The “widow-maker” Life was pretty good for Richard Henderson. He was married, professionally employed, and able to both teach and perform music part time. His cardiac health had never been a concern, and he described himself as being “robustly physical” all his life. That’s why, at 55 years old, a severe and life-threatening heart attack […]Read More »
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Paula Williams was a strong and independent woman. Paula did nothing but her best job on any task given to her. Paula grew up in a poor family and as an adult took great pride in the life she worked hard to create for her family. Anything that had her name on it was done […]Read More »
Each month LifeCenter Northwest presents a Lifesaver Award to honor and recognize someone who has demonstrated a commitment to improving donation outcomes and culture through their actions, time, and energy. We are proud to announce Dr. Shari Peach, St Patrick Hospital in Missoula, Montana, as our August LifeSaver Award winner. There are several examples of […]Read More »