Blog 2016

Blog 2016


here's my blog for 2016, you can follow my life that I try to live to the full after being given a second chance by my very generous Organ Donor. I will continue to encourage people to join the organ donor register and hope that the law will change to make it a opt out option X

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PeoplePosted by eric kerr Sat, December 03, 2016 17:22:33

1st dec 2016

Early this morning we lost one of our transplant friends and I think it's left us all shaken today, I can't believe she's gone! God bless Kirstie xx we all know what we let ourselves in for when we have a transplant but this news is hard to take today. Sending all my love to Kirstie's husband and family, also to all my transplant friends

Organ transplant campaigner Kirstie Tancock, who underwent two double lung transplants, has died.

Her husband and mother confirmed the 27-year-old died in a "peaceful and pain free" way.

Mrs Tancock was born with cystic fibrosis, but became a personal trainer and fitness pole dancing, aerial hoop and silks instructor.

Her family thanked the two donors who "gave her the extra five amazing years with us".


This is Stu and Linda. I am sorry too say that at 00:13 this morning my beautiful wife and lyns beautiful daughter passed onto a place where she can dance,sing,party and pole as much as she wants. There is also no pain and suffering now. Kirstie was one in a million and meant the world and more too so many people.
As you know Kirstie is a fighter and fought to the very end. She went peaceful and pain free.
I can't express what we and the family are going through currently and hope you understand if we've not called you personally.
To finish I would like to thank Exeter RD&E and harefield hospitals what they have done over the years has been above and beyond and also her two donors who gave her the extra 5 amazing years with us

Breathe easy babe love love x X x

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