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Mom’s are wonderful people, giving us our first experience of love, compassion, and joy. Our mom, Sandy Howell is no different. Her children always knew that she was loving and supportive.

Sandy settled down and had her own family of three, two girls and a boy… one of each she loved to say. (The youngest girl was a tomboy growing up.) Before long, Sandy found herself a single mom raising her children. Never one to stop, while raising her children, she was also a youth group leader in her church. She became like a second mom to some of those kids, encouraging them right along with her own.

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February 2, 2021

Moms liver transplant was a bit rough, she did not have the easiest of times but each day has continued to make progress forward. She spent about 2 weeks in the transplant IUC then we moved to the transplant ward for about a week and continued to make forward progress. Yesterday she was moved to rehab and hopes to be home in a few weeks. I personally want to thank all that have shared moms story and that have donated. We appreciate the help more than words can say.

January 7, 2021

Jan 6, 2021 was moms lucky day she got a liver transplant. Now the next phase begins. I am sorry we do not have lots of pictures up, we are just not an on-line family but that does not mean that we do not still need the help and appreciate it so very much. Thank you

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March 19, 2021

One more donation closer to complete health.

Julie Thomas

February 20, 2021

Hello Sandy, My name is Ken Lovely. I represent a charity that helps people like you pay their transplant related medical expenses. Last week we lost the founder and president of our foundation. She was also my wife, mother of 3 and grandmother of 7. She was a donor family who also received two separate lung transplants. Through all of her troubles struggling to breathe, somehow she always found the strength to help others with their own transplant issues, both financial and post transplant issues. Her legacy lives on through our foundation; Transplant Alliance Foundation. Please accept this gift. the only thing we ask in return is you honor your donor. Live your life to the fullest and tell your story of how transplantation works. Stay healthy and always remember someone you will never meet said yes to organ donation.

Ken Lovely

January 8, 2021

I'm so happy for you!!!

Anonymous

February 21, 2020

Love you Mom!

Jennifer Abrams

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