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My wife, Donna Drake, and I married in 1994. Our lives were thrown into chaos when Donna was diagnosed with NASH (Nonalcoholic steatohepatitis) in 2011. Her life was hanging in the balance until she received her liver transplant June of this year! Donna is on her way back to health, but she still needs the help of family, friends, and community because the medical bills are mounting.

Donna has lived in Missouri all her life and enjoyed waitressing for a while before working as a checker at Safeway, United Supers and Price Choppers Grocery stores which she loved best. However, in 1995, just a year after Donna and I were married, she was in a bad car wreck that left her physically disabled and not able to return to work. Once diagnosed with NASH in 2011, the following few years were filled with doctor visits and various medications doctors hoped would control her disease. We will be forever grateful that Donna was ultimately listed and transplanted.


October 21, 2014

Love you Aunt Donna and Uncle Jim. we're praying for you . Miss you.


October 18, 2014

Hi Aunt Donna! We can't wait to come see you tonight! We love you so much! You have always been a very special person in our lives. Remember that no matter how old I get you will always be my Aunt DonDon!

Mary, Gary, and Shania

October 15, 2014

Love you Aunt Donna...hugs and kisses...and found something today had you and mom in it with dolphins....was surprise to see that...

Pamela Carpenter