb site that I followed and I always admired your strength and faith.  I never imagined that I would be put in your shoes after my 3 year old was diagnosed with ALL this year.  But your story has been my encouragement to keep strong in my faith and that all things through Him will work out.  Praying for you and your family today
Ned Cox
Dad
It seems impossible that Alex has been gone for four years. Of course sometimes it seems like forever since we've seen him, held him, or talked to him. But then it just somehow doesn't seem like four years since we had to say goodbye. You know, this is the first time I remember hearing about the night before. I remember all too well the events of the morning. I relive it time and time again when I lie down at night. I realize that you do as well. My heart breaks for losing Alex and it continues to break to know the pain and suffering that I know that you, Brian, and Anna endure daily. When someone you love dearly hurts, you hurt too. I had another dream about Alex a few weeks ago and I didn't want to wake up. We will never get over losing him in this world and I can't wait to be with him again in the next. I love you all with all my heart.
Timothy Good
Timothy Good
Me and my family followed Alex along his journey from your CB postings. We remind ourselves each day how special Alex and other St. Jude kids are. Alex is still working through us every single day. We continue to pray for all of you to heal and feel your angels love from above.
Ned Cox
Ned Cox
I know Alex would absolutely love Lauren. I know yesterday (Father's Day) was tough. There is never a day that I don't think of Alex. I see him everywhere I look. I remember the good times we had together. I treasure those memories. I can't wait to see him again and tell him how much we have missed him. Until then we will continue to fight the battle that he so bravely fought, raising money and giving hope to the children at St. Jude who so desperately need our help.
Ned Cox
Ned Cox
I know Alex would absolutely love Lauren. I know yesterday (Father's Day) was tough. There is never a day that I don't think of Alex. I see him everywhere I look. I remember the good times we had together. I treasure those memories. I can't wait to see him again and tell him how much we have missed him. Until then we will continue to fight the battle that he so bravely fought, raising money and giving hope to the children at St. Jude who so desperately need our help.
Lisa Wiley
Lisa Wiley
It breaks my heart some to think about how much you miss Alex. I grew so much sharing your journey from afar. I think of you all now and then and check in to see how you are doing. Even though I don't know you personally, I am praying for your comfort even now 3 1/2 years later. Take care.
Lisa Wiley
Lisa Wiley
It breaks my heart some to think about how much you miss Alex. I grew so much sharing your journey from afar. I think of you all now and then and check in to see how you are doing. Even though I don't know you personally, I am praying for your comfort even now 3 1/2 years later. Take care.
Keith Welch
Keith Welch
Alex,


I never got to meet you but you have brought me closer to God.  I will never forget your courage.  You touched my students as they made cards for you.  They always asked about you.  Two of my students made me tear up as they brought me a spider man build a bear and asked me to mail it to you.  I wish I could have brought it to you myself but you were too sick.  Just know that many people, myself included, loved you even though we never met you.  I will do my best to get to Heaven because I want to meet you and get you to show me around.  You have made a positive impact in many lives through your suffering.  There was another man named Jesus who did the same thing.  I know that you are buddies with him now.  Please put in a good word for me.  You will always be my hero.


Keith Welch - School Counselor at Poplar Grove Middle Franklin, TN


 


 
Keith Welch
Keith Welch
Alex,


I never got to meet you but you have brought me closer to God.  I will never forget your courage.  You touched my students as they made cards for you.  They always asked about you.  Two of my students made me tear up as they brought me a spider man build a bear and asked me to mail it to you.  I wish I could have brought it to you myself but you were too sick.  Just know that many people, myself included, loved you even though we never met you.  I will do my best to get to Heaven because I want to meet you and get you to show me around.  You have made a positive impact in many lives through your suffering.  There was another man named Jesus who did the same thing.  I know that you are buddies with him now.  Please put in a good word for me.  You will always be my hero.


