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He said he was not a match for his fiancee, who died from kidney failure before a donor could be found."To see this happen is a good feeling for me," Lietz said. (Dempsey) goes into this not expecting anything and finds a lifelong partner."Since their transplant surgery, Dempsey and Krueger have spoken at one of Lietz' events at Moraine Valley Community College to promote organ donation, Lietz said.Their story was first reported March 3 in the Daily Southtown, shortly after they met.After all, it gets awfully lonely waiting around for "the one." Perhaps you've decided that what you need at this point in your life is someone to talk to and laugh with — someone with whom you can share the sheets, but not the tax refund.Many older divorced or widowed men and women are in the same boat. You're probably not desperate enough to stalk your neighbors, or to go looking for friends with benefits in all the wrong places (bars come to mind).Like most betrothed couples, Chris Dempsey and Heather Krueger share a special bond, but theirs is much more rare, and vital, than most.When they marry in the fall, they won't have to think twice about that reference to "in sickness and in health."Dempsey, a Frankfort resident and village employee, met Krueger last year — just six weeks before she underwent a liver transplant.Both said the publicity has been "overwhelming," but Krueger hopes it will increase awareness of the need for organ donation."I didn't know anything about living donors until I needed one," she said."There are thousands of people on a waiting list for a liver or a kidney.
A week before her March 23 birthday, the Tinley Park woman is to receive a new liver – a gift from Chris Dempsey, a code enforcement...
It was a remarkably fortunate twist of fate because Dempsey became her donor. There's an angel watching over me."Now, they said, everything is "perfect," as both have healthy livers.
How many brides can say their grooms not only gave them a diamond ring but the gift of life? It's not only the organ donation, but how much he was there for me through the worst time in my life," Krueger, of Tinley Park, said. The liver is the human organ with the greatest ability to regenerate, and Dempsey donated 55 percent of his.
Krueger was quite ill from liver disease and hoping for a donor.
She had posted her critical need on Facebook and posted fliers in local businesses.