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Fraternity’s touching response to 12-year-old cancer patient in hospital next door

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WESTWOOD, Calif. – A fraternity house may not be your ideal neighbor, but 12-year-old Lexie Brown wouldn’t have it any other way.

Brown is battling cancer and has been stuck inside her hospital room.

Recently, she posted a note on her hospital window, asking for a pizza delivery.

Her note was read by members of the Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity at UCLA, whose house is directly across the street from her hospital window.

The members immediately ordered her a pizza and dropped by with a few other surprises.

“You know, one of our creeds is being a true gentleman, and that’s following through and making sure that we can do everything we can,” Christian Wehrly told CBS LA.

While decorating for Christmas, the fraternity decided to include something for the little girl.

They put Lexi’s name in lights on the roof of the frat house so when she looks out her window, it is all she sees.