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Northwestern Mutual Makes a Dream Come True for 4-Year-Old Boy Recovering from a Brain Tumor
left to right: The Sullivan Twins, Zek and Alexander with UofL Cardinals Coach Pitino, with Matt Moore and Cody Matthews (NM Financial Representatives) and with the Cards Dancers
Tis’ the season for giving and that was exactly what Northwestern Mutual was able to do with the help of Make-a-Wish Foundation, Kosair Children’s Hospital and the University of Louisville basketball team.
Zek Sullivan was just three years old when his family discovered the news of his lemon- sized brain tumor. Now, one surgery and 33 rounds of radiation later, Zek, a happy and energetic four-year-old, was given the opportunity to be a ball boy at the University of Louisville vs. Florida International University basketball game on Friday, December 5th. Northwestern Mutual financial representatives, Matt Moore and Cody Matthews hosted Zek, along with his twin brother, Alex, for dinner at the Cardinal Hall of Fame Café. Moore and Matthews then took the two boys along with their family members, by limo, to the Yum! Center where Zek and Alex were ‘official’ ball boys at the UofL vs. Florida International University basketball game. Both boys were able to be escorted onto the court by UofL Coach Rick Pitino and have their photo taken with the coach and a piece of the 2013 UofL championship floor that was presented to them.
“Although Northwestern Mutual’s ultimate goal in joining the fight against pediatric cancer is to help find a cure, we place a great deal of emphasis on supporting the ongoing treatment of these courageous kids and the families that love and comfort them. We were thrilled that the Sullivan family had such a great time at the UofL game,” said Chris Brice, Chief Marketing Officer of Northwestern Mutual.
L vs. Florida International University basketball game. Both boys were able to be escorted onto the court by UofL Coach Rick Pitino and have their photo taken with the coach and a piece of the 2013 UofL championship floor that was presented to them.
“Northwestern Mutual’s ultimate goal in joining the fight against pediatric cancer is to help find a cure, we place a great deal of emphasis on supporting the ongoing treatment of these courageous kids and the families that love and comfort them,” said Chris Brice, Chief Marketing Officer of Northwestern Mutual. “I wish to thank Cardinal Athletics, Coach Rick Pitino and Kosair Children’s Hospital for helping us bring some joy and levity to a family that so deserves it.”