Addison Maureen Parker, Donor

Addison Maureen Parker

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Addie lives on...

Addison Parker, called “Addie” by those who know and love her, was a healthy, active, happy and outgoing little girl.

When Addie was four years old, she became incredibly sick and was rushed to the hospital where doctors discovered that undetected juvenile diabetes had been attacking her system. The disease ultimately caused a brain hemorrhage and Addie was pronounced brain dead just days after being admitted to the hospital.

Addie’s family chose to donate their little girl’s organs and tissues in the hopes of helping others.

“It means more than I can express in words that Addie lives on,” says Addie’s mom, Micki.

Through her organ donation, Addie saved the lives of three people including a woman in Scottsdale who received her kidneys, a four-year-old boy who received her liver, and a little girl in Utah who received her heart. She also gave sight to two people and healed many more through tissue and cornea donation.

“You see the happiness in another family that this decision makes and what you give to other people. When we saw the photo of the little boy who received her liver, we knew we did the right thing.”


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  2. April 25th, 2015 | Peggy Robinson |

    Peggy Robinson just registered to become a donor in honor of Addison Maureen Parker


  3. November 11th, 2014 | Channel |

    Channel just registered to become a donor in honor of Addison Maureen Parker


  4. November 9th, 2014 | Uncle kevin |

    Here's another pic of my Addie Girl



  5. August 19th, 2014 | Anonymous |

    Registered donor, here in Wa. St! Thank you for the difference that you are making in the world! Love and prayers always!!


  6. August 18th, 2014 | D. Pena |

    My heart goes out to your family. Your beautiful Angel is an inspiration, and through her story she continues to save lives. God Bless you!


  7. August 18th, 2014 | D. Pena |

    My heart goes out to your family. Your beautiful Angel is an inspiration, and through her story she continues to save lives. God Bless you!


  8. August 18th, 2014 | teresa sneva |

    teresa sneva just registered to become a donor in honor of Addison Parker. Addie you would be so proud of your family, you have lived on through their selfless generosity.


  9. August 18th, 2014 | Amanda S |

    Sending our love from one D-family to another.


  10. August 18th, 2014 | https://pancreasinterrupted.wordpress.com/ |

    As I am struggling to find the right words, I am realizing that there are none that can ease the pain you must have felt and do feel having lost this beautiful angel. Tomorrow is the 4th anniversary of my son's diagnosis with T1d. Each year, I seem to struggle with how to feel on that day, tomorrow I will feel blessed. I am so sorry for your incredible loss! When T1D gets me down, I promise to remember those beautiful blue eyes! We will keep you in our prayers...


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  12. August 18th, 2014 | WendyP |

    Have your family and Addie in my thoughts today. Signing up to be an organ donor!


  13. August 18th, 2014 | Lucia Limon |

    Lucia Limon just registered to become a donor in honor of Addison Parker.


  14. August 18th, 2014 | Wendy |

    Your light will always shine, sweet Addie. Thank you for the blessings you left behind. My heart has been forever impacted by your life's story, your family is never far from my thoughts.


  15. August 18th, 2014 | Melissa Lee |

    Hoping for comfort and healing in the memories of your beautiful child.


  16. August 18th, 2014 | Melissa Lee |

    Hoping for comfort and healing in the memories of your beautiful child.


  17. August 18th, 2014 | Shannon |

    As a mother of type 1 diabetic son. My heart goes to your family.


  18. August 17th, 2014 | The Fiermontis |

    Addie was my daughters Best Friend, we made her a donor,as well as ou son and our SO happy we did. We miss u addie girl, on yiur three year ANGELVERSARY.



 

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