Kaleb gets his license

Madison County Sheriff Michael Moore and Shevondah Leslie, Director of Government Affairs and Communications for Georgia Driver Services, present Kaleb Howington with a driver’s license Monday.

Kaleb Trandum Howington, who turned 16 Oct. 13, is dealing with something thankfully few people his age face, a life-threatening illness. He has cancer, which began in his brain and spread to his spine.

He is raised by his great grandmother, Martha Maloch, who said Kaleb’s prognosis is not good.


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Stephanie Harvin

This is amazing! Well done Sheriff Moore

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