By Paul Kurtz

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Organ donation was in the spotlight at Jefferson Hospital today as part of ‘National Donate Life Month’.

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After undergoing the agony of watching her 22-year-old son Bob pass away, Linda Selvey Coyle found solace in knowing that one of his organs saved another person’s life.

“We were in a hospital setting to make a decision for him. But all we could do was honor his decision. And his decision was to donate.”

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Joanne Brusich of Delaware received a life saving liver transplant after suffering for years, first from Hepatitis C and then liver cancer.

“I think about it every day. I wake up every morning and often hold my hand on my side and thank God and thank my donor and my donor’s family.”

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The ceremony also featured the unveiling of a donors quilt which will be placed on permanent display at Jefferson.