My mother, Marion Fisher (55) suffers from cirrhosis and is now in end stage liver disease. Her doctors at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center have told us that her only hope for survival is a life-saving liver transplant. Fortunately, I am a match and will be donating part of my liver to save her life.
Marion is the loving wife of Neal Fisher, mother of three, grandmother and good friend to many. She grew up in St. Cloud, MN and graduated from Apollo High School and then went on to St. Cloud Technical College. She currently lives in Berkeley Springs, WV. Marion has always worked hard, cared for her family and has been an active member of the community. Due to her poor health she is no longer able to work or do many things she has always enjoyed. After she has her transplant, she looks forward to returning to work, spending quality time with her grandchildren and family and friends. Our family is committed to seeing her through this transplant and we need your help to do this.
July 1, 2016
Received the gift of life from my daughter Jaiden, on June 6 2016. Live donors rock.
May 9, 2016
Going for Pre-op evaluation on Wednesday. Last hurdle before transplant.