Welcome and thank you for visiting Brett’s web page honoring his compassionate life changing decision to become a donor. We hope you will be inspired by Brett’s story. Brett’s last act upon this earth was one of love and compassion. He helped to better the lives of 50 people with his one act of kindness. This is our opportunity to help save lives in Brett’s memory.
Brett and his sister Rachel made the courageous decision to become donors when they were both just teenagers. They also had the courage to communicate their decisions to their parents. What an incredible decision they made.
Our family encourages you to also become organ and tissue donors. Please take a few minutes and look at this website and make an informed decision. Then, take the next step and sign up to become an organ and tissue donor. The link at the bottom will take you to a quick, easy, and completely confidential on-line donor Registry.
You might be thinking, “I already have a pink sticky donor dot on my license, so I don’t need to sign on to the Registry.” The pink sticky dot on your license is no longer enough. California now has an official online Registry. Once you sign up on the Registry, you will never have to do another thing! Best of all, your family won’t have to make that decision for you at the time of death.
Brett’s Inspiring Story:
Brett was lovingly known as “Sea Turtle.” He was a young man full of life and love. He always had a smile on his face and a hug for anyone who needed one. Brett loved to be with his family and friends outdoors, whether it was waterskiing, scuba diving trips, playing air soft, countless Boy Scout outings, or being a cabin leader at Walden West Outdoor School.
His passion for life overflowed through his smile and he embraced life to the fullest, always finding the best in everyone.
We will all miss our smiling young man who showed us how to love life.
When Brett was tragically killed in a terrible car accident at the age of 21, we were so thankful that we didn’t have to make the decision for him to become a donor. He had already made the decision that his life would mean life for others. We are so very proud of him.
Please choose to help save lives. Currently more than 21,000 men, women and children in California are waiting for a lifesaving transplant. Together we can help save the life of someone’s loved one. Please take that same courageous step as Brett did and sign up today to be a donor in Brett’s memory.
You can leave the same legacy that Brett left…..the legacy of LIFE.
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