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Old 05-16-2007, 08:02 AM
 
Location: Topeka, KS
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Default Dallas Woman On Life Support Gives Birth To Daughter

I found this article to be a heartwarming story. I was also please to see that her organs were donated. Even in death she continues to give to the community.
A pregnant Dallas high school teacher, who was kept on life support after suffering an aneurysm so she could give birth, has died following the delivery of her daughter.

Stacy Rojas, whose organs were donated before she was taken off life support, was a chemistry teacher at Molina High School in the Oak Cliff area of Dallas.

"She was one of the greatest teachers we had," said librarian Hazel Peterson, who added that counselors were at the school this week to help students cope with Rojas' death.
Full article at http://www.nbc5i.com/news/13328386/d...s=dfw&psp=news
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Old 05-16-2007, 08:46 AM
 
Location: Plano, Texas
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I found this article to be a heartwarming story. I was also please to see that her organs were donated. Even in death she continues to give to the community.
A pregnant Dallas high school teacher, who was kept on life support after suffering an aneurysm so she could give birth, has died following the delivery of her daughter.

Stacy Rojas, whose organs were donated before she was taken off life support, was a chemistry teacher at Molina High School in the Oak Cliff area of Dallas.

"She was one of the greatest teachers we had," said librarian Hazel Peterson, who added that counselors were at the school this week to help students cope with Rojas' death.
Full article at http://www.nbc5i.com/news/13328386/d...s=dfw&psp=news
Sad, but amazing story. I'm glad to hear the baby was OK. I read about this a couple weeks or so ago. I'm glad too, that this bereaved husband has their baby to love and cherish now at least.
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