Claire Wineland

Apr 10, 1997 – Sep 2, 2018 (Age 21)


Claire Wineland, social media personality who spoke about living with cystic fibrosis, died Sunday, Sept. 2, 2018, of complications after suffering a stroke following a double-lung transplant, according to multiple news sources. She was 21. For full obituary and coverage from, click here.

Guest Book

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You were very brave and from the videos you shared us all I have overcome my fear of dying. You touched all of are hearts had a wonderful personality r.i.p.

Dear family,

Please accept this as my sincerest apologies and condolences for the loss of your loved one,especially when death comes at such young age.


Aaron Orange

I never met you, but I wish I had. You truly were so special. Watching your videos made me seem like I was a close friend. All your videos made me feel that way. To Claire's family, I'm so sorry for your loss. Such joyful news followed by such tragic events has to be so hard. Much love.

Thank you for sharing your life with us.

Thank you Claire, I'm grateful for all the great things you've inspired me to believe in, and I'm grateful for the message you've given to the world. I hope that all your efforts teach this world to be a more loving and beautiful place. Rest In Peace my friend :)

"You have been my role model for as long as I can remember and it hurt me so bad when you passed. To the point where I have wrote only about you for my writing class, even my teacher asked me what was wrong cause my writing has never been more sad. I know you'll never read this and I still wish i could've met you but I can't so I hope to one day meet you in the sky. Prayers sent to the family. I love you Claire.

miss you young lady ! you touched so many lives and now your work is completed go rest with the Angel's sweetheart

We all love you Claire and our prayer will always be out there!!

My kitten Dobbie And I prayers

Prayers for her family this is really sad to hear I hope they find a cute so noone else dies from it love Nicole n dobbie we will all miss u ur way to young to pass away