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Grandma Johnye Makes Hats for Cancer Patient

"It was a reminder to me that you are never too old to make a difference in someone's life," Cobb wrote

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    Grandma Johnye Makes Hats for Cancer Patient

    A woman in Grand Prairie is a reminder that you're never too old to make a difference in someone's life. (Published Wednesday, Dec. 20, 2017)

    Need a little something to get you motivated today? We found it Wednesday's Tell Me Something Good and the story of Grandma Johnye.

    Johnye Williams, 96, was excited to show her granddaughter, Rebekah Cobb, hats she had been busy crocheting for a friend going through cancer.

    Cobb saw them during a visit to Williams, who lives in Grand Prairie, and immediately knew she was on to something good.

    "It was a reminder to me that you are never too old to make a difference in someone's life," Cobb wrote. "She is an amazing lady who still lives independently, goes to Curves to exercise, sings in two senior adult choirs and is active in her church. Way to go, Grandma Johnye!"

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