Trading cards, secret service and a tasty ice cream sandwich given to him by a Congressman were among the highlights of Donovan Stringer’s recent trip to Washington, D.C. Stringer and his parents, Lisa and Kevin, were guests of Akron Children’s Hospital for 2 days in the nation’s capital as part of Family Advocacy Day. Patient […]
Despite all his medical complications and the exhausting days of surgeries and treatments he’s endured, three year-old Chase Flaherty’s eyes open wide and he flashes a smile when his favorite song, Maroon 5’s “Moves Like Jagger,” is within earshot.
At first glance, Tyler Froats seems like the typical 19-year-old boy, with one foot still in his teen years and the other foot stepping timidly into adulthood. A 2010 graduate of Highland High School, Tyler is taking online college courses and loves to write songs and play his guitar. He works at Dick’s Sporting Goods and has an older sister and younger brother. But Tyler has had anything but a typical, carefree childhood due to a 13-year battle with cancer.