Strangers Turn Cross-Country Flight Into Touching Tribute to Man's Dying Sister

Here's a flyover video of the 94 napkin notes for LouAnn from the passengers and crew on the "Leaving LUV for LouAnn" flight. See the photo album for images of these wonderful notes.

(FOX NEWS) Here's a story that will restore your faith in humanity.

A California man used a cross-country flight as an opportunity to call on passengers and crew to show support for his dying flight attendant sister.

After being diagnosed with pancreatic cancer, Southwest Airlines flight attendant LouAnn Alexander was forced to abruptly retire from the career she had enjoyed for more than 30 years.

Her brother, Rex Ridenoure, was taking a flight from Baltimore to Los Angeles to visit her at her at a hospice center in Phoenix when he came up with an amazing way to turn the flight into a farewell celebration.

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