Birth Date: August 28, 1966 Birth Place: Buffalo, New York Death: June 1, 2010 Death Place: Buffalo General Hospital, Buffalo, New York
Corey B. Lyman
Birth Date: August 28, 1966 Birth Place: Buffalo, New York Death: June 1, 2010 (Obituary from The Buffalo News) Death Place: Buffalo General Hospital, Buffalo, New York
Here is some pictures, of Corey, from the time he was born, up to the time he passed away, in June of 2010.
Corey was born on August 28, 1966 by Roger and Marcia Zeller. But because of "Marriage Problems", so Roger's sister Arlene (Zeller) and her husband James Lyman adopted Corey, so he can stay in the family. Also, Arlene's doctor told her, that due to her having diabetes since she was a kid, she couldn't have kids. Arlene and James both wanted kids, so the was perfect. 2 years later Arlene and James had their own kid, Jay Lyman.
Laidlaw Job Title: School Bus Driver, also did Charters Terminals: Federal > Grider > Botsford Buffalo, New York School District: City of Buffalo, Public Schools Worked: Sometime in 2003 (Laidlaw)-2009 (First Student)
First Student Job Title: School Bus Driver, also did Charters Terminal: Botsford Buffalo, New York School District: City of Buffalo, Public Schools Worked: Sometime in 2003 (Laidlaw)-2009 (First Student)
Church Service: The Memorial Service was held at Trinity Old Lutheran Church, where he was Birth Ties, get Marry to Katie I. McAndrews (Lyman), was also on the Board, and Record the Church Services, for people for can't come to church. The Service was on June 9th, 2010.
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When Corey passed away on June 1, 2010, Corey donated his body to Unyts and to University at Buffalo, Science. Also if there was anything good from Corey to donate, it was donated to use in someone else.
Headquartered in downtown Buffalo and established in 1981, Unyts is among the leading procurement organizations in the United States, and is one of the only eight centers nationwide to house organ, tissue and eye procurement in one location. With the addition of Community Blood Service, Unyts has become the first organization of its kind nationwide. Unyts operates as a non-profit serving the eight counties of Western New York and works to assist donor families, coordinate the donation process and increase knowledge and awareness within the community regarding transplantation.
Unyts routinely has helped to secure higher rates of donation in Western New York than the national average. When approached following the death of a loved-one for organ donation, Western New York families give consent nearly 90% – the national average is roughly 60%. Due to this generosity, Unyts is ranked as one of the top procurement organizations nationwide.
As recently as 1997, Unyts had just 200 donors; in 2007 the organization surpassed 1,000. In the summer of 2007, Unyts added community blood banking services – bringing both a significant savings to area hospitals and assurance to Western New York donors that their blood donations remain local.
The organization’s network and success have gone hand-in-hand, and as a result, Unyts has been able to spread the message that transplantation is vital – and transplantation saves lives. Unyts is currently headed by President & CEO Mark Simon, and Chair of the Board of Directors Richard A. Grimm III.
*As of January 1, 2012, Unyts operates under, d/b/a Unyts, WNY’s only Organ, Eye, Tissue and Community Blood Center. We are no longer Upstate NY Transplant Services.
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