By Leah Mcdonald For Dailymail.com
Published: 14:49 BST, 12 June 2019 | Updated: 15:09 BST, 12 June 2019
Footage shows the moving moment more than 100 hospital staff lined the corridors of a hospital to honor a nurse who donated her organs before she died.
Mary Desin, 58, died unexpectedly on June 2 after suffering a brain aneurysm.
Desin worked for 39 years as a nurse at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center's Hamot hospital in Erie and has continued to save patients' lives by becoming an organ donor.
Mary Desin, (pictured), who worked as a nurse in Pennsylvania, died following a brain aneurysm on May 31 and decided to donate her organs
Over 100 of her colleagues lined the hallway as Desin was wheeled to an operating theater on her ICU bed where her liver and kidneys were donated.
Her son, Matthew James Desin, told Good Morning America: 'It was extremely emotional.Most everybody was crying.
'People I didn't even know came up to me during the time and said how much they loved her and she helped them get further in their career.
'I expected maybe 20 people from her times as an OR nurse and her current position to be there. I didn't expect over 100 people to be impacted by her loss.'
In an obituary, Mary was described as an animal lover, especially of dogs. It read: 'Mary