Sterling Jr.'s Homegoing Services


terling was only 3 years old when God called him home after choking on his lunch at his daycare on January 17, 2017. This was an unfortunate and very Devastating accident for little Sterling's entire family. Everyone who knew Sterling knew Sterling loved to eat and was always thrilled to go to school each day. Sterling wasn't your average 3 year old, he was full of life and made his presence known in any room he entered. Sterling had a smile and personality that would put the saddest person in a great mood. Sterling was very energetic and seem to always run or hop everywhere he went. Sterling was a natural problem solver, he loved solving 40 to 50 piece puzzles. Sterling didn't let obstacles get in his way in accomplishing any task at hand from zipping his jacket, putting on his clothes alone or even trying to assist in changing his 1 year old brother Jayce, who he was very protective over. Sterling loved Paw Patrols and the Minions and wouldn't go a day without watching those shows or reading similar books. Sterling was a natural born leader and loved helping everyone around him. Sterling was beyond helpful at home and in the classroom, the morning I dropped Sterling off to school he was so enthusiastic about helping a teacher turn on the lights in the hallway. Sterling turned darkness into light. Sterling life was taken so suddenly and unexpectedly, dropping him off to school not knowing he wouldn't be returning home with his family is the worst feeling in the world. Please help us celebrate the life of Sterling, those 3 years seemed forever

Raised $16000 AUD

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13% of $123659 Goal
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Julia Sam

15 Gordon St, 3121 Cremorne, Australia

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Moreton Island

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