The kits will be available at both Community Hospital Anderson and St. Vincent Anderson Regional Hospital. The Noones and staff from both hospitals were on hand Tuesday to officially announce that the kits were now available free of charge for families.
“We are pleased to be able to offer them as part of our healing ministry,” Ruthie Smith, maternal child support services coordinator at Community Hospital Anderson, said. “I see what families who suffer a loss experience and I know they will forever value a keepsake like this.”
The Noones also had another special visitor with them at the meeting. Their 6-month-old daughter, Krosley, was watching as her parents showed off the new kits. Noone said despite losing Frederick they decided to go ahead and try to have another child.
After having their world ripped apart in 2012, the Noones now have a healthy baby and a foundation honoring their lost son and helping countless others through the painful process.
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