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Jennifer Linnabary's had been battling blood cancer for four years, she had held on to see her daughter get married last summer, and her last, final request was to witness her son wrap up his high school career. When her condition took a turn for the worse, her son, Ben knew what to do.
School officials, family, and friends all gathered by Jennifer's hospital bedside and watched Ben graduate.
Although his mom was unable to open her eyes during the ceremony, she was aware what was going on. After he received his diploma, he threw his hat in the air, turned to his mother, and said, "I graduated, Mom."
Ben, who's 18 years old, will walk in his schools ceremony with his fellow graduates June, but his mom won't be there to see his second commemoration.
Jennifer, who was 52, died the day after Ben's graduation in her hospital room.