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"It was God’s plan, not mine," says Victoria Trettel, who donated a kidney to Mark Rhodes. Star-Telegram/Ron T. Ennis

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"It was God’s plan, not mine," says Victoria Trettel, who donated a kidney to Mark Rhodes. Star-Telegram/Ron T. Ennis
Previous 12 Next Play/Pause "It was God’s plan, not mine," says Victoria Trettel, who donated a kidney to Mark Rhodes. Star-Telegram/Ron T. Ennis Star-Telegram/Ron T. Ennis "It was God’s plan, not mine," says Victoria Trettel, who donated a kidney to Mark Rhodes. Star-Telegram/Ron T. Ennis Ron T. Ennis / Fort Worth Star-Telegram
Previous 12 Next Play/Pause "It was God’s plan, not mine," says Victoria Trettel, who donated a kidney to Mark Rhodes. Star-Telegram/Ron T. Ennis Star-Telegram/Ron T. Ennis "It was God’s plan, not mine," says Victoria Trettel, who donated a kidney to Mark Rhodes. Star-Telegram/Ron T. Ennis Ron T. Ennis / Fort Worth Star-Telegram

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