Trevor Kott ~ Born October 14th, 2006 ~ At Rest on April 25th, 2007

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For those of you who have been visiting this page; quite a few weeks ago a little boy named Trevor Kott found his way into my heart.

Trevor was born on October 14th, 2006,with a very rare type of cancer called AML (Acute Myeloid Leukemia). He endured 5 rounds of chemotherapy in hopes of keeping the cancer at bay until a compatible bone marrow donor could be found. As time went on and no donor could be located, and Trevor grew more ill.

In his short, but meaningful life, Trevor summoned up the good in people. He challenged strangers to answer a call to be good to each other; to take care of one another.

He made us take notice that, yes… one person can make a difference.

It was with great sadness and a heavy heart that I tell you, God called Trevor home this morning.trevor-kott-_2.jpg

Some people search their entire lives in the pursuit of happiness, scurrying to fulfill a purpose, and struggling to understand the meaning of their lives. Trevor did all of that with what little time he had with all of us here on earth.

Trevor is a messenger. Countless lives will no doubt be saved because of the spirit of giving that Trevor invoked at the drives held in his honor.

Please remember the Kott family in your prayers as they mourn the loss of their sweet baby. May Heaven hold him tight tonight.

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One Response to “Trevor Kott ~ Born October 14th, 2006 ~ At Rest on April 25th, 2007”

  1. headmutha April 26, 2007 at 3:20 am #

    We have been following and fighting for Trevor as best we could from where we are. He has touched our lives. He has moved us in ways that only an angel could. My life is better for knowing about him and his family. We will continue to fight for others like Little Trevor and move forward with our Bone Marrow Drives. I know that his life will go VERY NOTICED. Because of him, he will save others in the future. Thank you Kott family for opening your lives and your hearts with all of us.

    Much respect,

    Rocky

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