The Children's Lighthouse of Fairfield lost one of their beloved students on Wednesday 8-30-17.
On Monday evening during the flooding caused by Hurricane Harvey litte Noah had a severe asthma attack. Due to heavy flooding the ambulance was unable to get to Noah's house to get him. Noah's Mom Tina had to carry Noah through the flood waters to meet the ambulance. While receiving CPR one of Noah's lungs collapsed. Noah was life flighted from North Cypress on Huffmeister to Texas Children's Hospital. There was no room on the helicopter for Noah's mom Tina so her friend Shannon drove her to the hospital. Once little Noah reached the hospital he was in a coma and on life support for 3 days. Noah leaves behind his mom Tina Galam, his little brother Hunter, and big sister Amiyah.
Noah was loving and energetic, and lit up the room with his presence. He was loved by all of his teachers and friends. He was a brave young man and loved a challenge. Always up for a new adventure. Noah was very respectful and a leader to his peers. He loved playing video games, watching scary movies, home cooked meals and Pokemon.
Noah was a bright student with straight A's and an above average reading level at Lamkin Elementary in Cy-Fair ISD. He had just moved to another Cy-Fair school, Ault Elementary, where he was suppsosed to have attended this school year.
Please see into your heart and help Tina with all of the heartwrentching expenses for Noahs medical and funeral expenses. Tina also lost her car in this flood and will need help buying a car as well.
No amount of money will ease the pain of loosing a child, as no parent should ever have to feel this pain. We ask everyone to support our fundraising effort to offer a little peace of mind to Noah's family that he will receive the proper funeral and burial service.