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Bozeman Boy Honored At Rose Bowl Parade

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On Wednesday, over 80 organ donors will be honored at the Rose Bowl Parade including one Bozeman boy who changed many people's lives by donating his organs, after his tragic death.

Bryce Autry was six-years-old when he lost his life to chiari malformation, meaning his brain had slipped into his spinal column.

After Bryce passed away, his family decided to donate his organs. His organs including his kidney, his liver and his corneas were donated to people across the country.

His floragraph will be displayed on the "Light up the World" float in the Rose Bowl Parade on Wednesday morning along with 80 others, 30 transplant recipients and 12 living donors.

The parade begins at 9 a.m. mountain time.

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