The last wish of a mother battling breast cancer in Georgia was fulfilled over the weekend as she saw her husband walk in the aisle to escort their three daughters to their husbands to be. About twelve hours after the triple wedding of her daughters, Becky Swales lost her fight against the disease. It was a bittersweet moment made possible by love and concern from the whole community.

The daughters Jodie, Sarah, and Kaylee raised money from their local community of Snellville so they can marry their partners while their mother is still alive. The children were scheduled to tie the knot October 26 but due to a bad prognosis revealing that Becky's cancer had spread to her liver, the children knew they had to do it in the quickest possible time.

In support, the neighbors and other locals rallied to raise funds so the Swales can fulfill the wish of their dying mother. Donations were sents and venues were offered just to make sure the triple wedding will push through. The efforts were successful and Becky waited in the front row and watched her daughters say their "I dos" to their grooms.

"It's kind of bittersweet. We are happy that she's here, but this will probably be the last big thing that we do with her," said Jodie when interviewed by Fox 5."

"It's not like losing a mom, it's like losing a mom and a best friend and anyone would want their best friend at their wedding.Our wedding wouldn't be the same if she wasn't there to experience it with us," said Sarah.

Becky was diagnosed with breast cancer more than three years ago and has gone through several cycles of chemotherapy. Despite knowing her cancer spread to her internal organs and knowing her chances of survival was very slim, the mother still managed to maintain a positive outlook.

"I thank God for waking me up every day. I have such a great support system," Becky said on her Facebook.

She was married to Otis Swales for 25 years. She was 43.

"'My wife is the love of my life so it's hard. But I'm proud of my daughters. I just pray God gives me strength to get through every day," said Otis.

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