Letters: Save a life
Save a life
We were so grateful to learn that Rocco Giordano of Prescott Valley received his new kidney just weeks after his need for a transplant was shared in an article published in the March 9, 2019, issue of The Daily Courier! It was truly amazing for us and all of the other Courier readers to witness that once individuals in our community learned of this family’s need, things began to happen!
We just learned of another individual in need of a kidney transplant, and we are trying to spread the word! Christopher Eubank, former director of choral activities at Yavapai College and Granite Peak U.U. Congregation brought immense joy into the lives of the Quad Cities communities through all of the choirs and performances he directed while he was active here! Now, he is in desperate need of a kidney.
Because of severe diabetes, Chris had to have his left leg amputated to the knee in 2017, and was put on dialysis in September 2018, for kidney failure. We recently learned that Chris had to have emergency surgery for a detached retina and is now in the hospital because his kidney function is continuing to decline. Spring reminds us that new life blossoms where there seemingly was no life before. If you would like to bring new life to Chris by being considered as a possible donor, please contact the following online: livingdonor-methodistSA.com, and indicate that you want to be screened for Chris Eubank.
Thank you—far more than words can express.
Jack and Diane Clevenger