Chloe was a fun loving, loud and silly five year old. Chloe was the baby of the family. She had a very sweet gentle spirit, and a very caring nature. Chloe was a natural nurturer with an understanding far beyond her years. Some of her favorite past times were singing, dancing, painting, coloring, playing with play-doh, playing dolls, playing dress up. She loved Mario Bros. and Roblox. Chloe had a very vivid imagination, and was always in character. She was always channeling a character from one of her favorite shows or games. Chloe also loved to snuggle and cuddle, she was our most affectionate child. Her favorite color was purple, and she had dreams of being a mommy with ten kids when she grew up. She loved unicorns, tutus, and all things sparkly, and was very excited to start Kindergarten. Chloe started ballet/tap dance classes at the age
of three. At the age of five she began taking acting classes in a local drama program. Due to our family history, Chloe was genetically tested for Long QT Syndrome at birth, and was confirmed positive at about six weeks old. She was treated with medications and followed by an Electrophysiologist. On May 18, 2019, without ever experiencing any symptoms, at only 5 years old Chloe passed away from Sudden Cardiac Arrest due to Long QT Syndrome. She was swimming at a birthday party. Chloe was the sweetest little girl, that brought so much sunshine back into our lives. To say that we are heartbroken would be an understatement.
"Your soulmate is not someone who comes into your life peacefully. It is someone who comes to make you question things, who changes your reality, someone who marks a before and after in your life. It is not the human being everyone has idealized, but an ordinary person, who manages to revolutionize your world in a second."