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On this month’s show, Cathy first talks with Dr. Victor Rizzo about his relationship with Greg Griffith and some of the charitable causes that he is involved in. In the show’s second segment, Lisa Konz talks about her work with the American Cancer Society. In the final segment, Allison Stockley and Vicky Mirenda talk about their work with grieving children through The Healing Path. (more…)
On this month’s show, Cathy first talks with Kelli Baker about her involvement with the foundation’s Tackle Cancer this past fall. In the show’s second segment, Sgt. Huffman and Sgt. Harris of the United States Marine Corps talk about their involvement with Toys for Tots. Finally, Cathy talks to Laurie Smith of the Hollidaysburg Area YMCA and Vicky Mirenda of the Casino at Lakemont about New Year’s Eve and the foundation’s New Year’s BeliEVE Spectacular. (more…)
On this month’s show, Cathy first talks with Susan Davies and Lynn Auerback-Kaplain, who have both had family members effected by pancreatic cancer, about their experiences and their efforts to battle the disease. In the show’s second segment, she talks with Vanessa Schenk, Joyce Gray, and Nicole Fedeli-Turiano of the Home Nursing Agency about their interaction with Greg and her and their roles with the agency. (more…)
Dr. A James Moser and Dr. Mark Callery recently performed a robot-assisted pancreatectomy at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center. The state-of-the-art surgery was the first in the Boston area. (more…)
Most of you are probably farmiliar with Jack Andraka by now, but in case you’re not, he’s the 15-year-old who’s developed a ground-breaking early detection test for pancreatic, ovarian, and lung cancers.
Jack spoke about his research at the third annual Griff’s Run and Gun Dinner and Silent Auction this July, and has been an active supporter of The Greg and Cathy Griffith Family Foundation and the AFFPC (more…)
On this month’s show, Cathy talks with Bill Shuster, the Pennsylvania Representative to the United States Congress and Victoria Mirenda, General Sales Manager at The Casino at Lakemont. (more…)
On this month’s show, Cathy talks with Donn Stubbs, a friend and Hollidaysburg basketball teammate of Greg Griffith, and Allison Stubbs, a family friend of the Griffith’s, about their involvement with Griff’s Run and Gun and the foundation as a whole. In the second segment Cathy discusses the role of the caregiver and helping those in need with Geraldine Pontzer and Francine Endler, both of whom have experience with providing care and attend St. Michael’s Parish in Hollidaysburg.
On this month’s show, Cathy talks with Diane Zink, a family friend and committee member for the foundation; Elsie Gibney, Director of Community Relations for the Altoona Curve; and Jennifer Gehl, a Certified Acutonics Practitioner and Instructor. (more…)
This video features highlights from Greg’s speeches at the 2010 and 2011 Griff’s Run and Gun Dinners.
Greg’s passion, courage, and dedication, which he brought to all of life, show through in this video. The Griffith Family Foundation is dedicated to continuing to fight the fight against pancreatic cancer and to keeping Greg’s vision alive! (more…)
In this month’s show Cathy first talks with 11-year-old Kiera Chirdon, who has a rare form of cancer. In the second segment, she hosts Jack Collins, CEO of Link Computer Corporation and Tom Kopriva, Executive Director of the Hollidaysburg Area YMCA. And finally she speaks with Cindy Kanski, Bethany Kanski and Amanda Ottoway, all of whom knew Greg Griffith well and are also involved in the yearly planning of Griff’s Run and Gun for a Cure. (more…)