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Treatments and a 15-day hospital stay consumed their holiday season, and just four days before Christmas the prognosis was worse: the cancer had spread to Venturini’s brain. “It was everywhere. It’s taken over his lungs. The tumors we knew of [in his brain], and they said we are referring you to hospice right now, and it could be any day,” Conner said. With just days to live, Conner reached out on Facebook for help, looking for cost-effective venues for their wedding. She was determined to make their wedding happen not only for them, but their kids. Especially for daddy’s little girl. “It was really interesting, because I have never seen my dad like someone this much. Our families combined are a really good family,” Venturini’s daughter, Kaelynne, said. Instead of just advice, the community responded in a major way.
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