In honor of Lilly Smartelli:
Thank you, Lilly, for an incredible lesson in kindness and empathy! May your wedding to Bernie be a day of much joy! Lives will be saved because of you; there are not enough words to thank you.
by Renee Stanley
In honor of Donna Slaton:
Grateful for the liver transplant my friend Donna Finch Slaton recently received at Jewish Hospital in Louisville, KY and how well she's doing.
by Suzy Heilman
In memory of Michael Dean Padian:
Mike was an extraordinary human being, intelligent, kind, fun-loving and with abundant talent. Because of his donor, he was given extra time to live in the beauties of this earth and share its glory through his art to so many of us. Our family will miss him and cherish him.
by Virginia Gray (Ginger)
In memory of Carolyn Johnson:
She gave the ultimate gift so others could live. Thank you for your gifts and your beautiful soul.
by Kelly Brenno Carpetner
In memory of Kory Jones:
Kory with a "K", may your love kindness, joy and love live on forever! You are dearly missed.
by Dana, Anna & Kirbie
In honor of Steven A Hicks:
My father is in desperate need of a new heart. He was recently implanted with an LVAD as a bridge to hopefully carry him through the waiting period while we pray for this precious gift. Our family, friends, and community have supported us in this more than we could ever imagine with their prayers, assistance, and hard-earned dollars. They have taught me to be a more generous giver and I want to support others who are on this same uncertain journey.
by Alan Hicks
In honor of Steve Roach:
In Honor of my brother Steve Roach, I would like to thank the family of the donor who gave my brother life through a lung transplant. He is a wonderful, sweet Husband, Son, Brother, Father and the role he enjoys most, Papa. He is doing well and I encourage everyone to register as an Organ Donor. Thank you for Life!
by Brenda Nicholson
In honor of Jeff Handwerk:
Our paths never crossed but our lives will always be connected. We never spoke but I hear you every day, beating in my chest. Forever in your debt for the most precious gift, the gift of life.
by Tina Medina
In memory of Tony Brown:
Tony, As with most things you did in life, your decision to be an organ and tissue donor makes us very proud. While you certainly never expected to be a donor so soon, you made a selfless decision to help others live even though your life was being cut short. This is the kind of young man that you were and we are so proud that you were our son. Words can not express how much we miss you and all the things we are going to miss doing with you, but your decision is allowing other families to experience what we can not. We can not think of a better legacy to reflect your life. Love Always, Mom and Dad.
by Jim and Jeannette Brown
In memory of Paul Kirdahy:
Sorry to see you go, and so soon. The world will miss you!
by David Kirdahy
In memory of Scott Young:
In memory of Coach Scott Young
In memory of Laura Roeder:
Our love and prayers goes out to Charlie & Marci. May Laura’s memory be magnified by the lives she touched.
by CCV Neighborhood Group
In memory of Eli Bussotti:
My sweet Eli-You continue to bright such light to this world. I am so proud to be your mom. I love you forever, far beyond the moon and stars.
by Joy Krumenacker
In memory of Jim Pederson:
Missing you this 2nd Christmas, but know many others have a blessed holiday because of our loss.
by Your Family
In honor of David Sandlin:
Your gift of life continues to bless lives everyday! Thank you for sharing your message of HOPE everywhere! You are loved.
by Karen Sandlin
In memory of Aunt Karen:
I love and miss you. Thank you for always inspiring me here on earth and after. Continue watching over me and the family. Love always, your Angelpie
by Deana Marie
In honor of Quentin Dachis:
Honoring this amazing little boy that gave life to so many.
by Louis Dachis
In memory of Aaron Luoma:
At this special time of year we remember our son, Aaron, who died too soon.
by John & Gracia Luoma
In memory of Collin Conedy:
In Loving Memory of Our Son Collin Bernard Conedy Absent from the body, present with the Lord; Forever in our Hearts Until we meet again.
by Clifford B. Conedy & Janis Walker-Fields
In memory of Timothy Louis Fowler:
When we met Tim in a CTE Christmas party at Tim and Debra's home, we found that Tim was a very kind and sweet husband helping Debra prepare yummy foods for the guests. We are deeply saddened by this sad news. We truly believe Tim will become one of the most beautiful stars in the heavens. May Tim rest in peace.
by Nick Chang