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DJ McKenna

1972 - 2022

DJ was a loving father, son, family member, and friend. His humor, laughter, guidance, and friendship is truly missed. DJ had a great love for music and spent his time playing guitar, which he is now playing in heaven.

Matt was anything but ordinary choreographing his own dance of life.

Matthew Daniels

1978 - 2022

Sally went through life, laughing, loving, singing, and sewing. She cared very much about people and always stepped up when needed. Even as she was fighting her own fight against cancer, she was busy making mastectomy and port pillows for other cancer patients. Her last act of love was to donate her corneas.

1954 - 2022

Sally Rickey

Sharon Tawney

1949 - 2022

Sharon was a talented quilter, and shared the outputs of her love of gardening, cooking, and baking with her friends. She was an avid St. Louis Cardinals fan and always had music playing through the home. ‘Nana’ to her grandchildren, Sharon enjoyed every second she could with them; never missing an opportunity to cheer them on.

1950 - 2022

Ken Shaull

To our beloved Ken, you were gone too soon. We love you and miss you so much. Your loving family - Ica, Nathan & Matthew

Gregg Dietz

1942 - 2022

Gregg always liked to be busy and was always willing to help people. He was a proud Grandpa, cherishing his time spent with his grandchildren and great-grandchildren.

Sue Ann Lee

Baa know you were loved and are missed. R.I.P. Sis!

1947 - 2022

Hal Clarridge

1957- 2002

This is our Hal. Son, Brother, Husband, Father, Brother-in-Law, Uncle, Papaw, Harley-riding Veteran. Much missed, much loved. Live to Ride. Ride to Live.

Thelma Yarolem

1965 - 2022

She would be so happy to know that she was able to help so many people, as she was always a giving person!

Mark Cook

1961 - 2022

Mark was a perfect father, husband, and friend. He cherished the small things in life. His humor and love will never be forgotten. Although he is missed terribly, his spirit lives on through his family and friends.

Ed Stevens

1944 - 2022

Our father, "Falcon Eddie," was a man who was full of life! Always the life of the party, but always valued hard work, integrity, and family. He didn't always know how to show us he loved us, but we knew by the way he stood by us through anything.

Kyle Ertmer

You should still be here.

1998 - 2022

1952 - 2022

Kay Kaiser

Such a good soul that did good for everyone she met. You are loved and missed.

1994 - 2022

Chelsey Cheek

Chelsey was a selfless, caring, loving, and beautiful daughter. She had such a dry sense of humor as well as me. She would just make me laugh so much. She was easy-going and she is always with me. I chose to donate all of her organs so that she may live on! I love and miss my (aka) Doodle Bug so much!!!

When I got the call at 12:30am the night my dad passed away I thought I was being scammed because we donated his entire body to the U of I Deeded Body Program. He hoped that his donation would help find a cure for such an aggressive form of cancer. His request to donate his corneas resulted in 2 different people receiving a corneal transplant and restoring sight for them. I know he was smiling and at peace.

Steve Miller

1947 - 2022

Edward Allgood

1945 - 2022

Most important to Ed, was his family and all that they did together. He so enjoyed attending his sons’ and later grandsons’ school activities, races, concerts and games. He cherished the family camping, biking and later birding trips throughout the United States and Canada. After retirement, he appreciated sharing the tennis courts with Jean and their friends.

Dan Mullin

1951 - 2022

Dan spent most of his life working at Arrowhead Hunting Club which his parents founded in 1952. He was an expert dog trainer, hunting guide and shooting coach. He enjoyed jeep rides, spending time with family and friends, fixing things, grilling steaks, shooting, mushroom hunting and many outdoor activities. He was known for storytelling, assigning nicknames and his sense of humor. He was one of a kind and will be greatly missed.

Michael Cooper

1949 - 2022

Mike enjoyed spending time with his grandchildren and watching sports with them. One of his favorite activities was going on road trips with the grandchildren. This could have been to go fishing, to the “Night of Fire!” drag races in Cedar Falls, or a “don’t tell mom” trip. He also enjoyed trying to teach his grandchildren about things that would “earn you points in family trivia.”

