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2014 Kidney Transplant Family Reunion in Camino

THE SOIK, Roley and Navarec families visit before enjoying a barbecue in Camino. The families have a special bond since last April when Michelle Roley, fourth from left, donated a kidney to Eric Soik, second from left, and her father Mike Navarec, on the right, received a kidney from another donor. Photo by Laurie Edwards.

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Serendipitous situation bonds families

By From page B2 | August 11, 2014

It’s 3 on a Saturday afternoon in Camino. It’s a little gloomy outside but the mood at Eric and Amy Soik’s house is anything but somber. Ash from a nearby fire is falling down on their guests but nobody seems to mind.

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