CUYAHOGA FALLS, Ohio (WJW) – It’s been a labor of really like for Cuyahoga Falls style company Decor by Morr.

Owners Kaitlyn and Stephen Morr, alongside with their staff, have been hard at operate on a heartfelt shock.

“We are wrapping up the Anderson loved ones in a significant, loving hug and allowing them know their community’s obtained their again though mother is battling breast cancer and has to undertake an procedure for a double mastectomy,” explained Kaitlyn.

Active community member, mother and Army veteran wife Tracie Anderson was diagnosed in February and will be getting the surgical treatment next month. 

“Tracie was a yr behind me at Cuyahoga Falls Superior School, so we understood of every single other. She’s been a follower of Decor by Morr considering that working day a person, continually commenting on my get the job done and how attractive it is and that she would like to be a customer one particular day,” mentioned Kaitlyn.

Decor by Morr made use of the currency of compassion to transform her bed room into a restorative sanctuary. 

“As a mom, we have a whole lot that we unpack and I genuinely needed her to have a sanctuary that she could arrive property and sort of rejuvenate her spirit to combat the struggle and be the warrior I know she’s heading to be,” reported Kaitlyn.

Significant firms like Walmart and lots of of Cuyahoga Falls’ small corporations and organizations pitched in, donating present baskets, certificates, décor and solutions — such as Paint Good who donated paint and a crew for the entire space.

Even Mayor Don Walters arrived to lend some muscle mass and carry a unique plaque of encouragement. 

“As a local community, we appreciate to appear with each other and enable some others and Tracie’s been so superb with the PTA, the kids, the parents, specified so a lot back to the group. This is just what we do,” Walters explained.

Comfortable colours, purely natural elements and warm textures await Tracie when she returns from trip on April 1.
And so does a information from the village supporting her. 

“I just want her to know that she is so liked and we have got her again and that we’ll be there for her by this struggle,” mentioned Kaitlyn.

The local community is also keeping a pasta meal fundraiser on April 22 from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. at The Church in Silver Lake positioned at 2951 Kent Rd., Silver Lake, OH 44224.

Tickets want to be procured in progress. Adults are $10 and little ones are $5. All proceeds will go to supporting Tracie and her spouse and children on this journey.