South San Francisco, CA September 3, 2022
It was on July 5, 2013, that her family welcomed this sweet little one into the world with dreams and plans for an amazing future to unfold. Little did they know that at the tender age of 19 months Emily Taylor Choi would be diagnosed with High-Risk Neuroblastoma, which she bravely fought for 18 months. She left us on August 7, 2016, a month after turning 3 years of age.
Our heartfelt sympathies go out to Emily’s family and friends, such a tremendous loss for us all.
Please remember Emily, today and every September.
Because kids get cancer too.
Every year the City of South San Francisco remembers and honors the young ones that have had to battle cancer by lighting ‘Juliana’s lite tree’ on Sign Hill and City Hall in GOLD, the color associated with Childhood Cancer. If you have a child in your circle that you would like remembered, please CLICK HERE.
For more information on Childhood Cancer from Everything South City please CLICK HERE.
They say a person dies twice, once with their last breath, and again when their name is no longer spoken.