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Heather Johns was diagnosed with kidney disease while serving in the US Air Force in the mid-1990’s after returning home from the Desert Storm. Her original prognosis was dialysis within 2-5 years followed by transplant with a donated kidney. Through healthy living, she proved the doctors wrong and didn’t need dialysis for another 25 years. Now that she is on dialysis and listed for transplant, she will incur cost not covered by insurance.

She lives in Ketchum, Idaho, a small town 2 hours north of Twin Falls where she receives dialysis treatment. She is listed for transplant with the University of Utah (Go Utes!), a 300 mile drive away. She will need to pay for travel and short-term accommodations for at least a month in Utah as well as travel and accommodations for appointments after transplant which are ongoing for years.

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October 26, 2021

Thanks for your service cousins! So glad we can help in some way.

Melanie Pfaff

October 26, 2021

Prayers for a speedy recovery.

Pamela Warner

October 25, 2021

We love you. I'm glad my kids got to meet you a couple years ago. You are strong and we will be seeing you as soon as possible!

Randall Messick

October 24, 2021

Wishing you well! Xo

Michelle McCormick