San Bernardino County Sun | Michael Nolan
The San Bernardino boy's family - including his mother Deborah Adams, and Aunt Donna Moreno, helped put the finishing touches Tuesday on a floragraph floral portrait that will adorn Donate Life's 2012 float.
Deborah Adams' fingers trembled as she carefully touched the portrait of her son.
"My baby was stolen from me," she said. "Although he's not with us the way he was, he still lives on in the people's lives he saved."
The Donate Life Rose Parade float memorializes the donors who've given others " One More Day," the theme of the float.
When Amarion died June 16, 2010, his family decided to donate his organs so that someone else's life could go on. Today, four people are alive thanks to Amarion's heart, kidneys and liver.
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