DANNY SHEEHAN – AMERICAN IRISH WARRIOR

Sending our greetings to the wee American-Irish warrior young Danny Sheehan.

DANNY SHEEHAN #1

Their is nothing worse than the illness of a child, Something Dan and Natalie Sheehan know all about after they received the news that every parent dreads. Their young son Danny was only four when he was rushed to the hospital emergency Room to alleviate Danny’s sporadic vomiting and terrible headaches. Subsequent scans would show there was an abnormal mass on Danny’s brain. Transported to Boston Children’s Hospital, Danny immediately underwent surgery for hydrocephalus, swelling of the brain caused by what is now known to be Pineoblastoma, an aggressive and cancerous brain tumor.

Danny with his Mum and Dad at home in Marshfield, Massachusetts.

Danny has battled the disease since January 2017 and Officer Danny (yes, he was made an honorary police officer in by his hometown Police Department last year!) is a cheerful, energetic, funny, gregarious, and loving little boy who revels in making friends and mischief. Life has not dealt him a good hand but Danny continues to battle on and remains positive. The embodiment of the ‘warrior spirit’ and a inspiration to us.

You’re the fighter, you’ve got the fire
The spirit of a warrior, the champion’s heart
You fight for your life because the fighter never quits
You make the most of the hand you’re dealt
Because the quitter never wins
No!

You can keep up with Danny’s fight by connecting with the Facebook Page 4TheLoveOfDanny which regularly updates his progress to his legions of fans and admirers. Head over there and leave a message of support and join us and lend your hearts, prayers, and love to Danny as he, his family, and medical team fight his cancer.

GOFUNDME FUNDRAISER

Sending best wishes to our mate Vinny at this time too. All the best.

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