Teacher Passes Away Minutes After Her Students Sing To Her
October 11, 2016
Students of Alvin Junior High School in Texas lined up like normal, but this choir performance was different. Their teacher, Mariana Walker, was diagnosed with cancer and under hospice care at her home.
The students decided to honor her singing Hillsong's "Oceans" outside her home. Moments after their performance ended, Walker passed away.
"(Her family) opened the doors so she could hear them sing," Cindi Lee Cooper-Fields told KTRK. "It was one of the most beautiful gestures I have ever seen. Friends from all ages got together and sang like angels in hopes of her feeling our love and respect we all have for her."
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