Team Skol To Dave walks in memory of David Jensen. Dave was a great father, husband, son and friend, but most of all a great man. Dave was always willing to help family, friends and strangers whenever called upon. It would come as no surprise to all that new him that he continued helping others after his death. We lost Dave unexpectedly at the age of 52 and our world was turned upside down. There were so many decisions to be made at the worst time of our life. Dave helped us at that time too. He had made sure we knew that he wanted us to donate anything that could be used to help someone else, and when the call came to ask us about donation, it was an easy decision for us. We also walk for those that are charged with the task of getting the approval for donationand working with the families during this process. I received a call from a young man from the Blood Center of Wisconsin within an hour or so of Dave's death to inquire if we would be willing to donate Dave's eyes, tissue and bone. I could tell this was not an easy thing for him to ask nor was it easy for him to ask me the litany of questions he had with respect to health history and background. He walked me through the process with compassion and empathy, and I even heard his voice crack a few times during that call. He clearly understood my pain and was feeling it right along with me. I felt at ease knowing without quesiton that this is what Dave wanted, and that those involved were respectful of how difficult this situation was. I do not know the young man's name that I spoke with, for what seemed a very long time, but I think of him often with great appreciation for getting me through that process.