The Schneider Pediatric Center held an emotional meeting to express gratitude and condolences to the families of two individuals whose lives had been saved through organ donation. Dr. Lena Korn Feldman, director of Beilinson Hospital, spoke about the impact of Jonathan Yitzchak Samo’s organ donation and shared her heartfelt condolences to his family. Tammy Fink, transplant coordinator at Beilinson Hospital and mother of a soldier currently in Gaza, also spoke about the unique bond between mothers of soldiers and the importance of understanding their pain and sacrifice.
Moshe Samo, Jonathan’s father, shared his son’s bravery and the profound impact of his organ donation on others. Professors Dan Arabot and Yaron Barak, who performed the heart transplant, emphasized the significance and emotional weight of the situation and expressed their deep connection to Jonathan. The meeting brought together parents from both families, highlighting the life-saving impact of organ donation and inspiring gratitude among recipients and their loved ones.
The doctors at the Schneider Center expressed their deep appreciation for Jonathan’s family’s generosity, acknowledging how it had positively affected recipients like Tehilah Tespiya. The meeting served as a powerful reminder of how organ donations can bring hope during moments of profound grief and loss. Overall, the content emphasized how generosity can have a significant emotional impact on those who receive it, making them feel grateful for life-saving gifts during difficult times.