Client: Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago 

Source: The Oak Lawn Reporter 


Tim Sidlow, a former Lurie Children’s patient on a leave of absence due to a liver illness, was honored during a high school baseball game featuring Oak Lawn and Jones Prep: 

“The Oak Lawn game honored Tim Sidlow, a 15-year English teacher who is on a leave of absence due to chronic kidney and liver disease. Players and coaches wore special jerseys with the name “Sidlow” on the back. Proceeds from the sale of the jerseys went to Lurie Children’s Hospital in Chicago where Sidlow received a kidney transplant in 1984.” 


The Oak Lawn Reporter, “Not Lost Causes,” May 11, 2016