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Father Walks His Daughters Down The Aisle, Knowing He Will Die Before They Even Get To Marry [VIDEO]

Both my parents had already passed away before I was married. My Father did however live to walk my Sister down the isle. These girls got a chance of a lifetime when their dying Father surprised them at church one day.

Fred Evans unfortunately lost his battle with melanoma. Fred had four children, two of which are not married. Before he passed away, Fred wanted to make sure he had the chance to walk his girls down the aisle. With the help of his wife and other kids, he surprised the girls one day at church. Yep, someone is about to start cutting onions, so get ready…

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