At our tournament this year we will have a baby remembrance of babies that our foundation has helped, or that we have met along our journey of establishing and running the foundation. We believe it is important to share their stories and say their names.
Thinking of sweet Noah today, when his mommy, Maria and I spoke his story touched me in many ways as his story was very similar to Rhett’s. I have enjoyed getting to know Maria and learning more about her sweet boy. This is Noah’s story…
Noah Alexander Huchton ( Noah bear)
Feb 9, 2019 – May 05, 2019
“I miss everything about Noah. I’ll never get to know what type of personality he would’ve had. I never got to hear him laugh. He was supposed to be my son Adrian’s best friend. Noah’s loss is still very fresh, but I handle my grief by praying, crying, talking to Noah and my other kids help me.
Emotionally it’s super hard; there are times where I feel lost. My heart is just broken. My daughters get sad and they try to think positive not just for themselves, but for me as well. Financially we struggled coming up with the money for his headstone and hospital bills.
The Rhett Sullivan Foundation spoke to me after Noah passed away. It helped in many ways, because I had no idea what to expect after the loss of my baby. I felt alone, lost and broken. I have never had to deal with one’s death. Talking to them made me feel that I’m not alone. I’m just so thankful for the Rhett Sullivan Foundation. Without them I would have been more of a mess than what I was trying to figure out where to even begin. It was such a blessing to have the foundation’s financial help after Noah passed away. May our Angels watch over all of us parents and their families. Forever in our hearts our sweet Noah bear.”