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Candyce McCann
Candyce McCann
I have seen Trevor's interview on The Truth365.  He was an old soul, clearly changed by his lifelong battle with cancer.  It was poignant, too, as he spoke of growing old with his grandchildren by his side.  But I was so touched, knowing the legacy that he has given us, not just with Trevor's Treasures, but with his life.  Trevor always thought of others -- his family, his friends, other children in the hospital, and people he didn't even know (like airports!).  Despite the eventual outcome, I think Trevor's life can be described with the word across the banner above:  HOPE.  And Shannon, that is what I pray for you in the coming months:  hope.

With love and prayers always,
Jenni Green
Jenni Green
There isnt a day that goes by that I dont think of Trevor or of you Shannon.  Trevor left a mark on the world in the short amount of time he was here and there are so many lives that you both touched.  I can't imagine it is easy in anyway and I dont know if it will ever get easier...but I hope you can find some comfort and peace in knowing that our time here is short and you will again one day be reunited for eternity! 

Hugs
The Green Family
amanda  thompson
Amanda Thompson (Gober sis)
Sending love to your family Trevor today, tomorrow and Always. I know you are flying high with the angels and spreading your love and strength to your family and friends. While I never met you, your brave courageous journey has inspired so many of us to live and love...you touched all our hearts with your courage and strength. May god bless your family and may you watch over them all.
Kate Justice
Kate
I've been struggling with the loss of my sister. She died unexpectedly. She was 39 and left behind a husband and three children. I've been feeling rather sorry for myself. Then I got an email from Upworthy this morning. In the email was a video featuring your son, Trevor. He stood out to me because he just seemed so strong and mature. His words of wanting to grow old and die with his grandchildren by his side about ripped my heart out. When I thought about it, he's the same age as my youngest nephew. Trevor just seems beyond his years.  

What Trevor made me realize this morning is that I'm here -- now. I'm here and I still have a chance. Instead of mopping around and being lost in my thoughts, what am I going to do today? How am I going to get out in the world and enjoy every second of it? What can I do to make this place better starting with today? You forget to think about these very important things and people like Trevor make you remember. 

So although your angel is gone, he's still leaving a big impact on people. This morning he left a big impact on me. Thank you for your son and your strength. May you find peace. 
Cindy Kerr
Cindy Kerr
I had the opportunity to meet and sew pillowcases with  Trevor several years ago while he was at CHOP.  I enjoyed hearing about Trevor's Treasures. I have followed Trevor's journey and was saddened to hear of his passing.  It has been 5 years since we lost Ryan and I miss him every day
Our coordinator for our Norfolk chapter needs to resign and I was wondering if you might know of any one who might want to coordinate the pillowcases for Norfolk hospital.  Thanks for any advice you might have. cindy@conkerrcancer.org
Candyce McCann
Candyce McCann
I have seen Trevor's interview on The Truth365.  He was an old soul, clearly changed by his lifelong battle with cancer.  It was poignant, too, as he spoke of growing old with his grandchildren by his side.  But I was so touched, knowing the legacy that he has given us, not just with Trevor's Treasures, but with his life.  Trevor always thought of others -- his family, his friends, other children in the hospital, and people he didn't even know (like airports!).  Despite the eventual outcome, I think Trevor's life can be described with the word across the banner above:  HOPE.  And Shannon, that is what I pray for you in the coming months:  hope.

With love and prayers always,
Jenni Green
Jenni Green
There isnt a day that goes by that I dont think of Trevor or of you Shannon.  Trevor left a mark on the world in the short amount of time he was here and there are so many lives that you both touched.  I can't imagine it is easy in anyway and I dont know if it will ever get easier...but I hope you can find some comfort and peace in knowing that our time here is short and you will again one day be reunited for eternity! 

