In Uncategorized on March 26, 2013 at 10:52 am

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Dan Burr, a physics teacher at Middletown High School, came into school last Tuesday feeling less than his best. Burr was nauseous and tired, leaving him unable to participate in a previously arranged interview. Maybe he could have picked up a virus from one of the roughly 100 students he works with each day, but this was not the case. Trying to describe his ailment, Burr said, “I kind of don’t feel right, it’s one of those things where you’re not sure why.”

Symptoms like this have only been part of the journey that started almost a year ago when Burr decided to make the life-changing decision to donate part of his liver.

One night last spring, after coaching at a track meet, Burr went out to dinner with Don and Sharon Boyer, the longtime track coaches at MHS. Though it started with casual chatter, the conversation soon turned to…

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