Throughout his four-year battle with cancer, allograft recipient Hunter Neelley amazed friends and family with his ability to always put others before himself. His positive attitude endured, even when he faced difficult rounds of chemotherapy and surgery to replace part of his femur with a donor bone.
When friends and family gathered to say goodbye to Hunter, the gym at Elizabeth High School was so full that the fire department had to temporarily waive its capacity limit.
His faithful spirit in the face of adversity lives on through his family, friends and many supporters.
Read more about Hunter’s life here.