Tag Archives: Greg Griffith
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.”
May 22, 2012
The Altoona Area Christian Coalition presented an award to Greg Griffith, and it was received by his wife Cathy as well as 11-year old Kiera Chridon. CONTINUE READING
February 29, 2012
Greg Griffith and Kiera Chirdon’s paths were intertwined, and they seem to have been put on this earth for the same purpose.
They both were diagnosed with stage four cancer in the winter of 2010, attended Father William Kiel’s healing services together in Indiana PA, and share the same confidence that the Lord can and does heal.
January 5, 2012
The following article appeared on wearecentralpa.com:
“The Hollidaysburg Area YMCA is celebrating the Allegheny Street Bridge project was created in 2009 to offer qualifying teens a free membership. Sponsored by funds from an anonymous donor and a grant from the United Way of Blair County.
December 12, 2011
This is a message we all need to hear at different times in our lives!
I was feeling a little down this morning (feeling sorry for myself) when I turned to a book a friend gave me. The book was written by Dodie Osteen and entitled “Healed of Cancer.” Cath has mentioned this book on carepages in the past but it is the first time I picked it up and read it. It is a very spiritual book about faith but one of the things that impressed me was Dodie’s lunch bucket approach to life. I came away from the book not feeling sorry for myself but with a need to put my pants on and get moving. CONTINUE READING
November 16, 2011
It’s our desire that this website be a place for all those affected by pancreatic cancer to have their questions answered and receive support from those who’ve gone through similar situations. We believe, with this goal in mind, that this site is the first of its kind. We hope that the Griffith’s experience, as told by Cathy Griffith, will be the beginning of fulfilling that mission.
On Saturday, January 30th, 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.