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Ashley Huffstutler

With a father who died of skin cancer and a mother who survived uterine cancer, Ashley Huffstutler thought in she probably would get some of kind of cancer in her old age, but she never imagined it would strike her at age 29 while pregnant. Read more

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  • Ashley Huffstutler Balloons

    Sarah Finnegan

    Ashley Huffstutler Balloons

    Friends and volunteers prepare 1,200 balloons with well wishes and prayers for Ashley Huffstutler to decorate her front yard. Ashely completed her final round of active treatment on January 12, 2018 after battling a brain tumor for several months.

  • Ashley Huffstutler Balloons

    Sarah Finnegan

    Ashley Huffstutler Balloons

    C.J. Philpot places balloons on the Huffstutlers' lawn early January 13, 2018. A group of friends and volunteers gathered prayers and well wishes from all over the world and wrote them on 1,200 ballons. Ashely Huffstutler, who had been battling a brain tumor for several months, completed her final round of active treatment on January 12, 2018.

  • Ashley Huffstutler Balloons

    Sarah Finnegan

    Ashley Huffstutler Balloons

    Ashley Huffstutler, right, looks on as her daughter Evelyn, 2, examines a bunch of ballons on their front lawn on January 13, 2018. Ashely Huffstutler, who had been battling a brain tumor for several months, completed her final round of active treatment on January 12, 2018.

  • Ashley Huffstutler Balloons

    Sarah Finnegan

    Ashley Huffstutler Balloons

    Ashley Huffstutler, right, looks around at the many balloons on her lawn with her husband David Huffstutler, right, and daughter Diana. A group of friends and volunteers gathered prayers and well wishes from all over the world and wrote them on 1,200 ballons. Ashely Huffstutler, who had been battling a brain tumor for several months, completed her final round of active treatment on January 12, 2018.

  • Ashley Huffstutler Balloons

    Sarah Finnegan

    Ashley Huffstutler Balloons

    Ashley Huffstutler, left, reads some of the messages and prayers written on the many balloons on her lawn with her mother Mary Fruge, right. A group of friends and volunteers gathered prayers and well wishes from all over the world and wrote them on 1,200 ballons. Ashely Huffstutler, who had been battling a brain tumor for several months, completed her final round of active treatment on January 12, 2018.

  • Ashley Huffstutler Balloons

    Sarah Finnegan

    Ashley Huffstutler Balloons

    Ashley Huffstutler, left, reads some of the messages and prayers written on the many balloons on her lawn with her mother Mary Fruge, right. A group of friends and volunteers gathered prayers and well wishes from all over the world and wrote them on 1,200 ballons. Ashely Huffstutler, who had been battling a brain tumor for several months, completed her final round of active treatment on January 12, 2018.

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