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Dying Father Walks Daughters Down The Aisle, Knowing He Will Pass Before They Marry [VIDEO]

I hope you have a tissue handy… or maybe several.  In a world of mindless, viral videos, this stands out as a story (and video) that has true substance and is worth taking the time and shedding the tears to watch.

Fred Evans was fighting cancer and lost his battle with melanoma.

Fred had four children total.  Two  of them are daughters who are not married.

Fred wanted to make sure he was able to walk his girls down the aisle before he passed away. With the help of his wife and other kids, he surprised the girls at a church.

Grab a tissue a box of tissue and watch.

via Banana 1015

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