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A Hero’s Dying Wish

Travis Peterson excepted death 20 years ago. He just didn’t know how I would come. Travis is been fighting fires for nearly 15 years now he’s fighting for his life. Late Summer/Fall of 2014 he started noticing numbness in his right hand and found out it was fibrosarcoma. It went to the lungs, went to the lymph nodes that are around the lung tissue around that area and that’s where he stands today.

I’m willing to trade one, two or three years of whatever that aggressive chemo might buy me while living in the hospital for four, six or eight months of being able to do what I want to take my daughter to school, pick her up from school, and take her to lunch when she wants to and be at all her school things even if it’s for a shorter period of time. We made that decision as a family.

Ever since he was a little boy he had two career paths that he wanted to pursue, to either be a fighter pilot or to be a fireman. His dad is a fireman and that’s where he ended up. The community wanted to give back to this hero. They set up a GoFundMe account. The plan is to fly in a fighter jet. It’s what I’ve always wanted to do.

So, if I get to feel what that would be like to be in a fighter jet… Check, check we’re there! Lately I’ve been saying that all A guy can ask for is I’ve seen some really nice things done for me some really nice stuff wrote about me and I believe that if I can leave this world, and when I come up in a conversation that somebody goes that was a good dude that was a good dude.

4 Comments

  • Amber
    May 31, 2016 at 07:23 pm

    It is with heavy heart that we tell you our friend, Cache County firefighter, Travis Peterson, passed away over the weekend. Our heartfelt condolences go out to his wife and daughter, his surviving family, and his fellow firefighters at the Cache County Fire District.

    A special thanks to Tom Cruise for helping to make one of his final wishes come true.

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  • Barbara Sterne
    Jan 28, 2016 at 02:55 am

    I ask God ,”let Travis have his last wishes”. Father God as a mother of a firefighter I am so saddened by fireman getting sick on the job and dying. Cancer is everywhere but someimes it hits closer to home. Bring your love, comfort, peace, healing and comfort. In Jesus name ,Amen.

    • Greg Andersen
      Feb 08, 2016 at 10:22 pm

      Amen.

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