Johnson County Sheriff Detective Cochran to be honored in Rose Parade

THE SOUTHSIDE TIMES | Nicole Davis


It is an emotional time of year for Johnson County Sheriff’s detective Kirby Cochran, of Franklin. As he travels the state speaking about organ donation, it has been nearly three years since he received his kidney transplant from Tracy Driscoll of Wabash, Ind.

Cochran and Driscoll have been selected as this year’s honorees on the Indiana Donor Network and Donate Life Indiana’s Donate Life Rose Parade Float for the Tournament of Roses Parade in California on Jan. 2, 8 a.m. Cochran will ride on the float which depicts Driscoll’s image with a floragraph, a piece of artwork made from natural materials.

Driscoll, along with representatives from Franciscan Health and Indiana Donor Network, spoke on Dec. 2 at the Indianapolis hospital campus. Continue reading

The floragraph of Tracy which will go on the parade float.
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