(FOX19) - Tim Hanner, former superintendent for Kenton County Schools, sat down with FOX19's Jacki Jing Wednesday morning to share how one selfless organ donor saved his life.
Hanner was diagnosed with a kidney disease known as focal sclerosis nine years ago. He received his kidney transplant last July.
"I got my life back," he said. "It was a gift."
There are more than 113,000 people in the United States waiting for a life-saving organ transplant, including 3,000 in Ohio, according to LifeCenter Organ Donor Network
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