There was a heartbreaking and heartwarming experience Thursday for a North Texas family. They were able to attend the Rose Bowl Parade to see their child and sibling remembered.
Five-year-old twins Graci and Cash never got a chance to meet their older brother, Dakota. The twins were born 13 months after Dakota passed away. In 2008, after a fishing trip, he collapsed.
There’s a little guy at Children’s Medical Center in Dallas who looked kind of blue before his latest surgery. Heart problems left Stark Novak weak and actually turning the color blue.
To the unknowing, it was a simple wave of the hand. “It’s hard to describe what a gift that is…” With his voice trailing off into silence and his eyes filling with tears, Ronnie Thurman knows that wave is a miracle.
There was an emotional meeting between the family of a Plano firefighter and two of the lives he helped save through organ donation.
Two brothers, who’ve been separated by miles, will forever be linked now by a kidney.
Cris and Misty Vento speak lovingly of all of their children. There’s eleven-year-old Jade, 8-year-old Brooklyn… and of course, Xander.
A Dallas man is spending his summer raising awareness about the need for organ donors. David Landsberg is starting his 50-state tour on this Fourth of July.
Texas has lagged behind most states in setting up a donor registry, but now that it’s easy to sign up, as many as 60 thousand Texans a month are registering to be organ donors.