Super Stan

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Stanley Harbour Evans, otherwise known as SuperStan, was an amazing little boy with a beautiful smile and a heart of gold. SuperStan was a courageous boy who bravely endured chemotherapy and 3 stem cell transplants to conquer medulloblastoma, a form of brain cancer, all at the young age of 2.

Stan also had three eye surgeries, seizures, and hypertrophic cardiomyopathy, which sadly took his life at age 4. Even with all of these horrible setbacks on his health, Stan always had a captivating smile that lit up the room. He found humor in the smallest of things and had the best, most contagious laugh. Stan loved his dogs, swimming, horseback riding, music, and trucks of every shape and size that he referred to as “digs.”

Even under the worst of conditions, Stan always had the best attitude. His short life has positively changed his family and countless others in profound ways. We are so honored to be SuperStan’s family and share his story. We love and miss him more than words can say, but we know Stan is watching over us in Heaven, and we will be reunited one day.
Friends of Layla

Friends of Layla

Layla’s Legacy Foundation is a 501(c)(3) organization funding innovative pediatric brain cancer research while bringing hope and help to families impacted by the disease.

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