In light of world events, true heroes are more prevalent today then ever before.

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Amazing, Gifted Kids Give the Gift of Life

Memories & Miracles

Amazing, Gifted Kids Give the Gift of Life

Nicholas and Sophia Herbert

Five-year-old Sophia loved to dance and sing. Her 9-year-old brother, Nicholas, was an inventor, who enjoyed designing buildings, robots and machines. Even at such a young age, the siblings were not only recognized as very gifted children, but generous, giving children.

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At MTS, we have a unique group of heroes...those courageous enough to give the gift of life and those courageous enough to accept this gift and carry on.

Five Lives Saved By One Generous Hero

Five Lives Saved By One Generous Hero

Christopher "Blake" White, donor

Five Lives Saved By One Generous Hero

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A Helpful, Lovable Teddy Bear

A Helpful, Lovable Teddy Bear

Scott Laschober, donor, donor family

Scott was like a lovable teddy bear. At 6-foot-2 and 200 pounds, his mom June remembers every time he walked up the stairs, he would make the dishes in the cabinets across the kitchen rattle.

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Zac's Challenge to be a Hero

Zac's Challenge to be a Hero

Zac Wildhaber, donor

Zac, a senior at Union High School, had plans to attend Linn State Technical College in the summer. He had completed his graduation requirements in December and had plans to walk with his class in May.

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Athlete Gains Chance to Compete Again and Pursue Career

Athlete Gains Chance to Compete Again and Pursue Career

Rachel Frank, recipient

Inspired by her transplant, Rachel is now pursuing a career in orthopedic surgery “to help restore movement in others.”

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Just Your Average, Everyday Miracle

Bill Wiese

Bill Wiese, recipient

According to Bill Wiese, he’s just an “average” person who had a big problem.

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