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Donating Platelets Here at Home


Angi Hill works in the VolCard office at UT Knoxville as an accounting specialist.

"In 2007, a dear friend of mine and former UT employee, Kyle Crisp, had to begin getting transfusion weekly due to his battle with cancer. I began donating platelets to help defer the cost of these procedures and to help others also going through this same battle. Sadly, Kyle passed away in January 2008 and is greatly missed. But Smokey and I still feel the need to help others in a way that is fitting for a Volunteer."

In this picture, Hill is donating platelets at the Knoxville Regional Medic Center located on Ailor Avenue.

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

Good job Angi!!!! We are proud of you.

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