Parrish’s Gretchen Fowler holds a portrait of her son, Anthony, who died at age 11 after part of a hill of dirt caved in on him while the family was living temporarily in California in 2012. Anthony became an organ donor and his organs saved five lives. To honor their son, Gretchen Fowler and her husband, Freddie, will raise the National Donate Life Day flag at Blake Medical Center on Friday.
Parrish’s Gretchen Fowler holds a portrait of her son, Anthony, who died at age 11 after part of a hill of dirt caved in on him while the family was living temporarily in California in 2012. Anthony became an organ donor and his organs saved five lives. To honor their son, Gretchen Fowler and her husband, Freddie, will raise the National Donate Life Day flag at Blake Medical Center on Friday. Richard Dymond rdymond@bradenton.com
Parrish’s Gretchen Fowler holds a portrait of her son, Anthony, who died at age 11 after part of a hill of dirt caved in on him while the family was living temporarily in California in 2012. Anthony became an organ donor and his organs saved five lives. To honor their son, Gretchen Fowler and her husband, Freddie, will raise the National Donate Life Day flag at Blake Medical Center on Friday. Richard Dymond rdymond@bradenton.com

Parrish family to raise National Donate Life flag at Blake

April 18, 2017 11:23 AM

UPDATED April 19, 2017 12:21 PM

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