Alan Molineux suffered a horrible accident in his early twenties that cost him his leg and without blood transfusions would have cost his life. He spent the rest of his life regularly donating blood in order to help save the lives of others. Sadly, he passed away on June 23rd of this year. At the time of his death he had donated over 40 gallons of blood, an achievement for which he was very proud. Losing someone is never easy but sometimes loss is a chance turn grief into something meaningful. We, Alan’s family are asking that friends family and anyone else who is willing, make and keep appointments to give blood to the American Red Cross or a donation center near you. We figure it will take at least 320 people giving a pint of blood each to even come close to matching what he donated in his lifetime. Please help us to continue his legacy of love and hope.