Family and friends of Lee Woollerson have raised an incredible £3350 in his memory for Smile4Wessex to benefit the Wessex Neurological Centre.
Lee spent ten days in Neuro ICU at the Wessex Neurological Centre after suffering a subarachnoid haemorrhage (SAH). His recovery was progressing well and he was transferred to a ward, where his wife, Sharon, says he received the best possible care. But tragically Lee suffered a second subarachnoid haemorrhage which led to cardiac arrest and hypoxic brain injury and brain stem death was declared on the 30th August.
Sharon told us that Lee's sudden passing has affected so many people and all his family and friends are slowly adjusting to life without him.... However, bringing them a little comfort during this difficult time, is the knowledge that Lee's passing has made a difference and given hope to two other families, who's loved ones awaiting organ donations, received his kidneys. Lee has certainly left a lasting legacy.
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