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Player in Need of Kidney

June 1, 2022

Kenneth Brandon, 72, of Fremont, Calif., needs a kidney transplant.

The former Out of Storage 65 AA player is in stage-4 renal failure and a new kidney would save his life and repair related issues.

He was approved for a transplant from the deceased organ donor database. However it takes an average of about five years to receive such a transplant, which might be too late. Therefore, he and his life partner Linda are seeking a live kidney donor.

Linda planned on donating her kidney, but she was not a match.

A new kidney would allow him to continue his passions, such as softball, coaching youth softball, walks with Linda, and continue their dream of seeing family in Denmark that he’s never met before.

If you are able and so inclined to help Ken, please consider registering to donate to see if you are medically a match by visiting his webpage on the National Kidney Registry website:

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