Ryan Jessen, 33, was just suffering a severe migraine. Upon being hospitalised he was diagnosed with a ventricular brain hemorrhage. His dog named Mollie, was by his bedside to say her goodbye.

His sister Michele writes on Facebook: 

"The hospital did the sweetest thing for us and allowed us to bring my brother's dog in to "say goodbye" so she'd know why her human never came home. If you knew my brother, he really loved his sweet dog. (So many people have asked - He thought he had a migraine, but it was a ventricular brain hemorrhage.

"They think it was brought on by high blood pressure, and there's speculation that his frequent consumption of energy drinks may have contributed. THANK YOU to everybody for the outpouring of support, but I won't be responding anymore. We are sincerely touched and humbled by others' stories, their sharing in our sadness and the kindness of so many people. Don't worry about the dog! We're keeping her!!! She's part of the family.) [sic]"

His sister also later revealed that his heart will be donated to a 17 Year old California boy. "As sad as it is to lose Ryan, we know his heart is going to bring so much joy to the family of the recipient. I wish Ryan could know what a difference his heart will make for that young man."

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