Jason Thorpe of Quispamsis, New Brunswick, was 9 years old when he first stepped foot in Ronald McDonald House.https://rmhatlantic.com/about-us/family-stories/jason-thorpe/ _blank
When Darla Langille-Schumann from Amherst, Nova Scotia was born she was diagnosed with a cleft lip and palette and a hole in her heart.https://rmhatlantic.com/about-us/family-stories/darla-langille-schumann/ _blank
Mallory Powell from Charlottetown, PEI first stayed at Ronald McDonald House after she gave birth to her baby girl Ella at 24 weeks.https://rmhatlantic.com/about-us/family-stories/ella-powell/ _blank
Tricia and Barry MacIntyre from Little Bras d'or, Cape Breton and parents to six year old Kaylee remember the day when their life changed.https://rmhatlantic.com/about-us/family-stories/kaylee-macintyre/ _blank
When Michael Rumsby from Cole Harbour, Nova Scotia was diagnosed with brain cancer at the age of 13, his mom Michelle knew that she would be spending significant time in the hospital with him.https://rmhatlantic.com/about-us/family-stories/michael-rumsby/ _blank
Sophie LeBlanc from Dieppe, New Brunswick gave birth to her daughter Zoe prematurely at 31 weeks.https://rmhatlantic.com/about-us/family-stories/zoes-story/ _blank
On June 18th, Quintin and Natalie Prinsloo welcomed their 11th child to the world.https://rmhatlantic.com/about-us/family-stories/abigail-prinsloo/ _blank
Butterscotch. That was the name sixteen year old Becca Schofield, from Riverview, New Brunswick, decided to give her brain tumour.https://rmhatlantic.com/about-us/family-stories/becca-schofield/ _blank
Cassidy and Cailey Patterson, from Seeley’s Cove, New Brunswick, have been coming to Ronald McDonald House for as long as they can remember.https://rmhatlantic.com/about-us/family-stories/cassidy-patterson/ _blank
On February 19, 2015, Annie and Trevor Power from Moncton, New Brunswick, welcomed a new baby boy to their family. Evan arrived early, weighing just 3 lbs and 14 ounces.https://rmhatlantic.com/about-us/family-stories/evan-power/ _blank
At one o’clock in the morning on October 29, 2015, Jennifer Mullin woke up to severe back pain.https://rmhatlantic.com/about-us/family-stories/chloe-mullin/ _blank
The Crilley family’s journey began on July 27, 2016. Twelve-year-old Sadie remembers that day clearly.https://rmhatlantic.com/about-us/family-stories/sadie-crilley/ _blank
Brooklyn Gillis entered the world weighing just 1 lb. and 15 oz.https://rmhatlantic.com/about-us/family-stories/brooklyn-gillis/ _blank
Ronald McDonald House has been a “home-away-from-home” for Roxanne Adams and her son Justin for the past 18 years.https://rmhatlantic.com/about-us/family-stories/justin-robar/ _blank
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