A 74-year-old man has taken to the streets in a desperate search to find a kidney donor for his wife.
Winters says he felt helpless watching Deanne suffer, so he chose to find her a kidney himself by hitting the streets in a new suit and shoes.
Deanne was diagnosed with stage five kidney failure.
It has become part of Winters to walk for miles while hanging a sandwich board advertisement on his neck near his Farr West, Utah home.
He came up with the idea of wearing the sandwich board when he saw a story online about another man who did the same thing and received national attention. "I felt like I needed to do something".
"I thought, I can do this", Winters said.
Winters knows finding a match isn't an easy process, and when he gets a donor for his wife, he says he won't stop trying to get people to donate kidneys. At one point, a driver pulled over and said he would get tested to see if he was a match.
Wayne wears a sign with big red letters that reads: 'Need kidney A- 4 wife 675-0278'.
"I say 'Deanne, I think we have a good chance of getting you a kidney", he said.
But until it's for sure, Winters will keep searching.
"After I get a kidney I will have my wife back the way she was, normal, helping people, loving people; she likes to serve other people", Winters said. He considers it his life mission.