Kevin Michael Taylor, Donor
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He brought life to others...
Kevin Michael Taylor was a magnetic, full of life, energetic, musical, humorous and one-of-a-kind man. He died tragically at the age of 35 due to a longboarding accident where he suffered a brain injury.
In his awe-inspiring life many thought of him as Superman as he was incredibly handsome, with a sculpted body through dedication and training, and because he was so agile and athletic. He would regularly climb buildings with his bare hands for fun and hike the highest mountains. He was full of creativity and an artist. He dedicated the last eight years of his life to make a one-of-a-kind poker app. His aesthetic for design and modern application was bar none. All that knew him, loved and admired him. I was honored and gifted for life by being his wife.
His last gift to the world was to be a hero and donate his heart to a 69-year-old man in Nebraska, right kidney to a 28-year-old woman inflicted with incurable kidney failure, his left kidney and liver were donated to a 55-year-old man in California, giving him a second chance at life. Lastly, his pancreas has gone to researchers at Banner – University Medical Center, and right lung has gone to Translational Genomics Research Institute.
While losing his life, he brought life to others.