Organ donation from Nashville man's son saves Davidson County deputy

WZTV | Nikki Junewicz
A Nashville man loses his son unexpectedly but, in dealing with that pain, gains a new one.

Lee Luster's son Adam suffered a brain hemorrhage almost five years ago.

When the family learned he could not survive it, they made the decision to donate Adam's kidneys.

One kidney went to a local hero in in blue, Deputy Darrell Knight of the Davidson County Sheriff's Office.

Knight suffers from kidney disease, and was receiving dialysis daily to stay alive.

The donor transplant process has bonded the Luster family and Darrell ever since.

“He calls me pop, I think he's super grateful,” explains Lee, “There's just a closeness there, you really can't describe. We love each other, even though we didn’t know each other before, we love each other now.” Video, Continue reading

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