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About a week after Paul Stull retired as president/CEO of the Credit Union Association of New Mexico last July, he suddenly fell ill and was rushed to the emergency room. After undergoing tests and procedures for another week, doctors informed him he had end-stage liver disease and only about a year to live.

His only hope is a liver transplant from a deceased or living donor that matches his O type blood and other requirements. Obviously, this devastating news came as a complete shock because Stull, at 64, was feeling well before he retired and had no known health conditions or problems.

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