In Memory of Kaden
Kaden Smith was born on May 11, 2001 in Round Rock, Texas. He was diagnosed with epilepsy at the age of 4, and despite the challenges, he was a very brave little boy with a heart of gold. On August 3, 2010, Kaden lost his battle with epilepsy. Kaden loved his family, friends, and family pets. Kaden also loved playing baseball, building with Legos, and playing Wii and Nintendo DS with his little brother and friends. Kaden’s older sister, Kaylee, is also diagnosed with epilepsy. “Losing our sweet nine-year-old son was the most painful, heart-breaking thing our family has ever experienced. We miss Kaden every day and wish we could hug him one more time. And unfortunately, we are not alone. There are many more families out there who have experienced the same devastating loss of their loved one. Even more, suffer every day from repeatedly having seizures that cannot be controlled. We believe it’s time for a change! We are encouraged every day to make a difference and to honor sweet Kaden for all he has done and all he continues to do through his memory.” This fund was created In Memory of Kaden (IM OK) to support research, education, and services for epilepsy.
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IM OK Lunch & Shop:
Ladies, if you don’t golf, you don’t have to stay home! We have a Lunch & Shop event for you!! Come enjoy a great lunch while taking in the beautiful views at River Place Country Club… all while bidding on our incredible silent auction items! Please help us fight epilepsy and save lives in memory of our sweet Kaden!! To register, go to https://epilepsygolf.com/epilepsy-im-ok-lunch-and-shop/
IM OK Golf Tournament:
We are SUPER excited to be hosting the IM OK Golf Tournament at River Place Country Club this year!! Round up your foursome and join us for great company, exciting contests, and a legendary golf experience while supporting a great cause… In Memory of Kaden (IM OK)!! If you are unable to golf this year, we always appreciate the support of our sponsors! Because of you, people with epilepsy receive medical care and support to improve their lives. 100% of the funds raised from this tournament stay local to help those whose lives are challenged by epilepsy. To register, go to https://epilepsygolf.com/
– The Smith Family