A quick registration at Donate Life can turn hunks of your soulless cadaver into the greatest gift you'll ever give.
In 2006 a heart donor gave my Uncle, Lee Krinsky, 12 more years of life. I can not tell you how much those 12 years meant to Lee, his wife Karen, our entire family, and a large community of people who loved him.
My Uncle Lee was the kind of Uncle who was always full of shit. As a kid it was great fun to listen to him tell stories. As an adult it was great fun to smoke a joint with him, and listen to him tell wild stories. One of the best was the story of his transplanted heart. Nothing about being a transplant recipient is easy, but Lee was always grateful, and knew he was living on gifted time. He had worn his old heart out.
You can line up to give that gift to someone else. Be it restoring vision, kidneys, liver or a beating heart -- any parts you aren't using any more are spare. As my Uncle Lee would say "Be a mensch" and sign up.
Lee Krinsky, July 3, 1950 – July 24, 2018
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