Ally Heintz

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Carol Graves / Monday, June 29 2009 01:05 PM

Jill, Shane and Ashley, I wanted you to know you are all in my prayers. I think of you often and keep Ally's picture above my desk. She will remind me of "hope". Stay well.

martha / Sunday, June 28 2009 09:01 PM

Hi Shane- Thanks for the amazing update!! I know Ally is with you all-please know your family and friends are here for you. I'm excited to hear more about your "ideas" for GOL! We will catch-up soon! Martha

Carol Yeager / Saturday, June 27 2009 04:17 PM

I was so glad to receive your update and I hope that your days ahead will continue with faith and also the beautiful memories that you have of Ally. I do believe that she is allways looking down on you and sending as much beautiful memories as possible. I know the love that children bring to a family and also I couldnt imagine a home without children allthough my daughter is an adult now and lives far away in Hawaii,but that doesnt make it easy for any mother or father , we miss her alot .She doesnt call very often nor do we get to chat online too often either.I wish you and your family all the good things that the Lord will offer you and allways remember there are eyes in the sky .

Nicki / Saturday, June 27 2009 02:43 PM

Hi Shane, I think you were right behind us at the Reading Phills the other night. I was going to introduce myself, but didn't get the oppotunity since we weren't in the seats much...our 1 & 3 yr old would rather walk around :) I think it's awesome you are all going to continue your work with Gift of Life. I want to thank you for helping me see the other side of donation...I used to think I didn't want to reach out to Collin's other recipients in case they weren't doing well or have moved on to Heaven...but now I realize no matter how long or short their time after their tranplant....every extra day was a gift for their family. We are meeting one of Collin's recipients today - a little girl who received his intestine. Hopefully one day we'll be able to meet the others, but I am at least inspired to reach out to them again thanks to Ally. She is such an inspiration. I hope she and Collin have met in Heaven. Take care & God Bless.

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Steph / Monday, June 22 2009 01:40 AM

Its good to see an update. Last night I tripple took, I thought I saw you and ashley, but it was just your twins! My sister in law finds pennie all the time. ITs always on days that relate to the passing of nate and her dad. So it is sorta crazy. You guys are always in our prayers. Tell the gift of life I said hello. Before jonah I did some volunteering with them but just dont have the time now with working and him. Take care steph

dr kyle / Friday, June 19 2009 09:30 PM

love it... you're all amazing! congrats ash - that kindergarten thing is a big step - thank god the tooth is growing!!! miss u all, tell howard (gift of life) i said "hI". He is an amazing man and that is a great program!

Carol Yeager / Thursday, June 18 2009 04:49 PM

Thank you for the update and the poem,LOVED IT. I hope all is well,I have the same feelings of the things that happen and when the thoughts come to mind that it very well could be the loved one is sending thoughts and messages to you. Keep the thought and also the faith.

Kris / Wednesday, June 17 2009 07:09 PM

That's a great poem. I have often heard people find pennies when someone passes. I completely believe in organ donation. When my father passed away this past March, he was an organ donor. Though our loss was hard to understand, he saved the life of a man his age,weight,race so he could remain someone's dad,husband,grandfather. The man received my dad's liver and his retinaes went to another gentleman. Though his kidneys could have saved one of three possible patients,due to the lack of available airline flights to transport the kidneys,no one was saved. This broke our hearts since it would have meant so much to our family and the recipient. (our father was a Urologist and saved lives every day.) You and Shane are working for a good cause.

Janet / Wednesday, June 17 2009 01:00 AM

Thanks so much. I've always believe in these pennies! This poem helps so much.