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  • Young man killed during Mardi Gras parade to receive posthumous degree from MGCCC

    Braydon Hester will receive a posthumous degree from Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College during this year's graduation. Hester was killed after being impaled on rebar while attending the Biloxi Mardi Gras parade. His mother, Lisa McFarland Husley, talks about that day and what the degree means to her.

Young man killed during Mardi Gras parade to receive posthumous degree from MGCCC

Braydon Hester will receive a posthumous degree from Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College during this year's graduation. Hester was killed after being impaled on rebar while attending the Biloxi Mardi Gras parade. His mother, Lisa McFarland Husley, talks about that day and what the degree means to her.
Amanda McCoy amccoy@sunherald.com