In Memory Of Kaiden
Kaiden Wesley Colston was born December 26, 2002. He was the second of four children. Though he was born with one arm that hadn't fully developed, he never let that stop him from doing what he loved. Kaiden was a very active young man who loved Football and Wrestling. He amazed everyone with his All Star ability both in sports and at home. Kaiden's baby sister describes him as her nice brother. Kaiden's little brother knows no family event or sibling rivalry without Kaiden by his side. His older brother looked up to Kaiden and admired his fearlessness. Kaiden's parents are beyond heart broken as they now have to do what all parents fear the most, lay their baby to rest. The family is asking for anyone who is able to please make a donation to help us honor the life of our beloved Kaiden, who's life was tragically taken far too soon. Kaiden, despite his disability, always pressed on and never used that as a crutch. In fact, we always wondered if he realized he even had a disability. This go fund me account was started as a way to assist in lifting the stress of trying to worry about how to pay for a funeral and giving the family some relief so they can grieve the loss of their child, brother, grandson, nephew, and cousin. Both parents work and work hard but as is often the case they didn't have insurance and fight to make ends meet. Any donation regardless of size would be very appreciated by the family in their time of need.
Thank you everyone for your generosity. The family believes your donations will cover the cost of a headstone and are going to close the Go Fund Me once the program allows them to do so. Thank you all for your kind words and prayers during this difficult time. God Bless you all!
Thank you everyone for your generosity. Please continue to share! We are now hoping to get as close to the goal as possible for his headstone, thanks to the kind soul or souls who just anonymously paid for the entire funeral. Thank you thank you thank you!!! This has taken a huge burden off our shoulders. We can not express how grateful we are to each of you!