Maria is dying. Then carer takes something out of his pocket and fulfills her last wish

We all grow old and eventually die.

I’m not especially afraid of dying, I think it’s something beautiful and natural. On the other hand, I’m afraid of getting older and not being able to take care of myself.

Being completely dependent on someone else, not being able to go to the bathroom alone or remember the names of your children. This is no kind of life.

Maria was living her final days in a care facility. And she knew she didn’t have long to live.

Maria had been a singing and piano teacher all her life and missed being surrounded by music.

But she was lucky, because one of her former students worked at her retirement home in Austinburg, Ohio.

She had taught Joshua Woodard since he was 9 years old, so they knew each other well.

Maria’s biggest wish was to hear the song “How Great You Are” before she died.

Of course, Joshua was eager to fulfill Maria’s final wish.

With the song lyrics on his phone, he sang a heartfelt rendition of Maria’s favorite song.

Even sweeter, it turns out that Joshua had known Mary since she was just 9 years old.

“Hospice workers are angels, but this caregiver is special,” Marti Adkins Redmond said.

“Mary taught voice and piano in her day and this assistant Joshua Woodard was one of her students as a child. Hospice workers are special people!

Maria’s sister-in-law managed to capture this emotional moment on film:

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