Thaxton Kypke, a resident of Port Aransas, finally received the long-awaited call he had been waiting for – a kidney transplant. After being on the waitlist for approximately five years, the call came from the University of Arkansas Medical Sciences, where Kypke was registered. When he and his wife, Donna, received the call around 3 p.m. on Saturday, December 10, 2022, they were filled with a mix of excitement and relief.
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