Hugs
The Green Family
amanda  thompson
Amanda Thompson (Gober sis)
Sending love to your family Trevor today, tomorrow and Always. I know you are flying high with the angels and spreading your love and strength to your family and friends. While I never met you, your brave courageous journey has inspired so many of us to live and love...you touched all our hearts with your courage and strength. May god bless your family and may you watch over them all.
Kate Justice
Kate
I've been struggling with the loss of my sister. She died unexpectedly. She was 39 and left behind a husband and three children. I've been feeling rather sorry for myself. Then I got an email from Upworthy this morning. In the email was a video featuring your son, Trevor. He stood out to me because he just seemed so strong and mature. His words of wanting to grow old and die with his grandchildren by his side about ripped my heart out. When I thought about it, he's the same age as my youngest nephew. Trevor just seems beyond his years.  

What Trevor made me realize this morning is that I'm here -- now. I'm here and I still have a chance. Instead of mopping around and being lost in my thoughts, what am I going to do today? How am I going to get out in the world and enjoy every second of it? What can I do to make this place better starting with today? You forget to think about these very important things and people like Trevor make you remember. 

So although your angel is gone, he's still leaving a big impact on people. This morning he left a big impact on me. Thank you for your son and your strength. May you find peace. 
Cindy Kerr
Cindy Kerr
I had the opportunity to meet and sew pillowcases with  Trevor several years ago while he was at CHOP.  I enjoyed hearing about Trevor's Treasures. I have followed Trevor's journey and was saddened to hear of his passing.  It has been 5 years since we lost Ryan and I miss him every day
Our coordinator for our Norfolk chapter needs to resign and I was wondering if you might know of any one who might want to coordinate the pillowcases for Norfolk hospital.  Thanks for any advice you might have. cindy@conkerrcancer.org
Candyce McCann
Candyce McCann
I have seen Trevor's interview on The Truth365.  He was an old soul, clearly changed by his lifelong battle with cancer.  It was poignant, too, as he spoke of growing old with his grandchildren by his side.  But I was so touched, knowing the legacy that he has given us, not just with Trevor's Treasures, but with his life.  Trevor always thought of others -- his family, his friends, other children in the hospital, and people he didn't even know (like airports!).  Despite the eventual outcome, I think Trevor's life can be described with the word across the banner above:  HOPE.  And Shannon, that is what I pray for you in the coming months:  hope.

With love and prayers always,
Kate Justice
Kate
I've been struggling with the loss of my sister. She died unexpectedly. She was 39 and left behind a husband and three children. I've been feeling rather sorry for myself. Then I got an email from Upworthy this morning. In the email was a video featuring your son, Trevor. He stood out to me because he just seemed so strong and mature. His words of wanting to grow old and die with his grandchildren by his side about ripped my heart out. When I thought about it, he's the same age as my youngest nephew. Trevor just seems beyond his years.  

What Trevor made me realize this morning is that I'm here -- now. I'm here and I still have a chance. Instead of mopping around and being lost in my thoughts, what am I going to do today? How am I going to get out in the world and enjoy every second of it? What can I do to make this place better starting with today? You forget to think about these very important things and people like Trevor make you remember. 

So although your angel is gone, he's still leaving a big impact on people. This morning he left a big impact on me. Thank you for your son and your strength. May you find peace. 
amanda  thompson
Amanda Thompson (Gober sis)
Sending love to your family Trevor today, tomorrow and Always. I know you are flying high with the angels and spreading your love and strength to your family and friends. While I never met you, your brave courageous journey has inspired so many of us to live and love...you touched all our hearts with your courage and strength. May god bless your family and may you watch over them all.
Cindy Kerr
Cindy Kerr
I had the opportunity to meet and sew pillowcases with  Trevor several years ago while he was at CHOP.  I enjoyed hearing about Trevor's Treasures. I have followed Trevor's journey and was saddened to hear of his passing.  It has been 5 years since we lost Ryan and I miss him every day
Our coordinator for our Norfolk chapter needs to resign and I was wondering if you might know of any one who might want to coordinate the pillowcases for Norfolk hospital.  Thanks for any advice you might have. cindy@conkerrcancer.org
Jenni Green
Jenni Green
There isnt a day that goes by that I dont think of Trevor or of you Shannon.  Trevor left a mark on the world in the short amount of time he was here and there are so many lives that you both touched.  I can't imagine it is easy in anyway and I dont know if it will ever get easier...but I hope you can find some comfort and peace in knowing that our time here is short and you will again one day be reunited for eternity! 

Hugs
The Green Family