remembering our

donor heroes

Blazer Beaumia

Organ Donor


April 25, 2023

Blazer King Beaumia, age 15, of Kingston, Tennessee, passed away on April 25, 2023. He was just 400 yards from his home when an automobile accident took his life. Blazer was a vibrant teenager with incredible faith and athletic abilities. He led his middle school to the win in the 2021 state championship. Then he became the quarterback of Roane Co. High School. Blazer made the choice just a few short weeks before his death to be an organ donor when he received his learner’s permit. It was explained to him by his family that being an organ donor can save so many lives and help so many people get the privilege to watch and love their families just a little longer. Blazer was a friend to anyone and everyone, even if just for a day. He always wanted to make sure no one was left out. His loving, faithful heart will continue to live through his legacy of putting your Faith In Action.

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Saying thank you

Many donor families find that corresponding with the transplant recipient or recipients can be a powerful experience. Donor families can take comfort in sharing stories and sending well wishes to those who live on because of their loved one.

Should you choose to connect, we're here to help. Letters and cards can be a tremendous gift to both the donor families and recipients. To protect everyone, we provide guidelines for communication. Names remain confidential unless both parties agree to share those with one another, and we provide a correspondence address. We are happy to share sample letters to help you get started.

For more information about corresponding with recipients, please call us at 615-564-3649.

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