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 NJ Man, Whose Organ Donation Helped Save Many Lives, Including His Own Mother, Will Be Recognised at The Rose Parade

In memory of organ donors who have died away, a float is constructed each year for the Rose Parade in Pasadena, California. This year, one of them is a young man from Fredon, Sussex County, who may have the state’s most unbelievable backstory.

Joey Savage, who was 25 years old when he died, was killed in an automobile accident in 2017.
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Two persons with failing kidneys were saved by his donation. Another person’s life was spared thanks to his liver. Also, Spring Lake resident Jim McLaughlin’s heart was given a second chance.
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NJ man whose organs saved many, including his own mother, to be honored at Rose Parade

Savage’s mother was afflicted with bone cancer, and he was able to treat her a year after his death. His bone fragments were used in a successful operation on his spine. Organ transplants in New Jersey have been facilitated by NJ Sharing Network for 35 years, and this gift is thought to be the first time tissue has been given from a child to a parent.

NJ man whose organs saved many, including his own mother, to be honored at Rose Parade

“Savage’s mom, Heather Prutzman, says that after 25 years of having her son’s back, she finally has her son’s. “A little bit of him always stays with me. My thoughts and feelings for him never leave my mind.

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But I have a bit of him with me now. He never leaves my side.” Today on, “In preparation for the Rose Parade tribute to Savage, friends and family gather at the NJ Sharing Network headquarters, which is visited by Brian Donohue of “Brian’s Positively New Jersey.”

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