Our mother was a loving and feisty lady who was loved by many. Her spirit lives on and she will always be in our hearts.

Polly Carter

1945 - 2022

Bill Siegrist

1936 - 2002

Bill was born on February 4, 1936 in Ottumwa, Iowa. He was united in marriage to Betty Kay Lofgren on December 2, 1978. Bill worked as a Senior Operator at Monsanto, in Muscatine, Iowa, for many years. He enjoyed camping, boating, and playing pool. He also enjoyed traveling south for the winter with Betty and loved his dogs. He will be deeply missed by his wife, Betty, 10 children, 21 grandchildren, and 12 great-grandchildren.

Jessica was 31 when she gave her gifts of life. She was a beautiful vibrant young lady who fought her battle with renal failure for 15 years. She loved her family and her fur babies with everything she had. She was so strong.

Jessica Street

1991 - 2022

Kelly Meyer

1965 - 2022

Kelly has been missed by many friends & family in the last year. He loved racing, it was his passion. He has raced competitively stockcars, sleds, go karts, and bikes. Mostly he is missed by his son & daughter (Kory & Kelsey) and his grandkids (Knoxx, Kyler, Nash & Zuzu).

For 3 years, 5 months and 9 days you gave us the gift of your unforgettable laugh, the smile that could steal hearts, how determined you were to succeed at everything you put your mind to and your devotion to the ones who loved you the most.

Jesco White

2018 - 2022

When you met her, you liked her. When you got to know her, you loved her.

1938 - 2022

Bonnie Slatton

Roger Howe

1943- 2002

Roger loved International Harvester tractors and his Dodge Ram truck. He judged horse shows across the United States and in Canada and was proud to show and hold lead line for his grandchildren, Cody and Madison, at the Iowa State Fair.

Gerald Koepp

1939 - 2022

Gerald Koepp passed away June 10, 2022 at 83 years old. Born in Camanche, Iowa, he served in the US Navy from 1957-1963. He began working at UIHC Urology. He earned his O.R. tech certification and was transferred to the Urology Clinic, where he was honored for 35 years of service as an Operating Room Technician.

Jeffrie Anderson

1952 - 2022

My husband Jeff passed away in June 2022 from a brain bleed. He loved telling stories, music of all kinds, and being with family and friends. They couldn't use his organs, but could use tissue. He would be happy that he was still able to help someone, or others. Miss & love you dear.

1938 - 2022

Mary O'Donnell

JoAnn O'Donnell lived her life as a "giver", therefore, her wish was, upon her passing, that her body would be donated so that her organs and tissues may be used for other individuals which would help them continue on making their lives easier and better to live.

David McCleary

1970- 2002

A cure was not to be found. He was ready to meet the Lord. He wanted somebody else to benefit from his donations!!

James Goddard

1946 - 2022

Jim enjoyed the Iowa Hawkeyes, current events, politics, hamburgers, weather forecasts, road trips and exploring the road less traveled, and collecting Iowa road maps. He was an avid fan of Presidential History and Museums. Jim loved spending time with his family and cheering on his grandchildren at their sporting events. He had a lifetime devotion to family and friends.

Ron Droeszler

1952- 2022

Ron was a devoted husband, father and grandfather to two grandchildren. He is truly missed.

Travis Neff

1979 - 2002

Travis had strong protective instincts. He started protecting me and his sister in elementary school. He was the 1st to jump in to protect anyone being bullied. This continued the rest of his life. Travis was a loving son, brother, uncle, and father.

My dad would be thrilled to know that his death directly benefitted another person through eye donation. He was a selfless man with a huge heart and we miss him every single day.

Harry Dehl

1953 - 2022

Ted Roepsch

1947- 2002

Ted was a veteran who believed in serving his country and others. His last act of service to others was that of organ donation.

1993 - 2022

Chelsea Sobolik

Chelsea was a bright light to everyone who knew her. A loving and caring daughter, sister, aunt, friend, and wife. Even in death, she wanted to help others by donating to help research. We are all so proud of the life she lived and miss her dearly.

