The following article, written by Walt Frank, ran in the Altoona Mirror on the Sunday, March 11, 2011:
Pancreatic cancer is a tough opponent.
A local organization, the Greg and Cathy Griffith Family Foundation, is spearheading fundraising efforts against the disease that took Greg’s life Aug. 26 at the age of 50 after a 19-month battle.Read More
A story based on “Godwinks: A Story of Faith, Family, Community and Love” by Jen LaConte appeared on the website of widely distributed Men’s Health magazine. It’s exciting to think about more people getting to hear about Greg’s inspiring story! Check out the link here:Read More
Greg was featured in this episode of Healthcast on WTAJ on August 11, 2010:Read More
Greg was featured in a story about “acutonics” and how they can be part of the greater healing process on WTAJ on March 3, 2011:Read More
As written on page 13 in the Hollidaysburg/Blair County Hometown Magazine October 2011 Edition:
Greg Griffith went home to be with the Lord on August 26, 2011. He had survived 19 months with stage 4 pancreatic and liver cancer.
Greg had a wonderful last month of his life. Booker Moore, President of L.R. Webber and Associates orchestrated a wonderful Greg Griffith night at the Altoona Curve on August 16th.
The following article was published in the Altoona Mirror on August 28, 2011:
“Greg Griffith fought a spirited battle and never let a dreaded disease get him down.
Griffith, 50, of Hollidaysburg died Friday after a 19-month battle with pancreatic cancer.
See obituary on Page A9.