In memory of Amanda Mitchell Nashawaty:
From Amanda's Clark University Family - we love and miss you!
by Tom Roy
In memory of Amanda Nashawaty:
May the memory of your adventurous spirit live on forever within all whose lives you touched
In memory of Dawn Hattig:
Dawn served her country and had had been exposed to asbestos during her service. It caused her lungs to fail and she received a life saving transplant of one lung. Sadly that lung gave out and she passed at a young age. This cause was near and dear to her. She was a loving soul that was not ready to leave this earth. She was grateful of the gift of time she was given. We donated today in her honor and her memory. Rest In Peace Dawn.
by Sonya & Adam Nelson
In memory of Kayla Clark:
Kayla was a VERY special young lady and holds a very special place in our hearts. We will never forget that infectious smile and her kind heart. We love and miss you Kayla. 💞 BE KIND LIKE KAYLA
by Jeff and Becky
In memory of Will Sutherland:
Will, It's my birthday. I wish I was getting a card from you in the mail. I wish we were toasting to our year and dancing in the kitchen together. I am so grateful that you helped so many people being the hero that you are, but I sure miss you and I always will. I love you!
by Tina Repass
In memory of Donovan Callender:
Love and light to the Callender family.
by Liz Polak
In memory of Debra Conant:
In memory of my long time friend Debra. She was a loving and caring person with whom I became friends in our teens in West Hartford, CT. As we all went on to college and married we lost touch from time to time. I did visit her on all my trips back and we had wonderful catch up evenings and visits to her art gallery. She will be missed as she was a very unique person that no one can ever replace. God Bless her grieving family and friends.
by Linda (Williams) Allender
In memory of Sebastian Lucas Churchill:
Sebastian~ I miss you baby! I'm thankful for the 4 years I had with you, but miss you every single day still. I hope I make you proud with how I spread organ donation awareness and support foundations that helped us during your heart warrior journey. Till I see you again! Love always, Mommy
by Liz Churchill
In memory of All organ, eye and tissue donors:
Thank you for your selfless and precious gift of life through organ, eye and tissue donation. Your legacy lives on through your generosity.
In memory of Gary W. Eichhorst:
Eternal rest grant unto him, O Lord, and let perpetual light shine upon him. May his soul and all the souls of the faithful departed, through the mercy of God, rest in peace. Amen.
by Angel - for Ben Eichhorst and his family
In memory of Chalan Taylor:
We love you and miss you, my big sister.
by Fred Vaughn
In honor of Will Walker:
Happy 14th Birthday Will!
by Mary Jo Jewett
In honor of Janice Crago:
This Christmas I have decided to make a contribution to Donate Life in your honor. Thank you so much for all of your help through these last couple of years. I cannot put in words how much your help and support has meant to me. Merry Christmas, Trevor
by Trevor Lawler
In memory of Autumn Compton:
I love you and miss you dearly. Take care of all of us down here punk. Iced coffee year round. Macklemore jammin. Beach napping. Hugs.
In memory of Simeon Crowther:
In memory of Simeon Crowther. I had the pleasure of working with him closely at CSULB in the Library. He was a kind man who had an obvious passion for history and honesty. He will be sincerely missed.
by Heather Steele
In memory of Pepper Lane:
In memory of Pepper Lane who is loved by her family and friends
by Fred Tahan
In memory of Timothy Haley:
Miss you dad! This is for you!
by Justyne Haley
In memory of Edward McCormack:
May you rest in peace cousin Eddie! We will miss your smiling face!!!
by Donna Harrower Tompmins
In memory of Justin Dunford:
Rest in peace Justin.
by Tim Wolford
In honor of Gregory Gilliam:
What a wonderful and caring man we have lost today. No surprise that he would go out caring as much as he did while he was here. I celebrate your life Greg with your loved ones.
by Ron Ison