James "Jim" Hobbs

1939 - 2022

Jim was a hard-working, good man. He enjoyed working on cars from an early age, changing his first motor by himself at 13. Jim loved helping and would do anything for anybody, including caring for animals others didn’t want. Tom the cat became especially close to Jim, following him wherever he went and even trying to “help” him when he was under vehicles. There was never a dull moment with Jim and he is greatly missed.

Loving Wife, Mother, Grandmother, & Great Grandmother. Always willing to help when needed.

Mary Beck

1939 - 2022

Levi Miller

2015 - 2022

Levi James Miller was the most loved person in the world and he made anyone laugh around him even if you did not know him. He was full of love and laughter every day. You are missed and always loved. Your hero legacy will live on forever as you help people.

1946 - 2022

Tex Clay

Tex was a true patriot and proud of his 26 years in the military. He was a machinist, service technician and great handyman, learning by watching, asking questions and reading. Tex made many lasting friendships in his life, but will be remembered by his loving devotion to his family!

Michael Hunt

He was loved & missed by all!

1948 - 2022

Jacqueline Hahn-Wachtel

1961 - 2022

Jacqueline led her life with unwavering love and compassion for those around her. Jacqueline loved cats, crafts, and gardening. Steady in her own sobriety, she was an integral part of her local women's AA group, where she helped others in their sober journeys. She is missed and loved by all.

Brady Lee Heller

2009- 2022

My beautiful son and brother, you were taken to soon and are missed more than you will ever know! Love, Mom, Kylie, Breanna, Bralyn and Bailey

1951 - 2022

Gary Hentzel

Gary was a man of great faith and his love for the Lord was evident in his life. He had a huge servant's heart and loved giving himself to others and especially his family. His passing has left a huge hole in the hearts of many.

Tom was a very giving man. Being a donor was a precious gift he could give. He was very involved in Boy Scouts, Nature Center, and church. He loved working with the youth. Tom's family was very important and we all live with wonderful memories in our hearts.

Tom Cleveland

1947- 2002

Virginia Gaffney

1937 - 2022

Virginia was a devoted homemaker and loving wife and mother. Virginia was a member of St. Mary’s Catholic Church in Strawberry Point and the Lamont American Legion Auxiliary. She enjoyed camping, sewing, shopping, reading and making candy.

A farmer, mechanic, "jack of all trades," but most of all, someone who meant the world to his family. May your jokes shake the floors of Heaven, and the fields be as fruitful as your love was on Earth for us.

Kenneth Feckers

1959- 2002

Kathy Price

1958 - 2002

You were always there. There to listen, to encourage, and to love us unconditionally. We love you!

Roger was the best dad|brother|son|grandpa|great grandpa in the world. He was devoted to his family and would do anything he could to help when needed. He loved teasing people and was very opinionated. I struggle every day that passes without him in our lives. My dad was my world.

Roger Hingst

1956 - 2002

1946 - 2022

Sharon was known for her boundless generosity, kind spirit, and unwavering faith. She always put others' needs before her own right up to her last precious hours. To know her was to love her. She lived for her family and especially her grandkids, to whom she would sing, "I love you, a bushel and a peck and a hug around the neck."

Sharon Bryant

Jenni Kennedy

1991- 2022

Loved. Always... "I have told you these things, so that in me you may have peace. In this world you will have trouble. But take heart! I have overcome the world." -John 16:33

Trevor Brown

Beloved Son, Brother, and Uncle.

1978 - 2022

1966 - 2022

Mary Schropp

Mary loved life and cared for others at the end of their lives. It is only fitting that her last act helped someone else live a better life.

Brian Sullivan

1963- 2022

My Dad, Brian (Sully), lived life to the fullest! His happiest times were when he was with other people! If his last gift to give was to help someone else through donation, then I know we fulfilled his last wishes.

Brian Fuller

1947- 2002

He was smart, kind, funny, caring, gave the best hugs, and loved our mom like we have never seen love. He was the best role model in every way.

Darrell Eyman

1937 - 2022

Darrell Paul Eyman, Ph.D., 1937-2022, joined the University of Iowa as a Chemistry Professor in 1964. For 47 years, he taught, conducted research, published papers and books, developed patents and served as chair. Darrell was known for his charismatic personality and great love of his family, friends, colleagues, students and the UI Community.