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Gary Needs Your Support!

Gary White’s life was turned upside down when he was diagnosed with cirrhosis of the liver in the year 2000. Gary, who has been sober for almost thirty years, found out that his liver damage had been accelerated by having Hepatitis C. A liver transplant was his only option for a long, healthy life. Gary was preparing for a living donor transplant from Thomas Blankenship, a member of the New Life congregation. Miraculously, the donation from Thomas wasn’t needed. Gary received a transplant on February 18th and improving daily. Gary is on his way back to health but still needs our help with transplant related expenses including testing expenses Thomas incurred as part of the process for being evaluated as a live donor. This transplant and second chance is a true gift from God.

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March 21, 2015

Please re-share this on your Time Line, we are still looking for a corporate sponsor to do a local fund raiser . Gary is 30 days post-op. We are still doing IV antibiotics at home, and he is getting better every day. Thank you for all the thought, prayers and contributions. God Bless

Donna .

March 19, 2015

Great day back home, we are doing IV treatments here at the house, he is getting stronger and stronger everyday--Thank you everyone for your thoughts and prayers

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February 14, 2015

Gary, you are in our thoughts and our prayers throughout the day every day. We miss you both and long to see you soon. May God bless you and Donna and your donors. A miracle is our God!

Judy and George Nieder

February 14, 2015

I pray you reach your goal needed. What wonderful people! Gary and Donna are so inspiring. Watching Gods work is amazing. Thomas and Jessica you all are a gift from God to have a heart of gold to do this for Gary and Donna. Happy Valentine's day!

Heather and Dewey Stewardson

February 13, 2015

Wish we had money we could contribute. We are praying for you and your families. Praying for a successful transplant and wisdom for the doctors and transplant team involved. What a special gift, Mr. Blankenship. Great will be your reward in heaven.

Bobbi Conner