Jeannette’s Legacy

Jeannette’s Legacy

 

In Memory of Jeannette Hendricks, 1980-2021

“We called her Nette and she was an awesome chick. Beloved by her family, and respected by peers. Nette was very intelligent and down to earth. She had a wonderful sense of humor and was very creative. She was always a joy to be around with a ready smile and laugh. She enjoyed going to the Downtown Farmers’ Market with her grandmother, shopping on Amazon, bossing her little brother around and trying new vegan culinary delights. Jeannette was recently the recipient of a corneal transplant in March 2021 and she received the corneal tissue from Saving Sight. She was looking forward to seeing life in a new way.” – Gina Wells, Nette’s Aunt

 

Jon’s Legacy

Jon’s Legacy

 

In memory of Jon Earwood, 1994-2020

“Jon was a kind and genuine man. He always had a smile on his face. He loved being outdoors fishing or riding his motorcycle, singing and playing his guitar, and spending time with his family and friends. He loved his job as a welder helping the farming community. But most of all he loved being a dad to his son Thomas.” – Ashton

Daniel’s Legacy

Daniel’s Legacy

In Memory of Daniel Lord, 2002-2018

“Daniel was naturally bright, curious and helpful. He truly made the world a colorful place. His caring nature transcends time with the gifts he left behind.” – Rebecca Malone

John Lefferts’ Legacy

John Lefferts’ Legacy

In Memory of John Lefferts, 1981-2004

“John was a very generous man, and in his passing, he enhanced the lives of 37 people across the United States, making his family very proud of his legacy.” – Larry and Vivian Lefferts, donor parents

The photo submitted is of the Lefferts with the floragraph they traveled to southern California to make in 2018, and which was on the 2019 Rose Parade Donate Life Float. 

You can read John’s full story on our website at: saving-sight.org/2018/06/12/donor-family-finds-comfort-through-volunteerism-to-honor-the-legacy-of-their-son/