Front row from left, Queen Whaley, hospice nurse Melisha Smith, Sloane Whaley’s godsister Shannon Lee, Reba Whaley. Back row, hospice social worker Doreatha Mays-Benton, ASU Vice Provost Mike Mayfield, art department Chair Clifton Meador, Sloane Whaley.
Front row from left, Queen Whaley, hospice nurse Melisha Smith, Sloane Whaley’s godsister Shannon Lee, Reba Whaley. Back row, hospice social worker Doreatha Mays-Benton, ASU Vice Provost Mike Mayfield, art department Chair Clifton Meador, Sloane Whaley. Courtesy Hospice & Palliative Care Charlotte Region
Front row from left, Queen Whaley, hospice nurse Melisha Smith, Sloane Whaley’s godsister Shannon Lee, Reba Whaley. Back row, hospice social worker Doreatha Mays-Benton, ASU Vice Provost Mike Mayfield, art department Chair Clifton Meador, Sloane Whaley. Courtesy Hospice & Palliative Care Charlotte Region

A dying mom couldn’t make her daughter’s graduation. So it came to her.

November 18, 2016 11:06 AM