No, Steve Jobs most likely DID NOT "deprive someone in Memphis of a liver transplant. You need to understand how organ transplants work. You can't just take an organ from a random person and put it in another random person and expect everything to be fine. There has to be as close a match between the person donating the organ and the person receiving the organ. Not only that, but there is only a short window of time for an organ to be put into the recipient before it goes bad. Many organs are wasted all the time because of this.
And Steve Jobs is NOT the only person to go to another place for a transplant. "Ordinary" people do this too. I know an endocrinologist in Ohio who sends diabetic patients to Kentucky for pancreas transplants all the time. Does that mean that the Ohioan is depriving a Kentuckian of a transplant? NO! A local cardiologist sends all his heart transplant candidates to the Mayo Clinic for heart transplants.
If I have patients that need a transplant, I encourage them to do the same thing Steve Jobs did: research as many places ALL OVER THE US to find the best place to get the transplant done. Many times where a transplant is done makes all the difference.
Do some research into the process before you make up things like this.