By Dorothy Tucker

CHICAGO (CBS) – A Chicago filmmaker marks the end of President Obama’s presidency with a documentary that highlights those she refers to as “everyday Chicagoans.”

Many local individuals have crossed paths with the president throughout his eight-years in office. The director of the film, Tanikia Carpenter, says she wanted to feature “everyday people who have amazing stories.”

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Katy Murphy, for example, appears in the documentary. She joined Obama’s campaign after her two-year-old son died of congestive heart failure. It was the president’s plans in health care that made her want to support him.

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While the documentary features those like Murphy who worked on the campaign, it also shines a light on those who served him pancakes, cut his hair and attended a book signing.

All of whom got the opportunity to say goodbye due to Carpenter’s documentary.

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President Obama will deliver his farewell address to the nation from his home city of Chicago Tuesday evening.

Dorothy Tucker