Tag Archives: In the News
May 31, 2012
Cathy Griffith and Booker Moore recently appeared, along with Dennis Zink, on the Hollidaysburg Area YMCA’s “One By One” show on public access. They discussed, among other things, Greg Griffith, pancreatic cancer, the foundation’s mission, and how to have an impact on the community.
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
May 6, 2012
The Greg and Cathy Griffith Family Foundation and Dr. A. James Moser are pleased to announce the formation of the Alliance of Families Fighting Pancreatic Cancer( AFFPC), a grass-roots organization of foundations and families across the country that will unify to make strides toward beating pancreatic cancer. All organizations in the alliance maintain their autonomy, while sharing resources and ideas with the larger group. All those that have been affected by pancreatic cancer and want to fight to see a cure, whether official organizations or families, are welcome to join us in our fight. CONTINUE READING
March 14, 2012
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.
February 6, 2012
Does Heaven Have A Post Office? Letters To My Dearly Departed Mother was released today, and $1 from each copy sold will go to the foundation to help us FUND a cure. We’re very grateful to author Deneene Collins for her generosity!
The book also contains the article “Godwinks: A Story of Faith, Family, Community and Love” by Jen LoConte, which tells Greg Griffith’s story.
The book is described below:
“Does Heaven Have A Post Office? Letters To My Dearly Departed Mother is a book that has been scripted to help people deal with the loss of a loved one. CONTINUE READING