Kentucky woman dies just days after losing husband to cystic fibrosis

Posted September 23, 2016

Katie Prager, the Kentucky lung transplant recipient whose story with her late husband, Dalton, touched millions, has died.

Katie and Dalton's romance began online when they were both 18. "It gave me some of the best years of my life", she said of meeting Dalton.

Her mother, Debra Donovan, wrote on Facebook that her daughter died in her bed, surrounded by family and dogs as she wished. "I know it is selfish to be sad, I had her so many days, but she is in the arms of Jesus today and she can breathe without oxygen, she no longer has to do dialysis and He has taken away all the pain she endured".

Dalton Prager, 25, died Saturday at Barnes-Jewish Hospital where he had been treated to be closer to family.

The couple was last together for their fifth anniversary in July.

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They were born with the genetic disorder that attacks the lungs and also affects the digestive system and multiple other organs.

The young couple garnered worldwide attention past year after CNN wrote about Katie's fight to get a lung transplant. Katie was in hospice care since September 7.

"Dalton fought a long hard battle with cystic fibrosis", Katie posted on Facebook at the time.

Dalton was not well enough to fly to a hospital in Kentucky, and he died in Missouri.

Dalton was nearly immediately approved for the list, while Katie Prager had to undergo more tests and wait until June 2013. I can not lose her! Katie passed away early Thursday morning.

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"My heart was racing, but I just went right up to him and hugged and kissed him on the mouth without even saying hello", she remembered.

There were plans to reunite the couple, but last week Dalton took a turn for the worse.

Katie had maintained a Facebook presence until just a few days before her death.

"I think that if we had gotten the chance to write a book that it would have been a bestseller", Katie said days before she died. "We don't know if he heard her".

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