Look at these pictures and try not to cry - I dare you.

Good news can come from anywhere, not just Michigan. And today, it came from the Chicago area.

John Hubbard is a 91-year-old WWII veteran who had a stroke last month and passed away in hospice last Wednesday. His family was concerned that there would be nobody to carry his casket, because most of his friends are deceased.

Along with being a veteran, he also spent 30 years in the Chicago Police Department. So, after a local news station aired the story, six Chicago Police officers (who didn't know Hubbard) offered to do it.

I'm not crying, YOU'RE CRYING!