Family of Joshua football player meets organ donor recipients

STAR-TELEGRAM | Azia Branson


FORT WORTH Cassondra Singleton didn’t think twice about donating her son’s organs when he died Nov. 4 last year, after suffering a seizure from head trauma in a junior varsity football game the night before. “I knew it was something he wanted, something that needed to be done,” Singleton said. “He was always there for everybody and loved helping people.”
FORT WORTH Cassondra Singleton didn’t think twice about donating her son’s organs when he died Nov. 4 last year, after suffering a seizure from head trauma in a junior varsity football game the night before.

“I knew it was something he wanted, something that needed to be done,” Singleton said. “He was always there for everybody and loved helping people.”

Wednesday, in a celebration of hope and purpose, Aaron’s family met the recipients of his organs at Baylor All Saints Medical Center in Fort Worth.

“It’s amazing to be here today, knowing Aaron lives on,” Singleton said. “It’s very emotional but all positive, everything has just been so positive.” Continue reading

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