Six brokers and staff from John L. Scott’s Poulsbo office donned costumes to help fulfill Azrael Early’s birthday wish of handing out candy, decorations and birthday cake to trick-or-treaters on Halloween. Brokers Heather Provencio, Brooke Hammett, Jane Woodward, Kelsey Ramirez, and Jorge Downie, along with broker services rep. and marketing coordinator Ryan Messinger dressed up and surprised cancer survivor Azrael, 8, at his front door as he arrived home from school. KOMO News covered this touching story.
A young cancer survivor’s birthday wish was fulfilled Halloween night in Bremerton – thanks to his mom’s Facebook post and his community’s kindness.
Azrael Early, 8, just wanted to hand out candy, decorations, and birthday cake to trick-or-treaters on Halloween, which is his favorite holiday. His 9th birthday is also next week.
[…]Before Early and her son left their Bremerton home Thursday night for the trick-or-treat event downtown, a group of employees from the John L. Scott office out of Poulsbo stopped by in their costumes to surprise Azrael as he arrived home from school.
To read the story about this Halloween wish, check it out on KOMO: Young cancer survivor’s Halloween wish fulfilled in Bremerton