High school principal dies after donating bone marrow to save stranger
WESTFIELD, N.J. – A high school principal has died after going to the hospital to donate bone marrow to try to save the life of a 14-year-old in France. Derrick Nelson, principal of Westfield High School in New Jersey, died unexpectedly Sunday night, according to school officials. His fiancée, Sheronda Braker, said that Nelson suffered complications after his bone marrow donation.