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Posting RE: Noah

Monday, November 23, 2009

Our Angel
Posted 4 hours ago (Carepages website)
After a long battle with Stage IV Neruorblastoma cancer, Monday morning at 8:02 AM, Noah Biorkman passed away at his home in South Lyon, Michigan.
Scott and I, along with our families, would like to thank everyone for the continued support over the past few years during Noah’s illness. As most of you know, Noah has received more than one million Christmas cards over the past few weeks. The outpouring of love and compassion has been remarkable and we are extremely grateful. We are now asking for everyone please respect our privacy during this very difficult time. The funeral services will be for family only. We are asking that instead of sending cards and flowers to Scott and me; please make a donation in Noah’s name to either of the organizations below. With your donation, Noah’s legacy will live on for many years to come, if not forever.
Thank you so much for your support and love.
The Biorkman Family
Please send donations to the following:
Department of Pediatrics and Oncology
University of Michigan
1500 East Medical Center Drive
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48109-5718
Checks payable to: The University of Michigan – Noah’s Pediatric Oncology Fund
Make-A-Wish Foundation of Michigan
230 Huron View Blvd.
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48103
Checks payable to: Make-A-Wish Foundation of Michigan – Memo: Noah Biorkman
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    I'm glad that he got the cards he wanted before he passed on. Hopefully word that people should stop spreads quickly enough that this doesn't drag out as something his family has to sort though.

    It's wonderful of them to ask for further gifts to go to charities rather than to themselves.
    4267 days ago
    Thank you for passing this along.

    - Josie
    4272 days ago
    So sad to hear.
    4272 days ago
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