Monday, December 22, 2014


Megan worked long and hard on this slide show that does an amazing job of capturing what we've been through as a family and how you have all been such a blessing in our lives. Megan did her best to compile photos of you all, but unfortunately wasn't able to round up everyone. (We can only Insta-Stalk so much) We are thinking of you and are very grateful for you even if your mugshot didn't make the cut. PLEASE BECOME AN ORGAN DONOR!!!

Click on link below. Enjoy!


  1. You did a great job Megs! You really know how to make a Prego lady cry. Ha You guys are such great examples to all of us! Love you ! #RamptonStrong

  2. #Ramptonstrong. #RamptonCourage #champions. Thank you for inspiring me to be a better person. I love you guys.

  3. Alec and Megan,
    This slideshow brought a smile to my face. The two of you are absolutely amazing, wonderful people. The optimistic energy your family radiates is contagious. I am honored to have been able to be a part of your lives. Your family is beautiful and I wish Alec a continued recovery!
    Best Wishes,
    Jesse Nehring PA

  4. It was a beautiful video !! I watched it twice and cried!! I saw it on the donor site. I had a double lung transplant 9 months ago. My story is on Fb helping Jerusha.
    I spent 40 days at IMC before transplant at the U.
    Thank you for sharing!!

  5. I haven't made it all the way through your blog. Have u had two transplants? Jerusha Daines.

    1. Yes I have had two liver transplants this far, and due to the chronic rejection I am experiencing currently I am facing a third. I am so happy for you and your transplant! Isn't it the most amazing feeling to finally get that thing and watch as your health comes back in to place! Good luck to you and I'm glad you enjoyed the video and our blog!

  6. Hi Rampton family! Joseph Redman here, former Utah medical student, now new doc in Texas. It's great to revisit your story on your blog here and see how well you're doing! I was wondering, if you get a chance, if you'd email me at I'm interesting in doing research in PSC and wanted to ask you a few questions about what kind of medical organizations you've come across that might be set up specifically for PSC patients.

  7. Thank you Steph. Although I hope that it never gets to that stage for me because I definitely want to live to be a little old lady, under those circumstances it's so important to me that my organs be donated.