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“It was a race against the clock to save the life of our dad…”

It was May 2, 2019 when I received the call explaining that our father, a 60-year old retired school teacher and coach, was septic and in critical condition in the local intensive care unit. His organs were failing, and they did not know if he would make it through the night. Although they were able to treat the septicemia and stabilize him, his liver was unable to recover. He was suffering from end stage liver failure.

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April 30, 2020

Love you Craig! Remembering great times at Sneakers in Upland, CA

Mario Lanza

April 30, 2020

I hope you are doing well buddy! All the best to you and your family.

Mue Cunningham

March 27, 2020

Sosh, While it's been many years since our West Chester State College days they still remain some of the best memories of my life! Football was so much fun and getting to be the team manager, was definitely one of the highlights of my college years. Players like you were were great to watch and fun to party with after the games. My roommate, Kathy (Granito) and I, who are still best of friends to this day, often remember those good times. When Rich told me about your transplant I wanted to help. My sister, Trish, had a liver transplant in 1995 and it truly is the gift of life. I told Kathy and we are both happy to donate to this great organization and more importantly hear that you are doing so well!!! Stay happy and healthy my friend. Warmest regards, Sally Stenton

Sarajane Stenton