Joshua Caleb Palladino
Since that day Joshua has been fighting for his life in SBU and we recently learned this is a battle he will ultimately lose.
Joshua's parents, Keith and Angie, have been by his side since he was born and will be until his final moments.
While they have been out of work and holding his hand, the medical bills have been piling up. If that isn't difficult enough, they now have to do the un-thinkable and to find a way to bury their beautiful Angel.
There is no goal amount set because I don't see how we can put a dollar sign on this beautiful little boys life.
There are no words of comfort we can offer but any donations to help this heartbroken family with some of their financial burden is GREATLY appreciated.
"Too beautiful for this earth"
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Please help and donate what you can!!!!!
When my little Jessica died at birth in 1977, the funeral parlor donated their services and she was burried inside the casket of Uncle Emnett who had recently died. In upstate New York people who die in the winter are put into a freezer until the ground can be dug in the springtime. That is why Jessica could be burried with her great uncle even though they died on different days. I would suggest talking to the local funeral parlor to see if they have a benevolent account for an occurance such as this. Also there is an organization for families of children who die before, during, or soon after birth. I don't know the name but I know they had a Christmas service last year in the Westhampton beach area.
Rest in peace little angel!!
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