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When Dean Haas isn’t selling cars, he may be working for blood.
The Jamestown resident has volunteered as a United Blood Services blood donation coordinator for the past 21 years, and he said he’s responsible for raising more than 3,000 blood units.
Blood drive coordinator Donna Gullickson and Trinity Lutheran Church have sponsored a blood drive to benefit United Blood Services. The drive held on Aug. 10 saw 75 people volunteer to donate blood and 65 able to give.
Jamestown was the site for a blood drive March 9-10 to benefit United Blood Services. Rob Miller, senior donor recruitment representative at United Blood Services, said of the 164 people who volunteered to donate, 147 were able to give. Thirty-five people gave blood on the automated 2RBC machine which collects two units of red blood cells during the donation,
Are six people on the Federal Drug Administration Advisory Committee on Blood Safety and Available insane? Or are they willing to infect the American people with their own twisted version of political correctness?
Two blood drives were recently held in Jamestown to benefit United Blood Services.
Blood drive coordinator Sally Flieth, the North Dakota State Hospital and James River Correctional Center held a blood drive on March 23. Fifty-three people volunteered to donate and 48 were able to give. Three of the donors gave blood for the first time.
Plans for an Aberdeen blood processing plant are moving ahead despite delays for a beef processing plant that was initially pitched as its partner.
Earlier plans had called for the IKOR blood processing plant to buy cattle blood from Northern Beef Packers, whose plant is under construction following several delays.
Blood drive coordinator Loren Lind and the Sertoma Club sponsored a blood drive Jan. 12-13. There were 119 people volunteering to donate blood and 95 were able to give. One donor gave blood for the first time.
Ask Barb Neumiller how dedicated she is about donating blood and she might flash her tattoo of the United Blood Services logo on her right ankle.
Neumiller is a nearly 40-year veteran of donating blood and has given 116 units, or 14 1/2 gallons, over her lifetime. She donates at least four times a year.
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