Concert by Bebo Norman to benefit baby of young Marine mom who lost battle with cancer
is fighting for her life right now passed away Tuesday night from a rare bone cancer. She was a 20-year-old Marine, with a newborn daughter named Lilly, and a husband, Justin, who is also a Marine.
To help this Batavia family, major Christian recording artist and Dove Award winner Bebo Norman, who lives in Nashville, has graciously agreed to perform a benefit concert called "Love for Lilly: A Concert for Hope." It's this Friday evening, May 10, beginning at 7 at Grace Baptist Church, Batavia, located at 238 Vine St.
Tickets are $30 and $25. Monetary donations are also welcome and the church has set up an account for them called the Lilly Trust Fund.
The concert will undoubtedly draw a packed house of people from Canada to Connecticut to help raise funds for Kailee's family.
To get tickets, go online to itickets.com
Kailee was diagnosed with a rare form of cancer known as osteosarcoma during her pregnancy. It was found in her pelvis and she was not expected to live. She had emergency, high-risk surgery in an effort to save her life. She pulled through, and so did Lilly, who was subjected to chemo in the womb.