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Caroling Wish Granted To Young Girl Before She Passed Away Christmas Morning

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If you wanted the definition of a tragically sad story that can also be heartwarming, well, this is it.

An ailing 8-year-old PA girl had a wish of hers granted — she wanted to witness/participate in a huge holiday singalong. Delaney Brown, (known as Laney) of West Reading, had a rare form of leukemia, so the community not only granted her wish (and in a BIG way), but they also held fundraisers to help with the cost of her medical expenses.

Unfortunately, Delaney passed away on Christmas morning… but not before her wish came true.

THOUSANDS of Christmas carolers showed up outside her home over the weekend! They sang all of the usual holiday songs, and also sang Happy Birthday for little Delaney, as she just turned 8 on Friday.

Our hearts are broken over this, and all of our thoughts and prayers are going to her family and friends. She sounded like the most wonderful little girl.

[Image via Laney's Facebook.]

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2 comments to “Caroling Wish Granted To Young Girl Before She Passed Away Christmas Morning”



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    Oh boy, what a sad story. Heartbreaking to lose a child at any age, but Christmas must be doubly hard at least. Glad she got her wish fulfilled.

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    I didn't know her personally but I worked with a relative of hers… And her story touched so many… She really had strength no one thought possible… She gave her family the strength to get through all if the terrible news that kept coming… She is definitely the definition of strength and purity… she definitely will be missed…