A WOMAN who wouldn't have seen her children grow up or her grandchildren born has been reunited with a good samaritan from Petersfield who saved her life almost 30 years ago.
Sara Davies, 60, saved the life of Catherine Naylor, 67, when she donated bone marrow to her after she as diagnosed with leukaemia. She had joined the Anthony Nolan donor register in her early 20s after learning that her father might need a bone marrow transplant for aplastic anaemia.
The dental hygienist from Steep said she never expected to be asked to donate but that she was excited and positive when she received the message that she was needed to help save someone's life.
For full story, see this week's Petersfield Herald.