Travis Murphy holds a photo of his father, John Murphy, an avid fisherman and tissue donor who died in 2013. The family was out visiting from Washington to meet the recipient of one of John’s corneas, Rev. Art Lillicropp who wanted to thank them for giving him back his sight. They were brought together by the Seattle-based eye bank, SightLife, after they exchanged letters in a donor and recipient relations program, Wednesday, October 29, 2014.
Travis Murphy holds a photo of his father, John Murphy, an avid fisherman and tissue donor who died in 2013. The family was out visiting from Washington to meet the recipient of one of John’s corneas, Rev. Art Lillicropp who wanted to thank them for giving him back his sight. They were brought together by the Seattle-based eye bank, SightLife, after they exchanged letters in a donor and recipient relations program, Wednesday, October 29, 2014. Lezlie Sterling The Sacramento Bee
Travis Murphy holds a photo of his father, John Murphy, an avid fisherman and tissue donor who died in 2013. The family was out visiting from Washington to meet the recipient of one of John’s corneas, Rev. Art Lillicropp who wanted to thank them for giving him back his sight. They were brought together by the Seattle-based eye bank, SightLife, after they exchanged letters in a donor and recipient relations program, Wednesday, October 29, 2014. Lezlie Sterling The Sacramento Bee

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