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74-year-old Danny Webber has been an Indianapolis Colts fan since the 1950s when they were the Baltimore Colts. This Sunday, he will be in attendance for the Colts game against the Jacksonville Jaguars. After sixty years of rooting for the Colts and going to games, this will the last one he sees in person.
Webber has been suffering from terminal cancer, which recently spread to his spleen. As his final wish, Heritage House, home to Webber and other senior citizens in Greensburg, Indiana, has procured tickets for Webber to attend this weekend’s game. Just what he wanted, even if the tickets are in the upper deck.
But when the Colts organization found out about Webber’s story Friday, not only did they bump him up to VIP admittance to the club lounge and a seat in section 135, they also granted him sideline access before the game. Webber will be seeing his last Colts game in-style, rubbing elbows with his favorite player, Andrew Luck.
Also, Webber will be attending the game in Colts face paint. So even though this is such a sweet story, keep in mind there will be a 74-year-old in blue-and-white face paint this Sunday.
Kudos to the Indianapolis Colts organization for making this dream come true for a lifelong fan.
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