Angie’s Story of Hope

When Angie Kimbrell started having painful flare-ups in her right eye, her ophthalmologist blamed allergies. Her doctor prescribed steroid treatments and new contacts, but no matter what she tried, her eye kept getting worse. One morning, Angie woke up to find she was...

A Legacy of Sight

In 2010, 16-year-old Carson Sumpter visited a sports medicine doctor with what he suspected was a pulled muscle in his leg. This “normal, healthy” teenager was diagnosed with stage 4 osteosarcoma (bone cancer) at that appointment. It would be a devastating diagnosis...

A Vision of Hope

In the spring of 2014, Cameron Stovall lost his sight doing what he loved. At age 26, he was turkey hunting with cousins on a farm, and despite communicating with one another about their movements, Cameron ended up in the line of fire and was struck with 150 shotgun...

A Mother’s Gift

Being asked about organ, eye and tissue donation was not something Denise Edmiston wanted to hear as she mourned the loss of her 16-year-old daughter Mandy on Mother’s Day weekend in 2002. Angry and questioning why, Denise recalls her reaction to the woman who...

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