It is overwhelming how much support our family has received before and after Noah and Aaron's deaths. The support from our local community, across the state and country has been very humbling, and has helped us to know we are not alone in our grief. We have been the recipients of a lot of financial and physical help in the way of fundraising and also professional landscaping our unfinished garden.
We are so grateful to Kings Meadows High School for the way that they continue to remember Aaron who was a much loved teacher there.
The following are articles in the media (print and television) about different things that we have experienced even before Noah passed away.
Wish gives Noah a grin - Examiner Newspaper
King family in the run for a wish event - Examiner Newspaper
Run for Noah - Examiner Newspaper
King's Wave of Support - Examiner Newspaper
Garden a living memorial - Examiner Newspaper
Footy win dedicated to late teacher - Examiner Newspaper
Footy trip tribute to Hawks fan teacher - Examiner Newspaper
Love after Loss - Mindfood Magazine
We're Australia's Supermums - Womans Day Magazine
Lisa King's strength through tough times recognised with 2015 Mother of the Year Award - Mercury Newspaper
Launceston Lisa King Tassie's Mother of the Year - Examiner Newspaper
Mother who nurtured terminally ill son named Tasmanian Mother of the Year - ABC News
Launceston woman is Mother of the Year - Examiner Newspaper
Barnados Mother of the Year 2015 state announcement - WIN News
Barnados Mother of the Year 2015 National Announcement - ABC TV
Barnados Mother of the Year 2015 National Announcement - Channel 7 News
Latter-Day Saint woman named Mother of the Year -Mormon Newsroom
A worthy choice for Mother of the Year - Examiner Newspaper editorial
Ordinary mums with extraordinary stories. Meet the Barnados Mother of the Year 2015 finalists - Mamamia article.
Meet Australia's Bravest Mum - Woman's Day Magazine
Oval revamp tribute to teaching legend - Examiner Newspaper
Young and Widowed - article in the Sunday Life Magazine in the Herald Sun and The Age