Interview: Sharing Personal Stories in Relation to Today’s Organ Donor Day

 

Organ Donor Day is a holiday that celebrates all those people who have helped save people’s lives by donating blood, marrow, tissue, and even organs. Cathe Holden is a caring and compassionate person from Petaluma who became an altruistic organ donor in 2017 and shares her personal journey in saving someone’s life:

 

 

Stacy James has been a member of the Sonoma County community for the last twenty years, and because of the kindness of his selfless donors, his Mom, sister, and an anonymous individual who signed up to be an organ donor before their tragic demise, Stacy is still with us today:

 

 

Thank you for taking the time to listen and read all the way to the end of this post. If you’re interested in becoming an organ donor, have questions, or even need more information, please click HERE.

We wish you and your loved ones nothing but health and happiness.

 


1 Comment

  1. Lorene Romero

    Thank you Pat for having Cathe and Stacy on your show. Sharing the word about organ donation is so important. I am also an altruistic donor. My donation happened on 12/4/14 and did not hear from my recipient until 5/23/17 (2.5 years after the donation). Cathe never give up on hearing from them, be patient, it will happen when it is suppose to happen.
    Here is my story. I can say meeting Mike was the best thing that happened to me in 2017 http://www.sonomawest.com/the_windsor_times/news/windsor-living-donor-meets-her-kidney-recipient/article_c951bea4-e4ea-11e7-9cff-73fdd97ba325.html


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