Keith Welch - School Counselor at Poplar Grove Middle Franklin, TN


 


 
BRITTANY COBB
The Cobb Family
I hear a song on the radio, the man sings "wake me up, when September ends". I see a set a colored wooden blocks like the ones at the dance studio.  I hear a child sing "Jesus loves me".  I see a "big-boy" car seat. I walk past a box of super hero valentines. I read poems about the "littlest soul". I think of Alex.  I think of his sweet smile, his courage, his journey, his memory, his family, and I pray.  We love you, Dentons.  Our lives have been touched by you and your Alex. We will always remember.
Ned Cox
Dad
It seems impossible that Alex has been gone for four years. Of course sometimes it seems like forever since we've seen him, held him, or talked to him. But then it just somehow doesn't seem like four years since we had to say goodbye. You know, this is the first time I remember hearing about the night before. I remember all too well the events of the morning. I relive it time and time again when I lie down at night. I realize that you do as well. My heart breaks for losing Alex and it continues to break to know the pain and suffering that I know that you, Brian, and Anna endure daily. When someone you love dearly hurts, you hurt too. I had another dream about Alex a few weeks ago and I didn't want to wake up. We will never get over losing him in this world and I can't wait to be with him again in the next. I love you all with all my heart.
Ned Cox
Ned Cox
I know Alex would absolutely love Lauren. I know yesterday (Father's Day) was tough. There is never a day that I don't think of Alex. I see him everywhere I look. I remember the good times we had together. I treasure those memories. I can't wait to see him again and tell him how much we have missed him. Until then we will continue to fight the battle that he so bravely fought, raising money and giving hope to the children at St. Jude who so desperately need our help.
Lisa Wiley
Lisa Wiley
It breaks my heart some to think about how much you miss Alex. I grew so much sharing your journey from afar. I think of you all now and then and check in to see how you are doing. Even though I don't know you personally, I am praying for your comfort even now 3 1/2 years later. Take care.
Keith Welch
Keith Welch
Alex,


I never got to meet you but you have brought me closer to God.  I will never forget your courage.  You touched my students as they made cards for you.  They always asked about you.  Two of my students made me tear up as they brought me a spider man build a bear and asked me to mail it to you.  I wish I could have brought it to you myself but you were too sick.  Just know that many people, myself included, loved you even though we never met you.  I will do my best to get to Heaven because I want to meet you and get you to show me around.  You have made a positive impact in many lives through your suffering.  There was another man named Jesus who did the same thing.  I know that you are buddies with him now.  Please put in a good word for me.  You will always be my hero.


Keith Welch - School Counselor at Poplar Grove Middle Franklin, TN


 


 
Katie Morin
Katie
I followed your cb story through another cb site that I followed and I always admired your strength and faith.  I never imagined that I would be put in your shoes after my 3 year old was diagnosed with ALL this year.  But your story has been my encouragement to keep strong in my faith and that all things through Him will work out.  Praying for you and your family today
Timothy Good
Timothy Good
Me and my family followed Alex along his journey from your CB postings. We remind ourselves each day how special Alex and other St. Jude kids are. Alex is still working through us every single day. We continue to pray for all of you to heal and feel your angels love from above.
Ned Cox
Ned Cox
I know Alex would absolutely love Lauren. I know yesterday (Father's Day) was tough. There is never a day that I don't think of Alex. I see him everywhere I look. I remember the good times we had together. I treasure those memories. I can't wait to see him again and tell him how much we have missed him. Until then we will continue to fight the battle that he so bravely fought, raising money and giving hope to the children at St. Jude who so desperately need our help.
Lisa Wiley
Lisa Wiley
It breaks my heart some to think about how much you miss Alex. I grew so much sharing your journey from afar. I think of you all now and then and check in to see how you are doing. Even though I don't know you personally, I am praying for your comfort even now 3 1/2 years later. Take care.
Keith Welch
Keith Welch
Alex,


I never got to meet you but you have brought me closer to God.  I will never forget your courage.  You touched my students as they made cards for you.  They always asked about you.  Two of my students made me tear up as they brought me a spider man build a bear and asked me to mail it to you.  I wish I could have brought it to you myself but you were too sick.  Just know that many people, myself included, loved you even though we never met you.  I will do my best to get to Heaven because I want to meet you and get you to show me around.  You have made a positive impact in many lives through your suffering.  There was another man named Jesus who did the same thing.  I know that you are buddies with him now.  Please put in a good word for me.  You will always be my hero.


