Retired Judge Faye Harrison Weighs in on Her Experience from Blood Donor to Recipient
While giving blood for the first time as a freshman at Michigan State University, Faye Harrison was approached by an ROTC commanding officer who wanted to thank her and other donors. “If it weren’t for people like you,” the officer said, “I would have died on the battlefield.”
The officer’s presence put a real face to the need. The experience would inspire her to become a loyal blood donor and advocate over the next 50 years.