Teen's Memory Kept Alive With Acts of Kindness

Alyssa O'Neill's parents bought Pumpkin Spice Lattes for 40 strangers and the tribute went viral.
1:13 | 09/27/13

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A heartbroken family keeps the memory -- eighteen year old daughter alive by inspiring others to honor her with random acts of kindness. But the -- family from Erie Pennsylvania never expected it to turn into worldwide movement. -- Josephine -- dying wish was a simple one a pumpkin spice latte. Unfortunately she died before her parents could fulfill her wish. She. After her funeral her parents ordered forty lattes from Starbucks with the hash tag. AJ you know written on the side they bought for complete strangers. Employees were so moved they chipped in for another fifty drinks and -- the message snowballed through social media. Reaching as far as Australia. With folks find others everything from pizzas to Christmas gifts for others all -- you know Melissa's honor. She was most positive person she made everybody smile she is she's fantastic -- flew -- -- The area family has now established the a jail forever fund which help pay for epilepsy related medical expenses.

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