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Noah was a freshman in high school when he was diagnosed with Ewing Sarcoma cancer at age 15. Noah fought Ewing’s Sarcoma with courage and strength for two years. Noah became an Angel at age 17, on March 8, 2014. Ewing’s Sarcoma is a very aggressive primary form of bone cancer and can be located in the bone or soft issue around the bone. Noah loved the outdoors, fishing, kayaking, and dirt biking and snowmobiling and having his girlfriend Kyleah and friends over for a campfire. Noah enjoyed helping out at the family farm. Noah had an awesome sense of humor we all loved and compassion for others. Noah loved football and played for the Gladbrook-Reinbeck Rebels football team. Noah was a big fan of the Iowa Hawkeyes. Noah was a member of the Gladbrook Gals & Guys 4-H club and enjoyed bowling on the Gladbrook Youth Team. Our lives will never be the same, our hearts are broken. But Noah showed us when you die, it does not mean you lose to cancer. You beat cancer by how you live and in the manner in which you live. Noah beat cancer by his actions, his words of wisdom, in which he gained as he grew up so fast so young. Noah continues to be an inspiration to us all. The Lincoln Savings Bank is taking donations under “Noah’s Love”. If you would like to make a donation for the silent auction, please contact one of contact numbers above. It is our hope to spread awareness and raise funds to support families fighting Ewing’s and research for new and better, less toxic treatment options for children and teens and hopefully one day a cure. We plan on also making a donation to the Keegan Dobbs family, Keegan is fighting Wilms Tumor cancer. No children or teens should have to fight cancer. we than you for your support A T J (At This Juncture)

 
 

 

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