Over the years, Tim Ryan, the morning news co-anchor on KDFW, has given more than 17 gallons of blood. So during Ryan’s final week on Good Day before retiring, he encouraged viewers to donate blood in his honor. And boy, did they.
Tim Ryan, the morning news co-anchor on Good Day on KDFW, the Fox O&O in Dallas, announced his retirement in early August effective the end of the month.
Ryan has been a part of Good Day since its inception in 1995. He started at KDFW in 1989.
During Ryan’s final week on Good Day before retiring, Ryan encouraged viewers to donate blood in his honor.
Over the years, Ryan has given more than 17 gallons of blood, and during his final week, he donated once more.
During the five-day blood drive on Good Day in honor of Ryan, the station’s viewers donated 2,885 units of blood and 915 platelets.
Each donation can save up to three lives, so their generosity may save 11,000 lives.
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