Local man needs new heart

Hannigan, Michael V.
March 2008
Malakoff News (TX);3/14/2008, Vol. 99 Issue 11, p1A
The article reports that 61-year-old Jerry Clinard and his family, who are residents of Malakoff, Texas, are asking for financial help to enable him to travel to the Methodist Hospital System in Houston where Clinard will undergo a heart transplant.


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