Digital Camera

The Bellows family donated a digital camera to the Methodist Jennie Edmundson Birthing Center on Friday, in memory of their son, Noah, who passed away seven years ago.

Some of the Methodist Jennie Edmundson Hospital Birthing Center nurses gathered Friday in memory of Noah Bellows, son of Paul and Karin Bellows, who died in 2012, six days after his birth.

An engraved digital camera gifted by the Bellows family will now help families better preserve memories in such circumstances.

The Bellows have “given back” every year since his passing, as a way to show generosity toward the nurses and team who cared for them during that time, Karin Bellows said.

Bellows works in the radiology department and has had two more children at Jennie Edmundson since Noah’s passing.

“Because of the generosity we’ve been shown by so many nurses here, we love to give back to those families who have limited resources to remember their babies,” Karin Bellows said.

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