Spanish Fort, Alabama (WKRGMore) – He just had his 6th birthday in July.
“He was the brightest light in the room. He did more than any other doctor thought he could,” said Jack’s father, Preston McIntosh. “He loved Taylor Swift dearly. As they say, he was a hardcore speedster. He loved watching the Avenger movies,” added his mother Jen McIntosh. Ta.
Throughout his young life, Jack Stone McIntosh was a warrior fighting malignant migratory partial seizures of infancy. It is a rare form of epilepsy with only about 100 confirmed cases worldwide. But throughout his treatment, Jack kept a smile on his face, and with his parents by his side, he was always positive.
“Everything we did outside of the hospital was definitely fun, even when we were out and about. made the most of it, ”explained the father. “We were told there was no chance he would survive his second birthday,” his mother continued.
But Jack proved everyone wrong. When he was not hospitalized, he liked to go fishing and camping. He also participated in the Crew of Kindness Mardi Gras Ball, which promotes inclusion of special needs throughout the Gulf Coast. Sadly, Jack passed away two weeks ago on August 24th. His parents say he has angel wings.
“I’m sure he’s fishing in some lake with his dog Sadie,” said Preston McIntosh.
On Saturday, September 16th at 11:00 a.m., a service to celebrate Jack’s life will be held at the Faith Family Fellowship in Spanish Fort. His family would like to thank them for the love and support they have received over the years and look back on the good times they had together.
“He’s such a lovely kid, such a great smile and I’m so happy he brings happiness to people’s lives,” he added. His mother said, “Jack should be a symbol of hope and strength.”
https://www.wkrg.com/baldwin-county/celebration-of-life-planned-for-jack-stone/ A celebration of life planned for Jack Stone