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Reat Underwood died in 2014 when a white supremacist attacked the Jewish Community Center in Overland Park, Kan. Because Reat, 14, was an organ donor, his gift of life will be honored by Donate Life, an organization that promotes organ donation, on their 2017 Pasadena Tournament of Roses Parade float. Reat's image, made with flora, will be one of several floragraphs of donors on the float. Chris Ochsner The Kansas City Star
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