Jean-Pierre Pettit raised funds for the care of his ailing granddaughter. The family decided to donate body parts
He had decided to put his interest in cycling into the service of his daughter-in-law Eveline, Sick. So, to raise money for kidney transplant surgery, Jean-Pierre PettitThe 53-year-old Canadian grandfather ran a small pedal business: 838 mile bike ride (1,349 km) departed on June 4th WinnipegHis hometown in the Canadian province of Manitoba, a Black Mountains, South Dakota, USA There is a famous fountain that is considered a symbol of life. The plan ended in tragedy: the man died of his injuries after being struck by a truck driver Interstate 29, less than 30 miles from Brookings, South Dakota.
Jean-Pierre Pettit carried an identification with the letter We do everything we can Also, he jumped over while stepping on the white line on the side of the road. Were taken to the local hospital Sioux Falls, Died shortly after. He had already collected it at the time of the accident 18 thousand dollars. Company of Fundraising The tragic accident was announced through the Facebook page Cicle4Eveline. . JP is always focused on the health and safety of others. She leaves an incredible legacy, including the support she provided to her son and granddaughter during a kidney donation experience, and later a fundraising program to support Evelyn’s kidney transplant surgery and other children who need their care. Now, through this legacy, he is donating his organs to help save more lives. JP’s wife Carmelle and their three children Marquis, Julian, Janick and their spouses and many grandchildren are all deeply proud of JP and thank him so much for being in their lives. God has given us the miracle of a man who leaves a legacy of love, selfishness and heroism. If you would like to honor JP now, give Cycle4Eveline a gift or leave JP’s souvenir at Goodbear. Both will continue to support JP’s ultimate goal.
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