Wednesday, January 9, 2013 at 12:15 am (Updated: January 9, 1:04 am)
A beloved school bus driver was honored by a blood drive at Bowers Elementary Monday afternoon.
The community decided to hold a blood drive for John Lewis.
He has leukemia and is at home in hospice care.
Initially the idea was to replenish supplies for his daily blood transfusions, but now the family looks at it as an opportunity to help others.
“He said even though I can’t use it, somebody else could,” said his son David Lewis, who was giving his own donation Monday afternoon at Bowers Elementary.
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