Michael BoyleTo my dear brother Mickey, we all miss you so much.The hardest thing I’ve had to do was say goodbye to you. You have touched all our hearts and now a part of you lives on through your wishes. We will love you always and miss you forever. xx Philip
Michael Paul HutsonRemembering our dear son Michael Paul Hutson sadly taken from us in May 2000. We are so proud of him and what he achieved in his 41 years with us and for the gift of life he gave to so many people. Always in our hearts and thoughts.
Niall ClohessyTo our very special and wonderful Niall, forever in our hearts we love you and miss you every day.
Love Mom, Noel, and Leah
HelenThank you so much for your generosity at such a terrible traumatic time. I live now for my donor and myself so try to have twice as much fun.
David TillingWe are so proud you have helped others even though we had to lose you so soon, you achieved so much in your 48years.
Love you forever Jermaine, Annie & George xx
Elsa McKinleyMy Gran was the kindest soul - She cherished life and was loved by so many. She had impeccable style, a wicked sense of humour, an unconditional love for all animals and loved her nightly whiskey and coke. Her donation contributed to the life of another human being; no greater gift can be given. No Grandson has ever loved his Gran more than I did - I think of her every single day.
Wendy Rosemary JohnsonWe were married for one week short of our fiftieth wedding anniversary. Wendy passed away in Jersey on holiday with the MG club in a place she loved. Wendy enjoyed her work very much at Salisbury Hotel in Hertford with cake making, gardening with her cat. We have three daughters, one son and ten grandchildren. Life was full of enjoyment. We miss her. Tom xxx
Jackie BuroughWhat can I say Mum you were wonderful in every way and loved so very much. I miss you every day and am so proud of your decision to donate your organs. As giving in death as you were in life.
Rachel CollinsMy Dad was given a second chance of life after receiving a single lung transplant. He really is making the most of it, treasuring every extra moment he has been given. Our family has so much respect for all donor famililies and can't say thank you enough to all donor famililies in the network. This will be Dad's first year of competing in the Transplant Games which he is doing so in memory of his donor. Rachel Collins & the Aston Family.
Graham PittNo words can describe the gravity of Graham having been taken so suddenly and too soon. Graham made my life complete and made me happier than I thought possible. We shared 10 amazing years together and I will treasure these memories forever. Graham was larger than life itself and a best friend to so many people. He had the biggest heart and was generous to a fault. He would be so pleased to know that he gave the gift of life to others.
Love you forever babes xxx