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Through compassionate support, outreach and education to families and communities, our mission is to provide donated human tissue for the benefit of others.

RTI Donor Services is a not-for-profit, American Association of Tissue Banks (AATB)- accredited tissue recovery network dedicated to serving donor families and the donation community in perpetuating the circle of life. We help to enhance the lives of others by working with organ and tissue agencies to provide responsible stewardship of the gift of donation. In the communities that we serve, RTI Donor Services offers families the option of tissue donation, provides family aftercare services and offers community information and awareness. 

Donor Families and Recipients

  1. Marty Mosley

    Marty Mosley

  2. Christie Blakely

    Christie Blakely

  3. Ron Earley

    Ron Earley

  4. Kathleen Southard

    Kathleen Southard

Voices of Donation

"Winston affected the lives of over 50 people through the use of his organs and tissue,” Debbie said. “We think that’s a great way to remember a great guy!”

– Debbie Morris, donor wife
Winston Morris, Jr.

“Her last unselfish act in life was to give the gift of life to others and for her grieving family, it was a great consolation to think that in a sense, Amy would still be with us.”

– John Henderson, Amy's father
Amy Firth

I’ve never known a man who could balance strength and sensitivity like my Bryant. He was the most amazing man and you’d be hard pressed to find any who thought differently. Our lives are empty without him but hopefully through his donation he can fill the lives of others.

– Angelia Dean, donor wife
Bryant Dean

“We never met either of Meagan’s donor families, but we always felt a connection with them. If it were not for them, we would not have had 17 incredibly amazing years with Meagan.” 

– Holly Nix, donor's mother
Meagan Rickman

“One of the most surprising things about the donation was how many people our gift helped. It was a comfort to know that Patrick’s generosity continued even after death.”

– Kay Peterson, donor wife
Patrick Peterson