Sunday, December 13, 2015

Kinsley’s organs living in two recipients

Dayton Daily News | Rick McCrabb

After Aubrey Rose Hollenkamp, a heart and lung transplant recipient died, her parents donated her eyes and tissue.

BUTLER COUNTY — At least two children were given a better chance of living thanks to a “heroic decision” made by a Madison Twp. father.

After 2-year-old Kinsley Kinner was killed last week, allegedly at the hands of her mother’s boyfriend, her father, Scott Senft, donated her organs. Now the family is hoping Kinsley’s memory is kept alive through the two boys who received her lungs and liver, said Kinsley’s grandmother, Heidi Morgan, of Dayton.

“I believe she is speaking through Scott if that makes sense,” Morgan said Friday morning while driving to the arraignment for Kinsley’s mother, Rebekah, 23, and her boyfriend, Bradley Young, 26, of Middletown. “I believe she is guiding Scott.”

She said the decision to donate Kinsley’s organs was made by her son without consulting family members. Continue reading

 

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