Connie Culp is Dead : Death, Obituary, Cause of Death, Memorial, Funeral
360NG totally feeling remorsed to announce the death of a loved one ‘Connie Culp ‘.
‘Connie Culp ‘ has Passed Away.
Friends and families of the deceased are mourning the passing of their loved and cherished Connie Culp .
About Connie Culp
The death of Connie Culp was made known to us and confirmed via social media.
Connie Culp (March 26, 1963 – July 2020) was the first United States recipient of a partial face transplant, performed at the Cleveland Clinic in December 2008.
Connie Culp Cause of Death
How Connie Culp died (Cause of death)
It was announced in late July of 2020 that Culp had died. She was 57.
Dr. Frank Papay, the chair of the Cleveland Clinic’s Dermatology and Plastic Surgery Institute who was on Culp’s surgical squad, reflected upon her passing: “Connie was an incredibly brave, vibrant woman and an inspiration to many. Her strength was evident in the fact that she had been the longest-living face transplant patient to date. She was a great pioneer and her decision to undergo a sometimes-daunting procedure is an enduring gift for all of humanity.”
Connie Culp Memorial/Funeral
Location of Memorial has not been disclosed yet, we will update you once information has been revealed..
Connie Culp Tributes
What People Say about Connie Culp !!!
Connie Culp’s life changed forever when her husband shot her in the face in 2004. She underwent a face transplant at the Cleveland Clinic in 2008, a first-of-its-kind surgery in the U.S., and she later became an organ donor activist. https://t.co/S6kMO9icA4
— NBC12 WWBT Richmond (@NBC12) July 31, 2020
We are saddened by the loss of Connie Culp, the first face transplant recipient in the U.S.
She was an inspiration to all of us at Cleveland Clinic. pic.twitter.com/gvuJCzf7Jd
— ClevelandClinicNews (@CleClinicNews) July 31, 2020
— 25newskrhd (@25NewsKRHD) July 31, 2020
Connie Culp, the woman who underwent the first near-total face transplant in the United States at the Cleveland Clinic, has died.https://t.co/Pg89aBNqb3
— WNCT (@wnct9) July 31, 2020