"I feel like I raised a gem," says Erin Rollman's mother, Georgianne. Photo by Kathryn Scott Osler, The Denver Post.
By John Moore
Last Sunday, I wrote my final freelance piece for The Denver Post, my home off and on for the past 24 years. It was about Denver actor Erin Rollman, who just became just the fourth Coloradan this year to offer up a kidney for donation to a total stranger. Because Rollman signed up for a paired-donation program, her altruism set off a chain that already has saved three lives, including a young boy, and that number will grow.
Here's the story. It's one of my favorites among the many heartwarming stories members of the Colorado theater community have allowed me to tell.
<a href="photos.denverpost.com/2013/09/08/photos-erin-rollman-donating-a-kidney-to-a-stranger" target="_blank">And here's a link to a photo gallery </a>that goes with the story by The Denver Post's great photographer, Kathryn Scott Osler.
For more information on living donors, go to the <a href="https://www.kidneyregistry.org/" target="_blank">National Kidney Registry home page.</a>