It would seem hard to imagine—a blessing, disguised as a nosebleed.
He braced himself for terrible news when the doctor said, “I need to talk to you.” But never did an Arlington man imagine what he was about to hear. Glenn Hermes then learned that doctors had removed his health kidney and left the cancerous one inside.
Joe Fonteneaux was always more than a baseball coach at Paul Quinn College in Waco in the late 1970s. So when the diabetic patient told his players he needed a new kidney, he didn’t have to get on a donor waiting list.
Two brothers, who’ve been separated by miles, will forever be linked now by a kidney.
September 29th will always have special meaning for Jennifer Terry. This year, it is her wedding day.
When a Dallas army veteran returned home from duty he literally gave a piece of himself away. Now, the man who hasn’t always walked an easy path will have to walk a little more. This past Friday his truck was stolen.
Jackson is crossing off the days on his wall calendar, counting down to September 29. “This is the day my mom gets a kidney,” he said.