Marla Jones, traveled across the country to see the boy who gave her family hope and to be at the luncheon that honored Thomas for his unselfishness.
"Just to be able to meet him. To touch his little face. To touch his hair. To know exactly what it feels like was one of the greatest joys. Like Kyssi was for me. He was like the son I've never had," Jones told WUSA.
The wig made from Moore's hair has not been given to a patient yet, but a possible match will be in the area soon.
But Kyssi's family did receive a remembrance of both their little girl and the boy who wanted to help her. Some of Thomas' hair was used for a doll that was given to Kyssi's family.