Skip to comments.Tennessee teen Katelyn Norman dies after heroic fight against bone cancer
Posted on 03/29/2013 4:48:27 PM PDT by deoetdoctrinae
In her tragically short 14 years of life, the young girl spread more hope than most people do even until old age. She had been fighting bone cancer for two years when her doctors told her that her diagnosis was terminal.
Despite this heartbreaking news, Katelyn's winning smile rarely left her face as she compiled a "bucket list," determined to appreciate every day as much as she could.
(Excerpt) Read more at nydailynews.com ...
I hope I’ll be that positive when my time comes.
she was honored and remembered on “the five” on Fox News tonight.
Very touching story. RIP Katelyn.
Scammers are already on the prowl.
What a jewel. She should be a poster girl for cancer research money.
Katelyn is with the Lord, and is now one of heaven’s radiant angels.
TERMINAL CANCER SUFFERER, 14, WHO WANTED TO ATTEND A PROM (shorten)
I had read your post yesterday and it knotted my chest up. Was following the story on local news here in East Tennessee, and thought I would post this follow up when I heard she had gone Home.
Just wanted to give folks who didn’t see the story a chance to read it and learn more about this remarkable girl. Her short life and the way she lived it makes the problems of my life look very small especially considering I’ve already lived four times long than she did.
Had Angela Tarantula crying on “The Five”.
God Bless this courageous little girl..she showed so much bravery and grace throughout her ordeal..RIP Katelyn
And today is Good Friday....Guess where she is now? She carried her cross with grace...
Bless her and may her family find comfort and peace in her wonderful memory.
I admire her courage. R.I.P., Katelyn.
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