The family of 24-year-old Lilivette Diaz who passed away in a car accident on Sunday has decided to make the gift of life, and donate their daughters cornea's to the Texas organ donor’s organization. Her father spoke out to our cameras Tuesday about a significant number that has been surrounding his daughter’s life. The brother of Lilivette, Abraham Diaz III now wears a ‘24’ embroidered on his hat. Twenty-four was Lilivette’s favorite number; she wore it throughout her high school years on the track team. She also lost her life of the age of 24. Now, her father says 24 now also has another meaning. "He [my son] was telling me about the number 24 and I just paused. And in my line of work, in police work, 24 signifies assignment completed. So when I heard that it was like her assignment has been completed where she was working at LMC. Now she is beginning her tour of duty up there in the heavens with our Lord." Lilivette was a nurse at Laredo Medical Center. Her brother tells us all she wanted was to help people. Her friends and family tell us they will never forget her joyful personality. "She was always so full of energy. She was always so happy. One of the biggest things you would notice is Lilivette's smile." "We're a close nit group. You know, we were always together every Christmas, Thanksgiving and Easter and any holiday we were always together. And that's what she loved, being with her family." Friends and family struggled to hold back their tears Tuesday, just two days after Lilivette was killed in a car accident. A memorial has now been placed at the intersection of McPherson and Country Club to remember her. Her family now struggles knowing Lilivette has been taken away from them. "I see it happen everyday, you watch TV shows and you watch all this stuff everywhere. You feel bad for those people, but at the end of the day, you're just like its just TV, it's not going to happen to me and here we know, you know." "A father always prepares his daughter for a wedding. This week myself and my wife and my family have been preparing for our last good byes." Services will be held at the hillside funeral this Thursday, April 18 from 5-9 p.m.