FARR WEST — In a heart-wrenching story, a 74-year-old man is walking the streets near his home in Farr West to find a kidney donor for his wife who is suffering from stage 5 renal failure.
As he walks, Winters wears a sandwich board that reads, “Need kidney 4 wife,” and includes a phone number and her blood type. He said rush hour is the best time because there are a lot of cars and they move slowly.
His wife, Deanne, is undergoing dialysis, which Winters described as “horrible.”
“After I get a kidney I will have my wife back the way she was, normal, helping people, loving people; she likes to serve other people,” Winters said.
Story by KIERSTEN NUÑEZ for Fox13Now.com
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