Chick-fil-A makes special Sunday delivery for boy battling brain tumor

Chick-fil-A cow also made appearance

Credit: Joey Agee /  Facebook
Credit: Joey Agee / Facebook

TEMPLE, Tx. – Chick-fil-A, the restaurant that usually stays closed Sundays, made an exception Easter Sunday for a boy awaiting surgery to remove a tumor in his brain, according to WJAC.

Danny Agee had asked for chicken nuggets from the restaurant, a final meal before his brain surgery.

Danny's father, Joey, shared the moment his son received the special delivery on Facebook.

With the help of Jenny Pearce, one of Agee's nurses, the manager of the restaurant came to the hospital with it's mascot, the Chick-fil-A cow, according to Agee.

UPDATE ON DANNY!!! I want you to know that we serve a BIG GOD! Tonight in this moment we can’t even begin to count the...

Posted by Joey Agee on Sunday, April 21, 2019

Danny had surgery to remove a benign brain tumor Monday.

According to a Facebook post from his father Tuesday, doctors said Danny was “looking good” after his procedure.

One last update tonight!!! It is a GREAT FEELING when you get to hug the doctor that saved your sons life. The...

Posted by Joey Agee on Tuesday, April 23, 2019