Keith Welch - School Counselor at Poplar Grove Middle Franklin, TN


 


 
BRITTANY COBB
The Cobb Family
I hear a song on the radio, the man sings "wake me up, when September ends". I see a set a colored wooden blocks like the ones at the dance studio.  I hear a child sing "Jesus loves me".  I see a "big-boy" car seat. I walk past a box of super hero valentines. I read poems about the "littlest soul". I think of Alex.  I think of his sweet smile, his courage, his journey, his memory, his family, and I pray.  We love you, Dentons.  Our lives have been touched by you and your Alex. We will always remember.
Timothy Good
Timothy Good
Me and my family followed Alex along his journey from your CB postings. We remind ourselves each day how special Alex and other St. Jude kids are. Alex is still working through us every single day. We continue to pray for all of you to heal and feel your angels love from above.
Lisa Wiley
Lisa Wiley
It breaks my heart some to think about how much you miss Alex. I grew so much sharing your journey from afar. I think of you all now and then and check in to see how you are doing. Even though I don't know you personally, I am praying for your comfort even now 3 1/2 years later. Take care.
Keith Welch
Keith Welch
Alex,


I never got to meet you but you have brought me closer to God.  I will never forget your courage.  You touched my students as they made cards for you.  They always asked about you.  Two of my students made me tear up as they brought me a spider man build a bear and asked me to mail it to you.  I wish I could have brought it to you myself but you were too sick.  Just know that many people, myself included, loved you even though we never met you.  I will do my best to get to Heaven because I want to meet you and get you to show me around.  You have made a positive impact in many lives through your suffering.  There was another man named Jesus who did the same thing.  I know that you are buddies with him now.  Please put in a good word for me.  You will always be my hero.


Keith Welch - School Counselor at Poplar Grove Middle Franklin, TN


 


 
Katie Morin
Katie
I followed your cb story through another cb site that I followed and I always admired your strength and faith.  I never imagined that I would be put in your shoes after my 3 year old was diagnosed with ALL this year.  But your story has been my encouragement to keep strong in my faith and that all things through Him will work out.  Praying for you and your family today
Ned Cox
Ned Cox
I know Alex would absolutely love Lauren. I know yesterday (Father's Day) was tough. There is never a day that I don't think of Alex. I see him everywhere I look. I remember the good times we had together. I treasure those memories. I can't wait to see him again and tell him how much we have missed him. Until then we will continue to fight the battle that he so bravely fought, raising money and giving hope to the children at St. Jude who so desperately need our help.
Keith Welch
Keith Welch
Alex,


I never got to meet you but you have brought me closer to God.  I will never forget your courage.  You touched my students as they made cards for you.  They always asked about you.  Two of my students made me tear up as they brought me a spider man build a bear and asked me to mail it to you.  I wish I could have brought it to you myself but you were too sick.  Just know that many people, myself included, loved you even though we never met you.  I will do my best to get to Heaven because I want to meet you and get you to show me around.  You have made a positive impact in many lives through your suffering.  There was another man named Jesus who did the same thing.  I know that you are buddies with him now.  Please put in a good word for me.  You will always be my hero.


Keith Welch - School Counselor at Poplar Grove Middle Franklin, TN


 


 
Ned Cox
Dad
It seems impossible that Alex has been gone for four years. Of course sometimes it seems like forever since we've seen him, held him, or talked to him. But then it just somehow doesn't seem like four years since we had to say goodbye. You know, this is the first time I remember hearing about the night before. I remember all too well the events of the morning. I relive it time and time again when I lie down at night. I realize that you do as well. My heart breaks for losing Alex and it continues to break to know the pain and suffering that I know that you, Brian, and Anna endure daily. When someone you love dearly hurts, you hurt too. I had another dream about Alex a few weeks ago and I didn't want to wake up. We will never get over losing him in this world and I can't wait to be with him again in the next. I love you all with all my heart.
Ned Cox
Ned Cox
I know Alex would absolutely love Lauren. I know yesterday (Father's Day) was tough. There is never a day that I don't think of Alex. I see him everywhere I look. I remember the good times we had together. I treasure those memories. I can't wait to see him again and tell him how much we have missed him. Until then we will continue to fight the battle that he so bravely fought, raising money and giving hope to the children at St. Jude who so desperately need our help.
Lisa Wiley
Lisa Wiley
It breaks my heart some to think about how much you miss Alex. I grew so much sharing your journey from afar. I think of you all now and then and check in to see how you are doing. Even though I don't know you personally, I am praying for your comfort even now 3 1/2 years later. Take care.