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Family reacts quickly for loved one in need of a ttransplant

August 17, 2011

Bobbie Jo, Paul and Vicky McIntosh are just a part of this tight-knit family. — Post & Mail photo by Robin R. Plasterer

COLUMBIA CITY — The family was ready for anything but this.
But when the children of Paul McIntosh heard he needed a kidney transplant all four of them stepped up immediately.
Paul, 59, had never been sick a day in his life, family members say. For the past 39 years he has worked at Dalton Foundry in Warsaw.
But three years ago Paul began feeling ill. He was tired and weak – and he finally had to go to the doctor.
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