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The Scoop - Tuesday October 19, 2021

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CoachComm 9-21-2021

Veteran coach Ron Kuceyeski is looking for help from the coaching community as the former Ohio high school head coach and Mount Union assistant exhausts all options looking for a liver transplant for his wife, Kathy - a longtime educator. A condition known as non-alcoholic Steatphepatitis (NASH) has taken a toll on Kathy's liver, and Ron and the family are searching for a living donor between 18-55 years old, in good health, that has a desire to help (with no history of liver disease, heart disease, diabetes, or cancer). The liver is one of the few organs we have that can regenerate itself, taking 8-10 weeks to grow back to full size. If you can directly help, please reach out to Ron directly at 330-206-2160. If you aren't a potential match please join us in sharing this call for help, and also in praying that a living donor will be found for Kathy.

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