Heart Transplant #14 Has Been a Very Good Number as presented by: The Statesman

Schieffer received his life-saving heart transplant on May 25, 1988, and a rebirthday celebration was held in his honor at the hospital Friday morning May 24, 2013 with family, friends and hospital staff. He holds a photograph of Jason White, the young man who died in a accident and whose heart was transplanted into Schieffer. A rebirthday celebration was held in his honor at the hospital Friday morning May 24, 2013 with family, friends and hospital staff. Granddaughter Katie Cox signs a rebirthday card for her grandfather Twain Schieffer who celebrates 25 years and the longest living heart transplant recipient in Central Texas. Austin resident Twain Schieffer, left, embraces Dr. John Oswalt, right, the surgeon who performed his heart transplant surgery 25 years ago at Seton Medical Center Austin at a celebration in his honor as being the longest living heart transplant recipient in Central Texas.

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