They Met At The Citadel. 35 Years Later, A Fort Mill Teacher Gave His ‘Brother’ A Kidney

As seen in the Rock Hill Herald, by Tobie Nell Perkins

Rob Settin needed a kidney.

A sacrifice by a Citadel classmate who Settin hadn’t spoken to in 35 years got him the kidney he needed.

After two years of daily dialysis, Settin had almost given up.

“It’s kind of like being in a war every day,” he said. “You look at a machine, and realize that’s why you’re alive every day.”