Tag Archives: Cathy Griffith
October 20, 2016
January 8, 2016
In March, 2016, Cathy was named the Secretary of The Digestive Disease National Coalition (DDNC).
The DDNC was founded in 1978 and is headquartered in Washington D.C. They are an advocacy organization made up of several major national voluntary and professional societies that focus on raising awareness and support for digestive diseases. The DDNC in particular deals with improving public policy related to digestive diseases and works to increase public awareness about the many diseases of the digestive system.
July 6, 2015
From the WJAC TV website!
“After pancreatic cancer took Cathy Griffith’s husband Greg, instead of taking to road to ‘why me,’ the Hollidaysburg native decided to choose the ‘believe always’ path. In this week’s Making a Difference, Lindsay Ward found out what she’s done to keep his memory alive, and how the local community stepped in.”
November 1, 2012
If you know Cathy Griffith you may have noticed the necklace she wears with a picture of her and Greg inside. This was a gift given to her by Tracy and Sally Fownes after Greg had passed. It is a Tiffany-style sterling necklace, in which you can place any locket-sized picture. CONTINUE READING
October 11, 2011
Our mission is to one day see a world without pancreatic cancer. And for that matter, to see cancer of all types completely eliminated from our world!
How do we go about doing that? The answer is simple: by giving it to God and asking His Spirit to guide us as instruments to help “FUND a cure!” What makes us unique from other cancer research foundations is that our mission is driven by the Holy Spirit. With God in control, we believe that we will see a cure for pancreatic cancer. CONTINUE READING
June 8, 2011
On Saturday, January 30th, 2010, Greg played two hours of basketball. He was the high scorer in the game and felt great throughout. At four o’clock that afternoon, we went to church, and I noticed that Greg looked a little yellow. Afterwards, we went to dinner. Greg said he wasn’t hungry.