Gaucher Disease (GD) is the most common lysosomal storage disorder has traditionally been classified into three clinical phenotypes. Type 3 GD is characterized by neurological involvement but neurological symptoms generally appear later in life than in type 2 disease. Neutropenia is much rarer than other hematological manifestations in GD and has not been scrutinized adequately. Severe congenital neutropenia (SCN) is a rare disease entity which is characterized by a paucity of peripherally circulating neutrophils with arrest of neutrophil maturation at the promyelocyte stage and consequent increased susceptibility to severe and recurrent infections. We report a patient who presented in the first year of life with visceral involvement and severe neutropenia in whom the propositus had a unique coexistence of Gaucher Disease and severe congenital neutropenia associated with a mutation in HAX1. In contrast to his expired siblings he had experienced no severe infections. These clinical observations suggest that enzyme replacement therapy may display a modulating factor with respect to the clinical course of SCN.