Cure Childhood Cancer

Donations in Memory

Donations have been made in memory of the following people from fiscal year 2013 to 2014:

Will Abernathy

Ashley Anderson

Lily Anderson

Clifford Andrews

Lola Andros

Gary Arneson

Ashley Averill

Lauren Bain

Remy Bamieh

Debi Banerjee

Michael S. Barksdale, Jr.

Alec Barnes

Jonah Barnett

Mickey Becherer

Barbara Beck

Jay Bennett

Lou Ann Bennett

Beverly Bentley

Brenton Beshers

Emily Biggerstaff

Regan Eva Boatner

Michelle Bone

William “Bill” Brewster

Taylor Brooks

Charlton Broughton

Macy Bulloch

Desma P. Cadenhead

Christopher Robert Paul Campbell

Creed Campbell

Duncan Campbell

Luke Campbell

Bryce Canfield

Christopher G. Canup

Lismarey Cepeda

Ed Chalmers

Patrick Chance

Gary Chapman

Joseph Chapman

Katie Cleveland

Sherry Howard Cleveland

Elizabeth Grace Cooke

Tyler Copley

Mary Joy Welch Covington

Liz Crowley

Steven A. Davidson

Steve Davol

Hilda De Lara

Emaleigh Gloria Devaney

Alex Dever

Gloria Dever

Collins Fitzgerald Dixon

Jimmy Dockett

Madi Douglas

Julianna Edel

Silas Edenfield

Chris Ehrnschwender

Charles F. Eisenhardt

Matthew Elliott

Brian Charles Ernst

Austin Fleetwood

Jared Forman

John P. Fricano

Erwin Friedman

Greg Gabryszewski

Brad Gambrell

Stephen Gee

Gina Gerety

Marco Giovinazzo

Bernice Gorenstein

Taylor Denise Gramling

Zachary Greene

Dick Griffin

Lauren Hammond

David Meyer Hanger

Rita Hanger

Ana Hardt

Zay Harris

Margaret Kristine Hart

Dr. E. Val Hastings

William Hatcher, Sr.

Samuel Lawton Haygood

Sarah and Fred Hedrick

Jeremiah Louis Herman

Jordan Hill

Elyse Hines

Keith Hix

Lucille Walter Hodges

Carolyn O’Connell Holmes

Christopher Houdek

Kristen Hovis

Chesley Howell

Jeanie Huenefeld

Don Huguenot

David Hylton

Clayton “Bucky” Ingram

Ricky James

Pamela Jett

George Wayne Johnson

Stella Janis Gibson Johnson

James Johnson, Jr.

Katie Jonis

Parker Kane

Mary Katenkamp

Mary Evelyn King

Mollie Carroll King

Mary Jo Kirkley

Jane Kohl

Pam Kownslar

Penny Kruse

Josh LaDue

Sophia Langford

Marie Layne

Maudie M. Layne

Gwendolynn Lester

Meredith Lewis

Scott Wade Lively

Andy Mancini

Kathy Marder

Carter Martin

Isaiah Martin

Jacob Grant Martin, Jr.

George Cobb Maurer

Joy Cobb Maurer

Emma Tedford May

Maria McClendon

Rebecca McClendon

Alison McCloud

Jessica McElveen

Luke McGuire

Hartley Ann McInerney

Mason Campbell McLeod

Joe McNeely

Madeline McTier

Deep Mehta

Barbara Miller

Clayton Miller

Darryl Miller

Shayla Miller

Terry Milling

Marie Mitchell

Anne and Alton Moncrief

Heather Moore

Robert Moore

Susan Owens Neal

Piper Needham

Lev Neely

Evan Robert Lee Nelms

Scott Noble

Kirsten Olander

Killian Owen

Irene Page

Sarah Elizabeth Parker

West Indy Parkhurst

Olivia Pauleon

Sara Pendergrass

Tommy Peterson

Stephanie Phillips

Gene Phillips, Sr.

Ross Pischke

Richard “Dick” Powers

Shelby Prescott

Kelli Lynne Prickett

KC Ptomey, Jr.

David Reynolds

Vernon Rickerson

Mya Rivers

Sam Robb

Caleb Alexander Roberts

Lisa Robison

Alexa Rohrbach

Anne Margaret Roush

Laura Ann Roush

Julius Sydney Rubel

Eleanor Rubin

Pierce Ruck

Gavin Rupp

Megan Ryan

Claire C. Sabo

Jack Sanders

Dana Scata

James C. Schneider

Billy Schonewitz

Jules Segerman

Herbert Shaw

Ellen and Steve Sheldon

Doris and Robert Sherard

Andrew Silverman

Eric Simms

Abigail Grace Smith

Averi Smith

Patsy & Sid Smith

Elaine C. Snyder

Patty Stearns

Laura Stewart

Monteen Stewart

Cameron Addison Street

Victor Ward Svetlay, Jr.

Rosemary Anne Swanson

Joseph Taggart

James Tar

Sarah Beth Tedford

Oreay R. Thompson

Hayley Thomson

Joshua Matthew Thornton

Sam Thrower

Hailey Ann Trainer

Darion Xavier Turman-Thorne

Ann Turner

Vickie Lynn Vaughan

Ric Vaughn

Paulina Vazquez

John P. Vota

Mae Hampton Watt

William Webb

Pat M. Weichold

Homer Douglas Wells

Brandon White

Catie Wilkins

Gary Allen Williams

Jackie Jones Wood

Sarah Woolf

Lauren Zagoria

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    GO GOLD THIS SEPTEMBER

    September is Childhood Cancer Awareness Month and there are many ways individuals, groups, companies, and schools can #GoGold4CURE. Click here to download flyers and posters, view fundraising ideas, and learn how to support some of CURE’s GOLD partners.

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    BELIEVE IN A CURE

    Your donation to CURE Childhood Cancer directly supports CURE’s $2.5 million commitment to research aimed at finding cures for the 20% of children who do not survive their battle with cancer. In addition, it supports CURE’s Patient & Family programs, meeting the critical and urgent needs of our families.