Wednesday, December 10, 1997
Spc. Jeter's organs donated

The Cincinnati Enquirer

Even in death, Cincinnati Police Spc. Ronald Jeter helped save a life. His family allowed his organs to be collected Saturday for transplantation.

His liver was transplanted in a 20-year-old female college student. His kidneys, unusable for transplant, were sent for use in medical studies, said Mark Sommerville, director of education for the Ohio Valley LifeCenter.

Those interested in becoming organ donors can call the Ohio Valley LifeCenter, 558-5555.

Today's report

Thousands pay their respects
Witness: Killer hid gun in pants
Web sites, other memorials
Pastor hopes funeral brings peace
Funeral information

Tuesday's report

911 boss admits error likely
Borgman cartoon
Shock, grief and guilt Laura Pulfer column
City thanks slain heroes
Killer's family visits his home
Many officers limited in experience
Forces across Tristate take heed
Names to be added to memorial

Monday's report

Argument preceded shooting
Tragedy puts face on job Cliff Radel column
Families lean on faith, memories
Friends, acquaintances mourn
Grief stays, say families who know
Police deaths declining

Sunday's report

Community mourns fallen officers
Suspect's family: He was 'respectful'
Sequence of events
Officers highly regarded
Officers deal with sorrow, job's risks
Chief's message: 'Take care of each other'
Hollister St. residents shocked