Noah Pozner's uncle, Alexis Haller, talks about what the 6-year-old's family loved most about him, and how they're honoring his memory. "He was smart as a whip, a bit of a maverick...loved his family more than anything else. When his mom would say 'I love you,' Noah would respond, 'Not as much as I love you,'" says Haller.
Noah's mother wanted to bury her son with notes from family members. A 5-year-old cousin, Ethan, made a card but needed a way to get it from Seattle to Connecticut in time for the funeral. On Sunday, Ethan's mother tweeted about the card and received a response from Jet Blue. The airline delivered the handwritten message, which reads "I love you Noah," with a drawing of a heart and flower.
Go here if you'd like to donate to a fund that will provide counseling and other services for Noah's twin and three other siblings: noahpozner.org
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