This video was created for FACTOR 2020 and does not include any OsteoAngels added after 2/2020.
OsteoAngels added before 6/1/2022 will be included in the next video &shared at FACTOR 22.
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Anna was a blessing to all of us. She loved life and lived it with great love for her siblings, family, friends and her Lily cat. Anna loved reading, learning and studying her college course work, Scrabble, card and board games, knitting, and music. Her joy and talent playing flute and piano was a beautiful gift to all of us. Her music filled our house and our hearts. Anna was so caring, compassionate, considerate, caring, kind and helpful to everyone. She was beautiful inside and out and we miss her so incredibly much.
Alec loved life and handled everything with such grace. He fought with everything he had for 4.5 yrs.
Aliyah loved fashion, Instagram, trap music, her IPhone, her family, friends and her pups. She bravely accepted her diagnosis, amputation and Her Lord and Savior. Not once did she question why.
Anna loved soccer, art, reading, Harry Potter, and being with friends. Her smile lit up a room and she was such a positive force. She is loved and missed, always and forever.
Austin was a very interesting guy with many interests and hobbies. He was funny with the ability to make you belly laugh. Austin loved fishing as you can see by the smile on his face in this picture. He loved any kind of fishing, whether at the edge of the creek or pond, on grandpa Mark's small boat or deep sea fishing. He also loved photography, his bull dog Tank, his jeep, playing football, glass art, supporting his high school football team and he loved to be there for listening and solving problems when you needed him. He has taught us all so much about living life with a positive outlook and we miss him every single day.
Austin was a 13 year old boy who absolutely loved fishing and spending time with his family and friends. He was the sweetest, loving boy and best protective, caring big brother.
He loves sharks, facts and homemade tacos. He is out running in the mountains and exploring the deep seas.
Benjamin Hawkes enjoyed school excelled both academically & at sports.
A friend to all. A protector of the little guy. Hilarious. A hero to very many.
Brennan was a sweet, compassionate and shy kiddo. He loved spending time with the family with board and card games. He loved camping, motorcycle riding, swimming, shooting and cars. We know his is Heaven with our Savior and is no more pain.
AKA lil b and Bee. 8-years-old, from Bartlett, IL. Loved her family, dogs and cats, Minecraft, YouTube, painting, rainbows, and the color blue.
Brooke lived her life joyfully, deliberately, and at three times the pace of most anyone. Adventurous and fun, she was also public-spirited, full of grit and determination, and deeply loving. Absolutely there for all those in her life, she also eagerly embraced learning and challenges. An MD and internal medicine resident in the global health track at Stanford when she was diagnosed with osteosarcoma in February 2019, she aspired to improve cancer care in developing countries. She ultimately advocated on behalf of patient-centered medicine and taught us all much about grace.
Cailin was an avid competitive swimmer, medaling at Age Group Championships &earning a spot on the FL Zone Team. She attended Academy of Holy Names in Tampa, FL. She was equally strong in the classroom, recognized in 6th grade with the perseverance award, which is now named in her honor. Struggling for each breath, Cailin fought till the end. She smiled & said "Mommy, put your face next to mine." She then softly whispered, "Mommy, I GOT THIS!" Her final words proved she never lost hope.
Carmen was an extraordinary human! Her heart was huge. She cared about others more than she cared about what she was going through. She was smart and brave and was really going places in life. But osteosarcoma took that from her.
Carson Lewis was uniquely wonderful. He touched so many through his journey and continues to make us all better people. He believed everyone should be treated with kindness and he always stood up for anyone being treated unjust. He was a true warrior and fought so hard to live. He loved his sisters most and once said, “I’m so glad that it’s me with osteo and not one of my sisters. Because, I couldn’t bare watching them go through this.” He was the bravest, strongest, most wonderful person ever. He is love.
Carter had a joy for life and lived in the moment. He loved to spend his days climbing, biking, camping, swimming, and doing anything outside. He had a love of practical jokes and never left home without fake cockroaches to scare his next victim. Carter taught many people how to be tough and to live everyday to its fullest.
Catherine lived a life full of kindness, gentleness, good humor, warmth and love especially love for her 9 children and her husband Jim. She radiated acceptance and grace to all those she encountered. Catherine was anything but ordinary. She was an absolutely beautiful person inside and out. She could always be counted on for a good laugh, a warm smile and an open door to her family's home. Catherine was extraordinary especially at her battle against cancer and never gave up faith, and her dedication to her family and amidst her difficult journey she still offered joy and kindness to others. She remained kind and full of love.
Charlotte's warmth radiated through her sparkly blue eyes and beautiful smile. She was full of hope, humor, love and determination. No one did life quite like Charlotte.
Damon (13) was a Super Hero. He fought for other kids even though he was a kid himself. He wore a Captain America uniform to make other kids feel better. He was a Community Activist & Spokeskid. He caught the eye of Buddy Valastro, Katie Couric & Chris Evans. Heroes Never die! They become Legends!
Darcie loved being outdoors, riding dirt bikes, playing sports but her daddy and animals were her world. She was the most loving, caring, but stubborn little girl. She will be missed but everyone that got a chance to know her
Dylan was kind sweet and funny. He looked out for the kids he was in treatment with and those who knew him remember his grin, and how he would go out of his way to say hello to people.
Gavin had what we lovingly called an "old soul," not too terribly concerned with the technology and trends of his peers. Instead he had a quiet wisdom and found passions that went well beyond his years: he cared deeply for others, he loved to work, and he was a true outdoorsman. Gavin was loyal to his family and friends with a keen awareness of the needs of others. He loved fiercely, and believed in doing what was right - even if it meant it was hard. Gavin was and is so very loved - and that will never change.
Hayden was a gentle heart with a warrior spirit. He loved gaming and loved being with his brothers. We miss your beautiful light, buddy.
Hunter loved life. He loved weightlifting, animals, video games, and being with his family and friends. He would have done anything to still be here with us.
A dancer since age 2, Izzy appreciated the opportunities to express herself through art. In her most difficult times, Izzy found ways to help others in her community as Izzy felt called to use her voice and her story to inspire others. God is good all the time; All the time, God is good.
Jayden was a fun loving teen with a heart of gold. He was an amazingly talented soccer player with a competitive spirit which played a major part in his journey. Jayden touched many lives in his short 15 years here. He will forever be remembered for his kind heart and infectious smile.