Funeral services announced for Oliviah Hall

Ashtabula - Funeral services have been announced for a 10-year-old Ashtabula girl who died of brain cancer after leading an amazing life.

Oliviah Hall was diagnosed with a form of brain cancer, but she didn't let her diagnosis stop her from living every day to the fullest.

Oliviah used her TeamOliviah Foundation to raise money to help raise awareness of childhood cancer and find a cure for Glioblastoma, the aggressive brain cancer she battled for 16 months.

A big fan of law enforcement, Oliviah became an honorary FBI agent, and "trained" at Quantico, Virginia.  

Her online obituary says she had the largest attended graduation ceremonyin the agency's history.

She also was an honorary reporter for a local TV station.

In her last months, Oliviah walked a runway with a Cleveland Cavalier, and dropped the puck for the Cleveland Monsters.

Oliviah met President Donald Trump and his daughter Ivanka.

Visitation will take place Sunday afternoon from 3pm until 7pm at Cornerstone Friends Church in Madison.

Police officers will stand guard at her casket.

Monday, the funeral will be held at the church at 11:00AM.

Before the service, a police motorcade will proceed from Behm Funeral Home on Hubbard Road in Madison to the church, starting at 9:30AM.

Her family is asking for donations to be made to the Team Oliviah Foundation, 5607 Clover Circle, Willoughby, Ohio  44094.

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