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Joanne Kelley

In God We Trust
Kel Kelley

Kel lost his battle with health problems tonight. He has gone home to the Lord. We love him dearly and will miss him every day.
In lieu of flowers he and his family ask that donations to go to:
Georgia Transplant Foundation
3125 Presidential Parkway
Suite 230
Atlanta, GA 30340
or by clicking the link below.
University of South Alabama's Jaguar

The University of South Alabama's Jaguar mascot stands in front of the Mitchell Center. USA is located in Mobile, Alabama and their Greek Life students, under the supervision of Ms. Sally Cobb, sponsored and led USA's 2005-2006 Project VALENTINE. The university collected over 200 used cell phones for organ transplant candidates and recipients. Upon completion of the drive, the Greeks presented the phones to one of the seven hospitals owned and operated by the university and associated with University of South Alabama Medical School. USA is one of the nation's premier medical schools in the United States. Many thanks from TripleHeart and Project VALENTINE.

Special Articles:

Jessica's Project

Pregnancy & Parenthood After a Transplant Flyer

Project Valentine
2006 Freshman Forum
Kneeling L-R: David Jennings, Meredith Harvey, Jen Evans, Kaycie Phillips
Standing L-R: Tyrone Smiley, Amy Ludwig, Brett Smith, Shae Mann, Kyle Tibbs,
Mykel Grissom-Story, Jenna Early, Shamika Jessup, Kel Kelley, Jessica
Peinhardt, Brittney Scott On the stage L-R: James Roscoe, Nikki Junkins,
Jennilee Shaver, Chelsea Horihan, Nanci Morales, Brittney Cunningham,
Jessica Burkhalter, Ashley McCarthy

View Past Freshman Forum Photos Here

Read Story Here

Do you know of anyone listed or trying to qualify for an Organ Transplant who needs a Free cell phone to call 911 while they are waiting? Have them get in touch with us. WE CAN HELP through TripleHeart™'s Project Valentine.

Health News

Welcome to

Our Name: TripleHeart, Inc.™

Our Motto: Together - for Life

Our Purpose: To provide a place on the Internet for heart and other organ transplants and primary care givers to contact each other across the country and around the world.

Our Mission: To provide a forum in order to support each other in formal and informal settings on the phone, on the net and/or in person on a regular or irregular basis to better understand the highs and lows of the walk we share.

Our Vision: That no transplant, pre- or post-, be alone when needing answers or understanding from someone who KNOWS what the ups and downs are, the roller coaster ride of physical and emotional feelings that happen to, not all, but most of us.

Our Acknowledgement: That no two transplants are identical any more than any other group of people.

However, we do have a lot in common and can be a source of knowledge and comfort to one another in order to improve and possibly extend our unique lives as TRANSPLANTS.

We, Joanne and Kel, have found that most Heart Transplant Recipients and Primary Care Givers have almost no contact, if any, with others like ourselves after the Heart Transplant procedure and very little contact while we are listed, much less while we are deciding to become transplant candidates or going through the qualification process.

I, Kel, one day while on the waiting list, asked my heart transplant doctor if his nurses had a job description. His answer was, “Yes.” I asked if the transplant coordinators had job descriptions. Again he replied, “ Yes.” Then I asked if he had a job description. Somewhat confused as to the reason for my line of questioning he answered, “Of course, why do you ask?” “Because I have a job description and I don’t have any idea what it is,” I complained.

The week before I had been 45 minutes late for a checkup and arrived rattled. Having been a salesman all over metro Atlanta for 25 years, I never got lost. I knew the city and surrounding area about as well as anyone. I got hopelessly lost and, a number person couldn’t remember the doctor’s office number, the number at the hospital, my own home phone number and didn’t even have the presence of mind to dial 911. I was terribly shaken. When I finally found the hospital and the doctor’s office a transplant coordinator asked what had happened. When I explained what had transpired, she smiled and said, “That’s great! You just moved up on the list!” Then she shared with me that it was fairly common during the waiting process for patients to have lapses of memory and was an indication of a worsening condition. When I asked why I hadn’t been warned, she gave a very logical and very unsettling answer. Not all candidates had the symptom, so why bother the patient with information about something that might not occur. And…the symptom could be easily faked in order to move up on the list. True, true and false. True…it is unfair to cause a patient unnecessary worry about a minute possibility. True…it is unfair that pre-transplants are like other groups of people. We are not all perfect and good and some of us would definitely TAKE ADVANTAGE. False…medications are required to list possible side effects. In this most radical situation we should have access to information…each other.

Doctors and hospitals are prohibited under the doctor/patient confidentiality ethic from letting us know who each other (heart transplant patients) are. And a web site such as this does not offer FREE PRIZES and obviously doesn’t appeal to the masses…so millions of people are not hurrying to find transplant sites or cancer sites or sites about the best beaches to be attacked by sharks. That brings us to the HARD PART. We can only find each other through friends who are willing to pass the word along. So…FRIENDS…please pass the word along not just to transplants; but also to all your friends (if we only pass the message to transplants we know, we are limited)…but if we pass the word to just 10 friends and each one of them sends the message to just 10 friends, etc., etc. that’s how we will get our message to those who need it.


Joanne and Kel Kelley

Ezekiel 36:26 “I will give you a new heart….”

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E.G. “Kel” Kelley and Joanne Kelley
2991 Concord Way • Douglasville, Georgia 30135-1769
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