At a gathering Thursday at Providence Regional Medical Center Everett, Vicki Moore was visibly moved by those who spoke of her son Parker Lang’s thoughtfulness, including having made the decision on his own, just months before he was killed, to become an organ donor. Parker died March 11, 2016, after being struck by a vehicle in Mill Creek. His organs have saved a number of lives. (Dan Bates / The Herald)

At a gathering Thursday at Providence Regional Medical Center Everett, Vicki Moore was visibly moved by those who spoke of her son Parker Lang’s thoughtfulness, including having made the decision on his own, just months before he was killed, to become an organ donor. Parker died March 11, 2016, after being struck by a vehicle in Mill Creek. His organs have saved a number of lives. (Dan Bates / The Herald)

A young man’s gift of life is honored

Organ donor Parker Lang, who died in March 2016, will have his image on a Rose Parade float.

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