Thousands gather to celebrate 15-year-old organ donor's life

KCRG | Brea Love

CHARLES CITY, IOWA (KCRG-TV9) - Nearly 2,000 people packed into the gym at Charles City Middle School to say goodbye to a boy many call a hero.

Logan Luft died July 6 after an ATV accident. He was an organ donor and has since saved the lives of 5 people through his donation.

That's something that the Luft family is holding onto.

"They're unbelievably strong people, they have strong faith, and they have a great network of support around them," family friend Heath Grimm said.

That support was shown through the gym with many wearing donate life shirts to honor Logan. His acts are why Iowa Donor Network's Tony Hakes calls Logan a hero. Continue reading

__________________________________________________

You have the power to SAVE lives.  Register as an organ, eye, and tissue donor
Go to: RegisterMe.org   |   Social Media Declaration: #OrganDonor
To ensure your gift is honored, share your donation wishes with family and friends
__________________________________________________

Comments