Absolutely. Even in her last moments she was thinking of others and how she could go above and beyond before her life ended. The donation that she graciously gave could benefit those who need it most. If we could all be 1% as generous as she is, our society would be more caring and supportive of those in need.
The fact that this woman was kind enough to share her winnings with other people is certainly a good example which other people should follow. Greed and selfishness are traits that plague modern society, especially in the United States. Her generosity will hopefully take root and encourage others. Kindness should be more common.
Cindy Stowell's donation of her Jeopardy winnings at the end of her life is a great example to be extolled. There really was not a lot of options for her with her winnings since she was on death's door anyway; nevertheless, her selfless example and stoic facing of her imminent demise is a great life lesson for others.
Yes, Cindy's donation of her winnings from Jeopardy is an example we should all strive for. Although she was suffering from terminal cancer, Ms. Stowell decided to put on an resilient face and go on Jeopardy, winning thousands of dollars. Her bravery and generosity are an example we should appreciate.