LOUISVILLE, Ky. — A special moment was captured outside of Norton Brownsboro Hospital Saturday morning.
Lacy Taylor handed over two tablets to the hospital just days after sharing her grandmother Keiko Neutz’s story.
Neutz passed away Monday from COVID-19.
The family was able to stay connected through her final moments using an app called House Party.
They’re collecting and donating tablets so that other families can share their goodbyes during such uncertain times.
They plan on distributing 11 more tablets.
For more information on the Keiko Neutz Amazing Grace Foundation, email KeikoNeutzAmazingGrace@gmail.com.
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