Noah was my 4 year old son who passed into Gods care on May 18th 2012 after a long and hard fight with cancer. Noah's life has touched thousands across the globe. His life was full of joy and his laughter was contagious. Even in the hardship of battling cancer and the effects of treatment, he still found ways to smile and love the people around him unconditionally. He lived his life as full as he could - 100%
Noah's legacy lives on through the non profit foundation established in his honor. The Noah Crowe Foundation exists to provide cameras and other equipment to families of children who are fighting life threatening and terminal illnesses so they will be able to save invaluable digital memories.
Please join us in this effort to help families who may face a future without their children. Help us provide cameras so they can preserve digital memories.
This is the song I wrote for my son, Noah Alexander Crowe
Noah Alexander Crowe passed into the arms of Jesus on May 18th, 2012. His memorial service was held at Friendship Church in Athens Alabama on Saturday May 26th.
Noah was adored by his family and loved by thousands of friends and even those who had never met him. His story is an inspiration of love, determination, making the best of bad situations and choosing to live life at 100%.
He will be severely missed. His laughter was contagious, his smile - beautiful.
He was the bravest boy to ever live
Read his complete story at www.prayfornoah.com
Noah had the best faces. from happy to sad, mad or loving - his face would always make us smile
These are some of our favorite pictures, and Noah's most favorite song
Noah underwent radiation treatment in the months of February and March of 2011. During the treatment, the Homewood Church of Christ made available an apartment for us to stay in. These are just some of the things we did to pass the time.
Noah's radiation treatments always involved him being put to sleep. After each treatment his wake up recovery time was very sweet. This is a clip of one of those times