NC Times | Michael Williams
"It was a first for me, and maybe a last," said Bouffard of his brushwork at the district attorney's headquarters in Riverside.
Yet Bouffard would no doubt gladly offer his artistic touch again to honor girls such as Sierra Lynn Heidrich and their families.
The organ-recovery agency OneLegacy chose Sierra Lynn to be among 72 organ donors from 31 states as well as Canada, Japan and Taiwan to be honored with floragraphs decorating its annual Donate Life Rose Parade float.
Sierra Lynn's aunt, Amber Heidrich of Lake Elsinore, who was raising the girl and was driving the vehicle that was hit head-on Dec. 10, 2006, participated Saturday in creating the floragraph, a rendering of the girl made using organic materials, as required of all Rose Parade floats.
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