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Death & Obituary
Death & Obituary
My transplant procedure started at 10:15 PM on August 28, 2020. My emotions were all over the place. I kissed Lynne good bye with a fear that would be my last. But felt that all would be successful and life would go on. As I was rolled out of my room to the OR my nurses came and lined the halls to tell me I got this.
Obviously my mind was flooded with thoughts of what lay ahead of me. Would I die? Would I be able to function? Would I be able to walk out of the hospital? Would I be able to dance with my daughter at her wedding?
The excitement and terror was almost overwhelming.
During the day I had met a few of the doctors nurses and technicians that would be in the operation and when I entered the OR I was overwhelmed by the number of people in there.
Everyone was calm but busy and very businesslike. They quickly transferred me to the operating table and started strapping me to the table. Arranging my IV Lines I had already and moving my other devices around.
It was very busy and organized but overwhelming to me.
My anesthesiologist was going over what was happening and asked how I was doing. I said ok and i asked if my Surgeon, Dr Landolfo was there yet and was told yes he’s looking over the donor heart and making sure it’s in good shape before they do any thing.
I started to feel better and then the fear took hold. I asked everyone to stop for a moment and I thanked them all for being there with me and no matter the outcome that I was grateful for their caring and kindness.
I prayed that God’s wisdom, knowledge, and blessings be upon them all.
After that I asked the anesthesiologist to mix me up a triple dry cold Martini.
She laughed and went to her tray of goodies and whipped it right up. I joked with everyone for another 30 or so seconds and that was all I remember.
I’m told that my donor heart was put in around 2 AM on the 29th. I was taken back to my room to recover for several hours to stabilize before another team started on putting in a donor kidney.
After about 11 hours for both surgeries were completed.
So I celebrate August 29 as my Transplant birthday.
I Thank God for extending my life and I thank my Donor for the gift of a heart and kidney. I pray for comfort for his family and friends.
I Thank all my friends and family for the support you have shown us, I am very grateful.
I completed my one year test and evaluation and my Team is very happy with my recovery and condition so if we can get this COVID-19 problem controlled I can start living my life again.
Until then because of the anti rejection medications , a Lot, I must protect myself.
It’s not only the covid but colds. Flu, childhood illnesses, infection, and many more can cause me or anyone on Immunosuppressants
Life threatening illness.
Please think of all the folk that can’t protect themselves, please
It’s been a long and difficult 2 years I didn’t think I would make it through but by the grace of God I’m still here.
This will be my last update. Thanks for reading and your support through this all.
I hope to see you again ,