Life Connection of Ohio makes stop in Eaton


The Donate Life Transplant Games of America torch, which represents the continual flame of the gift of life and legacies left through organ, eye and tissue donation, made a special stop at the BMV in Eaton on Friday, March 11. The Donate Life Transplant Games of America, an Olympic-style competition for transplant recipients, are coming to Cleveland, Ohio in June. Pictured are Amber and Heather Heindl from Preble County, along with heart transplant candidate Pat McEntee, double lung recipient Kara Didier, and kidney/pancreas recipient Kim Keith. McEntee is the husband of former R-H employee and Preble County resident Amy Smith McEntee. To learn more about the organization, visit lifeconnectionofohio.org.


Jeremy Erskine | The Register-Herald

The Donate Life Transplant Games of America torch, which represents the continual flame of the gift of life and legacies left through organ, eye and tissue donation, made a special stop at the BMV in Eaton on Friday, March 11. The Donate Life Transplant Games of America, an Olympic-style competition for transplant recipients, are coming to Cleveland, Ohio in June. Pictured are Amber and Heather Heindl from Preble County, along with heart transplant candidate Pat McEntee, double lung recipient Kara Didier, and kidney/pancreas recipient Kim Keith. McEntee is the husband of former R-H employee and Preble County resident Amy Smith McEntee. To learn more about the organization, visit lifeconnectionofohio.org.


Jeremy Erskine | The Register-Herald

The Donate Life Transplant Games of America torch, which represents the continual flame of the gift of life and legacies left through organ, eye and tissue donation, made a special stop at the BMV in Eaton on Friday, March 11. The Donate Life Transplant Games of America, an Olympic-style competition for transplant recipients, are coming to Cleveland, Ohio in June. Pictured are Amber and Heather Heindl from Preble County, along with heart transplant candidate Pat McEntee, double lung recipient Kara Didier, and kidney/pancreas recipient Kim Keith. McEntee is the husband of former R-H employee and Preble County resident Amy Smith McEntee. To learn more about the organization, visit lifeconnectionofohio.org.

The Donate Life Transplant Games of America torch, which represents the continual flame of the gift of life and legacies left through organ, eye and tissue donation, made a special stop at the BMV in Eaton on Friday, March 11. The Donate Life Transplant Games of America, an Olympic-style competition for transplant recipients, are coming to Cleveland, Ohio in June. Pictured are Amber and Heather Heindl from Preble County, along with heart transplant candidate Pat McEntee, double lung recipient Kara Didier, and kidney/pancreas recipient Kim Keith. McEntee is the husband of former R-H employee and Preble County resident Amy Smith McEntee. To learn more about the organization, visit lifeconnectionofohio.org.

The Donate Life Transplant Games of America torch, which represents the continual flame of the gift of life and legacies left through organ, eye and tissue donation, made a special stop at the BMV in Eaton on Friday, March 11. The Donate Life Transplant Games of America, an Olympic-style competition for transplant recipients, are coming to Cleveland, Ohio in June. Pictured are Amber and Heather Heindl from Preble County, along with heart transplant candidate Pat McEntee, double lung recipient Kara Didier, and kidney/pancreas recipient Kim Keith. McEntee is the husband of former R-H employee and Preble County resident Amy Smith McEntee. To learn more about the organization, visit lifeconnectionofohio.org.
http://registerherald.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/web1_DSC_0003.jpgThe Donate Life Transplant Games of America torch, which represents the continual flame of the gift of life and legacies left through organ, eye and tissue donation, made a special stop at the BMV in Eaton on Friday, March 11. The Donate Life Transplant Games of America, an Olympic-style competition for transplant recipients, are coming to Cleveland, Ohio in June. Pictured are Amber and Heather Heindl from Preble County, along with heart transplant candidate Pat McEntee, double lung recipient Kara Didier, and kidney/pancreas recipient Kim Keith. McEntee is the husband of former R-H employee and Preble County resident Amy Smith McEntee. To learn more about the organization, visit lifeconnectionofohio.org. Jeremy Erskine | The Register-Herald

The Donate Life Transplant Games of America torch, which represents the continual flame of the gift of life and legacies left through organ, eye and tissue donation, made a special stop at the BMV in Eaton on Friday, March 11. The Donate Life Transplant Games of America, an Olympic-style competition for transplant recipients, are coming to Cleveland, Ohio in June. Pictured are Amber and Heather Heindl from Preble County, along with heart transplant candidate Pat McEntee, double lung recipient Kara Didier, and kidney/pancreas recipient Kim Keith. McEntee is the husband of former R-H employee and Preble County resident Amy Smith McEntee. To learn more about the organization, visit lifeconnectionofohio.org.
http://registerherald.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/web1_DSC_0012.jpgThe Donate Life Transplant Games of America torch, which represents the continual flame of the gift of life and legacies left through organ, eye and tissue donation, made a special stop at the BMV in Eaton on Friday, March 11. The Donate Life Transplant Games of America, an Olympic-style competition for transplant recipients, are coming to Cleveland, Ohio in June. Pictured are Amber and Heather Heindl from Preble County, along with heart transplant candidate Pat McEntee, double lung recipient Kara Didier, and kidney/pancreas recipient Kim Keith. McEntee is the husband of former R-H employee and Preble County resident Amy Smith McEntee. To learn more about the organization, visit lifeconnectionofohio.org. Jeremy Erskine | The Register-Herald
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