Fish City Grill – Sugar Land Texas – Gives Back To The Community

December 6, 2016 / chris johnson / media

  A special thank you to Randall and Donovan for hosting the Chris “CJ” Johnson Foundations Inc. as the charity of choice for December. We are so honored to have so many wonderful supporters to join us for the fundraiser on December 6th. As many of you know, Fish City Grill donated 15% of the […]

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4th Annual Keepin’ it Renal Run/Walk

December 5, 2016 / chris johnson / Events

5K FUN RUN / 3-MILE WALK Information WHEN: Saturday, March 25, 2017. Registration opens at 7:15 a.m. and race starts at 8:30 a.m. WHERE: Sugar Land Memorial Park – Large Pavilion, 15300 University Blvd., Sugar Land Texas 77479 The race will end at the Pavilion with refreshments. ENTRY FEE: $25/person for Early Bird Registration, $30/person […]

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Aniksha Patel

December 1, 2016 / chris johnson / media, Our Heroes

Aniksha Patel, 24, of Manchester, England passed away on December 1, 2016 after a hard fought battle against Renal Medullary Carcinoma (RMC). Aniksha’s journey touched the hearts of so many. In March 2013 she was diagnosed.  She went through many chemotherapy treatments and surgeries.  In February 2014 she wrote this:  “I think that more people […]

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Fish City Grill Sugar Land – December 6, 2016

November 20, 2016 / chris johnson / Events, media

  Please join us at Fish City Grill, located at 15980 City Walk, Sugar Land, Texas on December 6, 2016.  For three years in a row, they have hosted a fundraiser for the Chris CJ Johnson Foundation, Inc.  Fifteen percent of the total sales will be donated to the foundation.  The foundation will donate 100% […]

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Sixth Annual Christmas Toy Drive Starting Now through December 9, 2016

October 30, 2016 / chris johnson / Events, media

  The Chris “CJ” Johnson Foundation, Inc., is pleased to announce that we are once again partnering with Heart of the KidsSocial Services, Inc. (HKSS)  for their 6th Annual Christmas Toy Drive.  HKSS is a Christian based, non-profit corporation, which places children that have been neglected, abandoned and abused into loving foster homes.  These children, […]

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September 22, 2016 / devchris / Our Heroes

Conroy Gearpaul Smith was born in Jamaica to Roma Crockwell and Anthony Smith. He was the eldest of three siblings.  At the age of 5, Conroy and his family moved to Bermuda and in 2012 Conroy and his mother moved to Nottingham England to be near his sister Shaunelle. Conroy was diagnosed with Renal Medullary […]

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ACS CAN Leadership Summit & Lobby Day

September 11, 2016 / chris johnson / media

I, along with 610 volunteers attended the ACS CAN Leadership Summit & Lobby Day in Washington, D.C. on September 11-14, 2016. There was representation from 50 states. In 2016, cancer will kill 8.2 million people;  5 million of those will occur in low and middle income countries around the world.  The incidence of cancer is […]

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Matthew Pennington

September 5, 2016 / devchris / Our Heroes

Matthew went by many names. He was called Teo by his family and Penni by his friends. He was the second son of Marlene Costales Kravitz and E. Justin Pennington. He was born 24 Nov 1978 and died 19 Mar 2016. He was married to Marie Liu for a short 3 ½ years. Besides his […]

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August 22, 2016 / devchris / Our Heroes

Sandra Marie Prevost was born on February 29, 1968 to Joseph Earl Prevost and Della Marie Prevost, whom preceded her in death. Sandra was diagnosed with Renal Medullary Carcinoma in April of 2015 and was called to be with her heavenly father 11 months after diagnosis. She fought a courageous fight, always holding on to […]

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Chris Johnson

August 14, 2016 / devchris / Our Heroes

Chris S. Johnson was born in Houston Texas to Charles and Ritchie Johnson on November 18, 1972. Chris was diagnosed with RMC in June 2011 and loss his battle 15 months after diagnosis.  Chris received most of his care in Sugar Land at MD Anderson Cancer Center under the guidance of Drs. Tannir and Sarma. […]

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